Take a trip to Dairy Queen in Louisville and make your next meal a good one.
The chefs at Dairy Queen know how to prepare tasty, gluten-free and low-fat meals.
Whether you have a group of five or a group of 20, Dairy Queen can seat both large and small groups.
No need to gussy up for a trip to Dairy Queen, where patrons dress for comfort and fun.
Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Dairy Queen's tasty dishes at your next party.
If you're driving, be sure to take advantage of the nearby lot.
Locals flock to Dairy Queen for a meal they know will be high quality and low price.
Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Dairy Queen since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Justin and Kristin Gilbert spent three years in Italy, visiting gelaterie in more than 20 cities to mine artisanal secrets before opening their own shop. In choreographed musical numbers, the duo handcraft dense, flavor-packed gelato in small batches using local milk and fresh fruit. From a repertoire of more than 100 recipes, Justin and Kristin curate 20 flavors at a time. Past and present flavors include poached-pear zinfandel, orange-ginger dairy-free sorbetto, and chocolate orange?one of Justin's favorites, according to a feature in Louisville Magazine. Delicate cr?pes conceal Nutella or lemon and sugar. The cozy shop also sends forth its mobile cart to cater office snack breaks, weddings with as many as 2000 guests, and Roman legions on the march.
Nicolette Spears used to think green tea tasted like bad, stale grass-clippings. So when she began studying the importance of brewing temperature, it was a revelation. ?Green tea is like a vegetable: if you burn the leaves, it tastes really bitter. That was sort of an eye-opener to me.?
Now, at Louisville Tea Company, Ms. Spears brews more than a hundred tea varieties according to strict standards, paying attention to each brew?s optimal brewing temperature, steep time, and leaf-to-water ratio. She also considers her tea?s origins: she sources Japanese green tea directly from a small tea farm in Japan, and the Kenyan Ajiri Tea employs Kenyan women and funds orphan education in West Kenya.
Additionally, Ms. Spears strives to educate newbies about tea. At the tasting bar, she brews fresh pots of the shop?s tea of the day. During the shop?s classes and tea tastings, tea experts delve not only into tea origins and flavors, but the positive effects on human health and boring water.
Treat yourself to a sugar rush at The Comfy Cow, a delightful ice cream shop sure to tickle your taste buds.
Dieters beware — The Comfy Cow does not offer low-fat cuisine.
Find ample room to enjoy yourself at The Comfy Cow — this spot caters to large groups.
Enjoy wifi here free of cost.
The Comfy Cow welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie.
A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the patrons at your next shindig.
For convenience, diners can park in a neighboring lot.
Prices at The Comfy Cow are a bargain (usually less than $15 for a meal), so you'll have plenty of cash left over to treat a friend (or two).
The Comfy Cow accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
Helmed by Connie Young and her two daughters, Lori and Kelly, Sisters Tea Parlor Boutique transports visitors to simpler times, when taking tea was a daily ritual. Before settling at tables for afternoon tea, guests are invited to visit the boutique's dress-up vanity area and don festive hats, wraps, costume jewelry, and gloves. Traditional tea service includes scones with tart lemon curd, tea sandwiches, and a sweets tray lined with decadent desserts?plus, of course, bottomless pots of loose-leaf tea.