Dish On Market

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434 W Market St (5th Street)
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 315-0669
$ $
Mon–Thu: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 8:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 8:00 AM–8:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • They specialize in the "Bourbon & a Burger" combo for $10. Get it, and then get your Urban Bourbon Trail passport stamped.
  • Had been looking forward to visiting for a while & found it completely underwhelming. Maybe I ordered the wrong thing, Taco Salad, but downright disappointing. Odd atmosphere too.
  • Come on Saturday's for city lights. DJ'd dance party
  • The Louisville Visitors Center at 4th & Jefferson Streets is offering discounts for University of Louisville basketball fans. On game day bring in your tix to save 25%. Open M-S 10A-5P & Sun. noon-5P.
  • The Elena Ruth is delicious!!!
  • Something fishy about the salmon hash
  • Mushy hash; sloppy, slimy eggs; gnarly mens room; terrible music; and a waitress who looks at you like you're from Mars. Sweet bartender, though. Pass.
  • Use your City Saver coupons and receive two offers for a free menu item when a second menuitemof equal or greater value is purchased (up to $8.25 value).
  • Excellent Benedict's. Lots to choose from. Wow
  • Huevos rancheros with scrambled eggs. You won't regret it!
  • They're open for breakfast, lunch and happy hour with a small but reasonably priced menu.
  • We were here for breakfast, it was decent: not great. Prices were a little high for what they served. There's better breakfast around for lower pricing. Staff was great though.
  • Great selection of bourbons! Ask Marshal for his favorite!
  • Fried chicken, Derby pie
  • The bread pudding French toast is always my favorite here.
  • Awesome place
  • We came for the Easter Brunch--it was delicious. Service was fast.
  • OMG- the fried chicken is amazing and the crust literally melts in your mouth!! We love this place!!
  • Kentucky fritters were cold in middle. Weird atmosphere and decor. Not impressed with food. Service was ok.
  • Market Breakfast: two eggs, sausage, cheese grits and a biscuit. Mmmmmm

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