"It is possible to die from eating. But I think to be professional means you don't die." (Takeru Kobayashi)

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

KENTUCKY FRIED MEGA MUNCHING

Tomorrow morning I'm flying down to Louisville, Kentucky (the natives pronounce it "Loo-vul") to help a client at a trade show. I'll be there for three days and they're giving me $50 a day to spend on food, so I'm trying to find a few good restaurants where I can get a nice dinner on Thursday and Friday. I figure if I eat the complimentary continental breakfast at the hotel and grab something cheap and quick at the trade show, I'll have $45 left over dinner and drinks. If anyone is familiar with the area or has any suggestions, let me know.

12 Comments:

Anonymous liz said...

What about this place called Genny's?
http://louisville.citysearch.com/profile/4276323

It looks like it's known for their giant burgers and fried pickles. It's only one letter off from Denny's, so maybe that bodes well for the burgers!

11:03 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beau just finished your last sode

9:26 AM

 
Anonymous Your Fired said...

Dave, it's Kevin... Your boss at Pavone? Your $45.00 just turned into $5. You haven't checked in and you're on the verge of being fired. Bring recipts and meet me at the office on Sunday morning.

9:26 AM

 
Anonymous You're Fired said...

Btw, we booked you on the jet blue flight this morning. A man with vespa and a side car will pick you up to take you to the airport. You'll be flying cargo so wear a jacket.

9:31 AM

 
Blogger la beauheme said...

At this point you should probably spend your remaining stipend on Shaking the bushes for some lot lizards. Jawjacking won't save you now. mmm...sode

9:41 AM

 
Anonymous INVADER said...

Hey champ. You have to go to Genny's Diner. Their specialty is the Sweet Daddy Burger and the Hooter's there serves fried pickles. Yes, it is all phenomenal(sp). Good suggestion Liz. Be sure to check out Max & Erma's for dessert. It's a chain but they have AYCE ice cream bar for only 2.99! Oh yea, and if you are in a hurry, go to Moby Dick's for a quick bite. Trust me my friend- I only speak the truth.

10:01 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

max and erma's has good cookies too!!!

12:36 PM

 
Blogger Mega Munch said...

Damn, looks like I'm out of a job (and sode), so I'll be spending a lot more time in Loo-Vul.

My evenings were pretty busy in Kentucky (client dinners, etc), so I didn't have as much time off as I anticipated. The places we did go were great though. Definitely have to make it back for those giant burgers (Thanks Liz and Ian). I'm a sucker for any kind of burger and when you throw the word "giant" in there...forget about it.

11:26 PM

 
Blogger Carey said...

Ian- is there anywhere you haven't eaten?
Your fired- Jetblue kicks ass, at least it isn't Southwest
Dave- Welcome back, now post a new blog. Hehe. OK, definately need to plan the upcoming steakfest. I also need to get together with some master wing eaters for an instructional on eating them (the wings, bastards) Dave, does this sound like something you want to get in on?

8:25 AM

 
Blogger Mega Munch said...

When I prepared for my eventual title as the Kokomo Wing Eating Champion of Harrisburg (it's my only title, so I'm allowed to toot that horn whenever I can), I visited this site: http://www.cluckbucket.com/techniques/wingtechniques.htm

Lots of good tips there. Most are useful. Or you can a technique I call "Eating Real Fast".

7:49 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Invader how can you live in kentucky its boring as hell. The only thing that state is known for is the song by Elvis "blue moon of kentucky and they had a pro basketball team in the 1970's called the kentucky colonels . Aside from that you could not pay me to live there

11:48 PM

 
Anonymous Invader said...

Carey- I have eaten in more places than I can remember with all tpes of food. Why? Because it's great.

Annoy- I moved there my junior year of high school and then graduated from the University of Kentucky in Lexington. I now reside in DC Metro- Thank God for that. BUT KY is a scenic state with good people, great food and a safe place to raise a family. For someone my age, the food is the only thing I REALLY miss. Well that and maybe my parents! har har

2:41 PM

 

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