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Dining In The Highlands

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Dining In The Highlands

Jul 23, 2019

The Highlands neighborhood offers some of the most exciting and memorable dining options in all of Louisville. The stretch of Bardstown Road that begins at Broadway and Baxter and runs through to Taylorsville Road, is lined with various restaurants offering a wide variety of choices in cuisine as well as surroundings.

Al Fresco dining is a popular option throughout the area and always offers a fabulous opportunity for some
very interesting people watching. You’ll find everything from the neighborhood coffee shop to fine dining establishments featuring the finest cuisines.

Seviche’s Chef Anthony Lamas is regularly recognized as one of the city’s top chefs, having been featured on the Food Network, in Southern Living and Bon Appétit and a 2010/2011/2012 semi-finalist in the James Beard Foundation Awards for Best Chef: Southeast. Seviche’s seasonally-changing menu showcases the freshest seafood and local artisan ingredients. Seviche also offers a unique private dining area available for events and corporate gatherings. The restaurant proudly follows the guidelines of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program.

Over the years, Jack Fry’s has enjoyed national recognition while remaining a staple for Louisvillians. They have
been recognized by several publications including The New York Times, Bon Appetit, and Southern Living. Since 1998, they have received “Best of Louisville” awards from Louisville Magazine annually, including “Best Ambiance,”“Best Service,” and “Best Fine Dining.” Executive Chef Eric Shaw is well versed in classic French and Italian cuisine and creates dishes that continually carry the torch of Jack Fry’s rich legacy and reputation for excellence.

As one of the Highlands’ first upscale-casual restaurants, the Uptown Cafe continues to thrill diners for lunch
and dinner, with a stellar culinary experience in a relaxed atmosphere, just as it has for the past 20 years. Diners
from the burger lover to the discriminating epicurean will find something to satisfy their tastes. With the combination of their wonderfully diverse menu, created by executive chef Matt Weber, along with the impeccable wait staff, every patron is assured a memorable dining experience. And no meal is ever complete at the Uptown Cafe until you have had one of their renowned desserts that are made fresh daily.

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