I've been struggling for blogging ideas lately, and wondering if maybe I'm just not leading and interesting enough outer or inner life to even necessitate my own blog... I have passing thoughts about what I could write, but I either forget them or don't have enough to say that I think my readers will find interesting...
Then an idea came to me today... I've been going to try all the cool cafes and restaurants that are in abundance in Louisville, and I wish it could be my job to review them, but then I realized I could just do it here!
The first one I'll tell you about is THE MERIDIAN CAFE... which I went to for lunch today with Brady.
The cafe is on the corner of Meridian and Willis Avenues in St. Matthews, right near where Brady works... An upscale area of the city that is full of old homes, boutiques and shops, and lots of restaurants.. The Meridian Cafe is in a lovely old Louisville home turned into cafe.
This is the inside view...it's very tiny and I have a feeling it's always crowded for breakfast and lunch! We sat at the little table for 2 outside on the porch.
I had the IZZY’S ARTICHOKE panini (Baby spinach, Artichoke hearts, Roma tomato, feta & provolone cheeses on a ciabatta roll) and it was wonderful! It came with a pickle and what seemed to be homemade sweet potato chips that were also great.
with a side of their PASTA SALAD (Penne pasta, fresh veggies, in a basil balsamic vinaigrette with feta cheese) to share.
Aren't these cute salt and pepper shakers?
We both had the ice tea of the day: green tea with citrus and ginko... delish!
I would go back there in a heartbeat, there were TONS of things I wanted to order, and 80% of the menu is vegetarian friendly!
Check them out!
Keep posted for more cafe reviews to come.
Other place I've either been to or plan to go to and blog about:
Lyn's Paradise Cafe
North End Cafe
Toast on Market
Ramsi's Cafe on the World
Whole Foods Cafe
Paul's Produce Market
The Butterfly Garden Cafe
Cafe Lou Lou
Safier Mediterranian Deli
Stevens and Stevens Deli
Third Avenue Cafe
(FYI: these pictures were taked with my cell, that's why they're so yellowish!)
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