One would expect a historic restaurant, across the street from "My Old Kentucky Home" to be able to serve a good "Hot Brown" a true Kentucky classic, however this was not the case. While my wife's pasta was said to be good the Hot Brown I received was no more than two pieces of white bread with a thin slice of turkey, a ladle of melted cheese and then a cold tomato slice centered on top. Folks that is not a "Hot Brown" . Go and enjoy the service which was fie and the atmosphere which was nice for lunch but do not expect good "Kentucky" cooking.
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