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Fuji Japanese Steak Restaurant offers an extensive array of Japanese specialties from hand-rolled sushi to sizzling hibachi all under one roof. Opt for seating at the sushi bar and watch as the chefs prepare your meal in front of you. The modern interiors are simple and relaxed, ideal for a casual meal out with friends and family. Both traditional and fusion sushi dishes are served here from the spicy tuna to the deep-fried Damon roll and the Thanksgiving roll. For steak lovers, there is a wide variety of prime cuts and seafood offered too.
This Middletown American barbecue joint serves brilliant smoked treats slathered with owner Mark Erwin's signature sauces. Regulars at Mark’s Feed Store highly recommend the Salmon Burger with a side of sweet potatoes, brisket and chicken sandwiches, Honeywings and the BBQ Cheeseburger, among several others. This family-friendly restaurant also features combo platters for large groups, so you can make the most of your visit here. Whatever you do, don't forget to take a bite of some of the delicious Southern desserts, such as Banana Pudding, Buttermilk Crunch or Baked Sweet Potato with cinnamon butter.
This is a popular Italian restaurant that serves Italian delights in a comfortable setting. They serve a variety of Italian cuisines for lunch and dinner, and are open all day for snacks and drinks. They have plenty of options on the food menu and one can try a variety of pizza and pasta dishes. For the main course try the house favorite dishes like Constoletta di maiale(tender pork stuffed with cheese) Formaggio di capra( fried balls blended with cheese, honey and nuts) or a unique dish like the fried pickled vegetable for its tangy flavors. Meals can be accompanied with a variety of side dishes try their broccoli salad, cauliflower with Fontina fondue or raisins and cipollini. Pair you meals with the perfect wine or beer to enjoy a wonderful dining experience.
Humming with a festive, atmospheric buzz, Mike Linnig’s sits in a leafy locale dotted with old oak trees. The specialty is seafood of all kind, including the award-winning kind. Mike Linnig's is where most of Louisville turns up when they have a hankering for fish, frog-legs, pan-fried oysters, turtle soup and their simple yet famed green onion rings. Those who prefer the comfort and privacy of the indoors can dine at their intimate dining room near the Ohio River - however, the true beauty of dining at this iconic fish place is out on the expansive patio decorated with picnic tables and old-fashioned lamps. If you're with family, go large and order a quarter pound (113.39 grams) of peel and eat shrimp which is served with lemon wedges and sauce. Else, pick the simple yet delicious fish sandwich with good ol' coleslaw. Also try the catfish, clams, broiled fish and frog-legs. The restaurant is open only from late January to November (the Sunday before Thanksgiving).
Village Anchor Pub & Roost is a bistro pub offering traditional local food with a twist. Settled in the remarkable town of Anchorage, KY, this enchanting restaurant with its lovely patios, one with a dainty garden touch with plants and wrought iron table and chairs, a covered terrace and a cozy dual sided stone fireplace has been delighting the locals for some time now. The farm to table approach in the menu gives a lovely flavor to its satisfying food such as the Blackened Fish Tacos, Cobb Rollers, Spicy Beef or Chicken Kabobs, Sweet Potato Fries with Marshmallow Creme, fried Bologna sandwich, cast iron scallops, banana pudding and much more deliciousness. Their bar known as the Sea Hag is a treasure house of 62 craft beer, boutique wine and 55 various bourbon selections. Though the prices are a bit high, it is well worth it for its fab food, drinks and beautiful ambience. Truly a local gem.