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The Huckleberry Reviews
We went for lunch, have been back for breakfast and dinners. Great food, terrific servers. Cozy atmosphere, family friendly, kids welcomed! Will treat our out of town guests to many meals!
The Huckleberry gives consistently great food on every visit with the best value in town. The sauces are always skillfully prepared. Quiet nooks or a nice main room, the building is still a maze but it's cleaner and less crowded than it's previous incarnation. At last good food without that lead belly feeling you often get in Old Town Louisville restaurants.
The restaurant was recently bought out, remodelled and re-opened as the Huckleberry. Initial impressions of the new place are very positive.
Finally a place that I can go to get home cooked food great service and truly the coolest restaurant I've ever seen.
You MUST order a Huckleberry milkshake. Also, potato latkes are amazing.
by Julie P.
You've got to try the latkes. Amazing!
by Diana P.
If you're really hungry, get the breakfast burrito and add chorizo for the extra kick! For something a little lighter, try the veggie benedict.
by James C.
I lost my virginity here.
by Dan H.
Not that impressed with breakfast burrito. Monotone flavor.
by Bill S.
The mixed berry crepes are to die for.
by Alie W.
by Jesse L.
I Love LOVE Love their chicken pot pie! I've tried the salmon Benedict, and its good too... But the pot pie is the way to go. Homemade with a flakey crust. YUM.
by Leanne G.
The Chicken Pot Pie is incredible!
by Leanne G.
Had 1st time waitress, so everything was slow, it was her first day, no big deal. But we got burnt toast that came out with our check, No water, worst bloody mary I've had, and the food was unworthy.
by Aaron H.
Don't go on a Sunday - staff is frenzied, cocktails are terrible and they might commit the worst breakfast sin and bring you burnt toast.
by kiwi s.
Had to eat there every day on my trip: breakfast burrito with chorizo, black-n-blue burger (grass fed), buttermilk pancakes, biscuits and gravy... The Lady Grey tea on ice in the summer is fantastic.
by Mitch P.
The French Dip is AMAZING!
by Jason C.
Try the made fresh daily Rooibos Chai with honey and a splash of milk. Very close to Nirvana (the spiritual place, not the band.)
by David E.
One word: buscuits. Delicious!!
by Nicole S.
The pot pies are f-amazing!
by Samantha L.
There is an 81% chance you will end up doing the Hammer Dance during your visit here.
by Ef R.
Great brunch on Sundays, just get there before 9 or after 12-- it's pretty popular.
by Morgan B.
Breakfast til 3! Mmmm try the salmon scramble
by Gwynedd T.
Just paid $4 per sausage link. How good does this sausage have to be to warrant that price?
by John M.
Great pies and good chai. Stop off at the library around the corner after your meal to get some learnin' on.
by Brett G.
Love the outside patio.
by Hanna R.
Great breakfast on a weekday place. Not too crowded, same great food!
by Danyelle T.
Gotta have the warm Spinach & Artichoke dip. It's the best!
by Matt E.
Custom order poppyseed muffins with cream cheese frosting. Best cupcakes EVER.
by L M.
Burgers are awesome, truly a Louisville must try!
by Chris P.
Get the breakfast burrito with chorizo and a homemade chai.
by Christopher S.
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