A friend and two locals all recommended Kurtz for lunch. It’s in a historic stone building on the south side of town, near My Old Kentucky Home. We were seated in the back in a darker, crowded area and each ordered a sandwich and another item from the lunch menu ($15). The cream of broccoli soup was very thick, rich. The sandwiches were served with kettle chips and dill pickle slices and were on a fresh, whole wheat bread. Nothing special about the bread or sandwiches, but they were tasty. The chocolate meringue pie (real meringue) was a good way to end a satisfying meal. We noticed there’s a brighter, cheerier dining area at the front of the restaurant. You might request the area that suits your mood.