Employee cut lemons at bar in public view and she touched them without wearing gloves.Makes you wonder what happens behind the door of the kitchen.
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Makers Mark gave us a card with some suggestions for eating on the way back from the tour; this was a good choice; the waitress was helpful and so friendly; our food was excellent; the PIE; oh my; the PIE. we had the butterscotch; HOLY...More
We stopped here on our way through to some of the distilleries. I always try food that is native to the area and something we can't get at home. I ordered the Kentucky Hot Brown and mac and cheese. I'm a WI girl and that...More
We stopped for a late lunch. The waitress was nice and we received our food hot and very quickly. The Bourbon burger was delicious, the pimento cheese is homemade and delicious. The Coconut pie was very good, but the BUTTERSCOTCH pie was the best we...More
Our waiter who is the owners son was funny and delightful. Nice menu options and reasonably priced. Large portions. We will be back.
We went to Mammy's because everyone we talked to said we "had" to try it. One member of my party tried to talk me out of it, but I persisted, and regretted my persistence. First of all, it's a barn, which some people find charming,...More
We ended up at Mammy's kitchen because we didn't really know where to go for dinner and we were staying at the Jailers Inn across the street. Both of us had burgers and they were good. The waitress was very friendly. Everyone in the bar...More
It's an expression. You can stop into Mammy's and sit at the bar and have a brew or get seated and have a meal (and a brew if you'd like). A nice stop in downtown Bardstown as you are walking about, sight-seeing or shopping. The...More