Best Breakfast Ever? Visit Wild Eggs in Louisville, Kentucky

Kalamity Katie’s Border Benedict

I first heard about Wild Eggs earlier this year from several friends and family who are residents in Louisville, Kentucky. Typically when a single person says something is “awesome”, you can’t help to have some sort of skepticism… but as I brought it up in conversation with each friend & family member, every single one of them ranted & raved about how good it was. By the time I got my 6th opinion, I …

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Respectable Pies at Michaelangelo’s Pizza in Nashville

Large Hawaiian & Delux Pizza

Pizza has always been a favorite of mine because it’s convenient, filling, and delicious. Typically I order it when I need something quick but I also opt for it when a restaurant is known for their delicious pies. While I often choose chain names such as Papa John’s and Domino’s for most of my orders, sometimes I look to other brands because sometimes you find a pie that beats theirs. Such examples are MAFIAoZA’s, …

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The Local Neighborhood Diner “Dalts Grill” Is A Pleasant Surprise

Reuben & Mashed Potatoes

Having recently moved to a new area of Nashville, one of the most difficult challenges is to find a good place to eat. While chains and/or fast food restaurants are always endlessly abundant no matter where you go, sometimes you just want to eat at a local restaurant. Even with the abundance of web-based reviews, it is still hard to make a decision and many times you find that the reviews themselves are either …

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Copper River Grill In Nicholasville Tries Hard, But Misses The Mark

14 oz. Ribeye

Last month I had the opportunity to dine at Copper River Grill, one of Nicholasville’s newest restaurants just off of Nicholasville (Lexington) Rd. I first noticed the construction for Copper River Grill late last winter and through my research, I learned that Copper River Grill was the name of restaurants originating in South Carolina.

Several years ago, founder Jimmy Rogers and CEO Dan Angell envisioned a restaurant reminiscent of an Alaskan mountain lodge serving …

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