Our B & B was around the corner at the north end of the historic district yet we felt compelled to drive there. Inside the restaurant is quite beautiful and is adorned with lots of fresh flowers. My wife loved the fried oysters Rockefeller appetizer. I had the house salad that was loaded with shallots leaving my mouth burning. I happen to like shallots but thought it was a little odd for a house salad. My wife had the Bourbon Chicken Saltimbocca which she enjoyed. I had the rack of lamb which was barely chewable. The server was both friendly and efficient. The piano player was a nice addition though he seemed to be on break more than he played. If I ever revisit Louisville and stayed nearby I would give it another try.
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