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$20 for $40 Worth of Contemporary American Cuisine
The menu includes veal chops with dark-truffle mornay sauce ($27), blackened sea scallops with linguine and sherry-cream-lobster sauce ($23), and bison burgers ($11).
Gary’s on Spring
Chef Harold Baker and his team transform classic American steak and seafood dishes with upscale, contemporary flourishes including rich provençal sauce, seasonal produce, and local cheeses. Their attention to detail led the Courier-Journal to hail the menu as "concise, well thought out—with consideration for local products—and tastefully executed." In addition to elegant entrees of New Zealand lamb loin, bison rib eye, and sea scallops, they assemble half-pound burgers and sandwiches to please more casually minded diners or those contractually obligated to consume a bun with each meal.
The restaurant resides in the old Spring Street Meeting House, but Leo Weekly notes that they've remodeled the 19th-century building into "a stylish dining room with exposed brick and mocha colored walls … [and] historic Louisville photos." Leather couches gather around the fireplace's hearth, and cream-colored tablecloths help accentuate the banquettes' matching stripes. Diners can also venture outdoors for al fresco dining and to the upstairs bar, where bartenders pour an extensive selection of whiskeys, vodkas, and cordials to supplement wines by the glass or bottle.
I had the Potato Encrusted Grouper at one of my trips, and it was the best grouper I've ever had!Shannon C. D., Urbanspoon, 2/25/12
The decor was lovely; very soothing and peaceful--sort of an "old" Louisville feel, while still seeming contemporary.Reviewer, OpenTable, 6/15/12
204 S Spring St.
Louisville, Kentucky 40206