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Feast BBQ

909 East Market Street Suite 100 Louisville, KY 40206

I’ve been to Feast BBQ in NuLu a lot recently so I thought I should post about how much I’m loving it! Head there for a casual date or dinner with a big group. Order at the counter and seat yourself. A sandwich with one side fills me up but the plate with two sides is also a great option. The pulled pork has been my favorite and you can’t go wrong with any of their sides! They have a great craft beer and cocktail selection, including vodka and bourbon slushies! Please note the following pictures were taken on various occasions and not all were my meals. I apologize for the picture quality of some.

Pulled pork sandwich with potato salad

Pulled pork sandwich with potato salad

Half rack of baby back pork ribs with mac & cheese and sweet potato fries

Beef brisket sandwich with potato salad

BBQ Salad

I still need to try their fried pickles, tacos, and sweet sides…next time!

Feast BBQ is open Tuesday-Thursday 11 am-12 am and Friday-Saturday 11 am-2 am; closed Sunday-Monday. Their New Albany location can be found at 116 West Main Street New Albany, IN 47150 and is open Tuesday-Thursday 11:30 am-9 pm, Friday 11:30 am-10 pm, and Saturday 5-10 pm; closed Sunday-Monday. Check out their menu here.

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Four Pegs

1053 Goss Avenue Louisville, Kentucky 40217

Chicken and waffles have been new to me since I moved to Louisville. I don’t know if it was moving a little South or if it was a food trend that exploded, but I like it! My favorite and most reasonably priced in town is the chicken and waffle sandwich at Four Pegs for $11. Lightly breaded and fried boneless chicken breasts (with a little kick) between 2 Belgium waffles with a buttery syrup sauce, need I say more? Oh, and they’re served with handcut fries which are the perfect level of crispy.

Chicken and Waffle Sandwich

Chicken and Waffle Sandwich

I haven’t had much else on their menu because I want the chicken and waffles each time I go but the rest of the menu looks tasty! On this visit, we shared the smoked salmon wontons dipped in a sweet and sour sauce. We love smoked salmon, cream cheese, and the usual crab rangoon, so we enjoyed them but they’re definitely interesting! The fried green tomatoes are not pictured from a previous visit but also recommended!

Smoked Salmon Wontons

Smoked Salmon Wontons

Throughout the week, they have $10 Tuesdays, $4 Pint and Game Night Wednesdays, Open Mic Night Thursdays, and Trivia Night Sundays. Check out their website for details!

Seat yourself, pick out a beer on draft or bottled from their chalkboard, and order at the bar! Four Pegs is open Tuesday- Sunday 11 am- 2 am but they stop serving food at 11 pm. Check out their food menu here.

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For Goodness Crepes

619 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204

I’m so excited that this cute little crepe shop opened in my neighborhood! I actually stopped in sometimes in January when it was freakishly warm for winter after a walk with my boyfriend (now, fiance!) and my parents. It makes for a fun place with bright colors, positive quotes and messages on their walls, and games and magnetic poetry at the tables.

For Goodness Crepes has savory, breakfast, dessert, and build-your-own crepe varieties, ranging in price $5.40-9.29. We were just trying them out, so we only got two but will have to go back to check out the other kinds. Elvis with a Kick is filled with bananas, sweet peanut butter sauce, caramel sauce-all of Elvis’ favorite flavors, as well as some of mine. But I think I liked Quite the Di’Lemon more, which was made with lemon cream cheese and blueberries or strawberries (we chose blueberries). Yum! I was going to take a picture of it opened but that just doesn’t photograph well.

For Goodness Crepes is open Tuesday-Friday 11 am-9 pm and Saturday-Sunday 8 am-9 pm. Check out their Facebook page, and then go check them out in person and and let me know which crepe is your favorite!

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