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Old 07-17-2011, 08:43 PM
 
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I must say, good suggestion of Havana Rumba. When there tonight and was very pleased. My food was great, and I'm not an "eat all your food even if you're stuffed" type of person, so I had PLENTY to bring home. I enjoyed the atmosphere, the prices, and my inlaws thought it was great too.

We're off to a good start. OH, and last night we discovered the Homemade Icecream and Pie Kitchen, though I'm pretty sure all the locals abbreviate the name...best icecream EVER IMO. Where I'm from in Ohio, we have a place nearby known for their icecream, and it's good, but no comparison to our treat last night!
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Old 07-18-2011, 07:11 PM
 
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I must say, good suggestion of Havana Rumba. When there tonight and was very pleased. My food was great, and I'm not an "eat all your food even if you're stuffed" type of person, so I had PLENTY to bring home. I enjoyed the atmosphere, the prices, and my inlaws thought it was great too.

We're off to a good start. OH, and last night we discovered the Homemade Icecream and Pie Kitchen, though I'm pretty sure all the locals abbreviate the name...best icecream EVER IMO. Where I'm from in Ohio, we have a place nearby known for their icecream, and it's good, but no comparison to our treat last night!
Great. You sound like a foodie. Please join the free forum at LouisvilleHotBytes.com and you will not be let down. Introduce yourself in a new thread and people will welcome you quick I do recommend using the list I made to "introduce" you to other urban nabes. Drive down some of teh side streets around themto discover the beautiful archictecture and walkability of the city.
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Old 07-20-2011, 04:37 PM
 
Location: downtown phoenix
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I must say, good suggestion of Havana Rumba. When there tonight and was very pleased. My food was great, and I'm not an "eat all your food even if you're stuffed" type of person, so I had PLENTY to bring home. I enjoyed the atmosphere, the prices, and my inlaws thought it was great too.

We're off to a good start. OH, and last night we discovered the Homemade Icecream and Pie Kitchen, though I'm pretty sure all the locals abbreviate the name...best icecream EVER IMO. Where I'm from in Ohio, we have a place nearby known for their icecream, and it's good, but no comparison to our treat last night!
if you think the ice cream is good,(it is!) try any of their pies. amazing.
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Old 07-20-2011, 06:01 PM
 
Location: Charlotte/Mebane, NC and Suitland, MD
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We're off to a good start. OH, and last night we discovered the Homemade Icecream and Pie Kitchen, though I'm pretty sure all the locals abbreviate the name...best icecream EVER IMO. Where I'm from in Ohio, we have a place nearby known for their icecream, and it's good, but no comparison to our treat last night!
MMMmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!

Just looking at their website of all the food makes my sweet tooth scream. May be one of my first stops as an "official" Louisville resident.
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Old 07-20-2011, 10:16 PM
 
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MMMmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!

Just looking at their website of all the food makes my sweet tooth scream. May be one of my first stops as an "official" Louisville resident.
Yea, I'd say it's a must! We took my mom and sister there today. We split a cupcake and it was just as good as the icecream! Pie will be my next treat. I don't keep junk food at home, so whenever we get back there, I'll have to sample that!
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Old 07-23-2011, 06:57 AM
 
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Joes O.K. Bayou, best gumbo i have ever tasted!! great cajun cuisine.
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