From Our Editors
As a family-owned-and-operated business, Mike Best’s prides itself on serving the Louisville community fresh, hand-cut meats as well as cooked foods and smokehouse items. Cold-cut deli sandwiches include the Braunschweiger ($3.25), ham salad ($4.25), hard salami ($4), and pimento cheese ($3.50), and can be sliced in half and paired with a cup of soup ($4.50). Specialty sandwiches offer a more tantalizing taste of options like the Reuben (specially grilled corned beef on rye with sauerkraut, Swiss, and Thousand Island or hot mustard, $6.25); barbecue wrap (mild or spicy pulled pork and homemade slaw in a flour tortilla, $5.25); and grilled ham and cheese on white, wheat, or rye ($5). For the indecisive, daily plate lunches ($8) are a solid bet, with options such as fried chicken with mashed potatoes and green beans (Thursday), and meatloaf with green beans and mac 'n' cheese (Monday). Mike Best’s also offers an assortment of handmade sausages, soups, and sides such as steamed cabbage and deviled eggs.