You’ve put in a full week of work and now it’s finally Friday evening. You have a whole free weekend to do whatever you want in front of you and it’s time to celebrate.
Louisville is no stranger to good cuisine, but no other restaurant does it quite like Mercato Italiano. They bring all the There’s no better place to kick off the weekend.
If the shelved wall of wine doesn’t signal to you that you can indulge here, then maybe the beautiful wood U-shaped bar will. There’s plenty of natural lighting and the red chairs and lamps accent the white walls. The restaurant emits an urban industrial vibe with a warehouse-like ceiling, with soft lights attached to the pipes. Don’t want to sit inside? That’s perfectly fine here. Enjoy the weather in their beautiful outdoor dining area.
Their wide selection of Italian food is prepared fresh and decently priced. There’s something for everyone here, whether you want a snack at the bar or a sit-down dinner. They have traditional Italian appetizers. Crunch into their various Crostini options or savor the Goat Cheese Fritto. If you’re aiming for a bigger meal, their pasta dishes and panini sandwiches will satisfy the hungriest of customers. From ravioli to lasagna, you’ll find your favorite traditional Italian dish. Are you a carnivore? Choose from a NY Strip, pork chop, or chicken. The only trouble you’ll have at this restaurant will be picking the dish you want.
But what you must save room for dessert. Nothing beats a homemade treat, and Mercato Italiano has many that will transport you from Louisville to the heart of Italy. You can choose to enjoy cannoli, a large slice of Tiramisu, and many more.
The team at Thomas Law Offices is so happy to have this place, and it’s right next to the office at 10640 Meeting Street. We love coming here to put a happy, final note to the work week and start relaxing. Tad Thomas also makes it a tradition to come here every year during Christmastime.
And if you love the food, you can purchase items to take home at their market and deli. They sell meats, cheeses, sauces, and breads. What more could you ask for?
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