Eating out eliminates the need to clean up the mixed martial arts mud pits most families rely on to determine who does the dishes. Enjoy a mess-free meal with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get $14 worth of brunch, lunch, and drinks at Dish on Market.
Dish on Market serves up a hearty, eclectic take on contemporary American brunch, lunch, and happy hour sippers. Early birds can dispel general grog from headspaces with feasts such as the market breakfast with three eggs, sausage or bacon, potato hash, and a biscuit ($4.75) or marinated flank steak and eggs ($6.25). The pineapple-laced jerk chicken sandwich ($6.75) and plantatarian-friendly spicy black bean burger ($6.25), both served with fries, appease midday meal-goers. Dish's selection of beers, glasses of house wine ($4), and well drinks ($3) help ready mouths for spur-of-the-moment auctioneering stints or the regenerative hum of communal conversation. Visitors can settle into the eatery's cozy environs with homey brick walls, rows of pendant lamps, and multiple flat-screen TVs to catch a basketball game or ESPN’s yearly attempt to re-popularize contact backgammon.
Dish on Market has been featured in the The Courier-Journal.
- what they've done at Dish is create a pragmatic version of those old reliable restaurants, added some notes well-suited to contemporary tastes, kept the menu simple and efficient and held prices at a level that's pretty darned cheap in a downtown context. – Marty Rosen, The Courier-Journal
Dish on Market
Famous for their burgers, Dish on Market's chefs hand-form perfectly seasoned patties throughout the day, loaded with top-shelf fixings that include applewood-smoked bacon, housemade bourbon-barbecue sauce, and fried eggs. While the menu recommends trying the sweet-potato fries as an accompaniment to any of their burgers, they also offer a special option for those that would rather sip their side than eat it: the Bourbon and A Burger. This dish pairs a juicy cheeseburger with a shot of any of Dish on Market's bourbons priced under $6.
The rest of the enormous menu is available in the morning and afternoon, with classics such as veggie omelets and bread-pudding french toast. But the star of the breakfast menu is the Presidential Breakfast, described by the Smithsonian as an "ode to Harry Truman," a man of routine who ate this very breakfast every single day. The plate comes with everything one might need to start their day off right: an egg, toast, bacon, milk, a shot of Old Grand Dad whiskey, and the presidential nomination.