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For a taste of Philadelphia in Louisville, Spinelli's is the place. They make big glorious pizza pies, they make big glorious hoagies, they're open late, and they deliver. And if you choose to eat there, they've got a Burt Reynolds mural on the wall. That's reason enough to visit right there, so it only helps that the atmosphere is warm, the food is hot, and the beer is cold. See website for complete menu and ordering details.
One of the most beloved little holes-in-the-wall within city limits, the Fish House/Cafe Beignet serves some of the best fish & chips in town. Not only do diners find breaded fish, oysters and other treats from the sea, but the New Orleans style Beignets are out-of-this-world. The prices are equally super, a definite treat while in the Germantown neighborhood.
This all night diner is appropriately popular among late night crowds, including those getting off the third shift and those leaving after last call. It is noted more for its ambiance (Indian decor, hookahs) than for its food (a mix of classic American and Indian cuisine) but there are several tasty dishes to be had, especially the samosas. The decor walks a fine line between kitschy and decrepit and the servers walk a fine line between aloof and rude. But any way you slice it, there is something here for everyone.
Indi's Fast Food Restaurant is one of the best fast food joints when you want to satisfy your hunger on the go. The place is simple and unpretentious but it serves delicious food at a fast pace and also has packed lunches for people in a hurry. Their fried chicken wings and nuggets are exceptionally tasty, making it popular with locals. Next time you're craving hot wings, add Indi's to your list. Fried to perfection, crisp on the outside and succulent inside, their wings are the stuff diets were meant to be abandoned for!