Malone’s of Lexington Finally Fulfills My Steak Craving

Malone's - Palomar

Those of you who are regulars know that I’ve been craving a USDA Prime steak for some time now. My last visit to a steakhouse came close, but didn’t quite fit the bill. Despite having available options just down the road to Metro Nashville, I didn’t have the time to make those reservations. So when my next opportune time came, I instead decided to make a 228 mile trek to the home of my …

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Real Homestyle, Country Cooking at Kleer Vu

Outside the Building

When someone thinks of a word (or words) that characterize the Southern United States, they may think of the heat, the hospitality, sweet tea, BBQ or even rampant kudzu. However, the first thing I think of is good ‘ole country cookin’. Although I’m from a Korean family, I’ve had my fair share of country cooking through my mom (who learned a few recipes here & there), my friends’ parents, and meat and three restaurants …

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“Pfun Pfood” at The Pfunky Griddle

The Pfunky Griddle

Since I’ve moved to Nashville almost a year ago, most everyone knows that I’ve been trying to find new places to eat. So when Haley asked her friends about some good restaurants, The Pfunky Griddle was suggested to her by her friend Amy. (Which also reminds me: if you have a suggestion, let me know!) So on that note, I ended my feasting of fine food last weekend with a visit to The …

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Leisurely Stroll to Wallace Station

Building Front

On Saturday, I was fortunate to be able to experience something new with Haley’s family. We took a wonderful drive through some of Kentucky’s finest farms to the popular Wallace Station restaurant. Wallace Station is a small, popular diner that was made even more famous when Guy Fieri made a visit for his show “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives”. They feature 20-something hot or cold sandwiches, burgers, salads, soups, and desserts. On Monday nights, they …

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