Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Mark's Feed Store {Louisville}

**Disclosure: No compensation was received for this review. All opinions are 100% my own.

Before traveling, we like to research the haunts of Adam Richman and Anthony Bourdain. Both men have brought the world of food to homes all over. So, we have fun trying some of the places that they have introduced to us. So far, the pair has not led us astray.

After reading Adam Richman's travel guide on the Travel Channel for Louisville, we visited Mark's Feed Store. Now, every visit to Louisville is not complete without a stop at Mark's Feed Store. In fact, Mark's Feed often inspires us to make a trip to Louisville!

Mark's Feed Store is a simple restaurant with delicious barbecue. When you enter the restaurant, you immediately relax in its down-home atmosphere. The staff is always pleasant and ready to help you make a choice. Mark's Feed Store specializes in BBQ using 3 signature sauces. With a simple yet adequately-sized menu, you will easily find a BBQ meal to fit your tastes.



The meat at Mark's Feed is smoked. However, the meat is far from dry. While Mark's Feed dishes up sizable proportions, they do have a "Lite Meal" section that will help you choose something a little smaller. (Smaller may be key with good barbecue. Once the BBQ sauce goes on, I seem unable to have portion control!)

Here is a peak at Mark's finger-lickin' food:


I had the pulled chicken for my meal (above). This was one of the "lite" meals--the perfect proportion for me! My favorite BBQ sauce is the "hot" bbq sauce. Sweet and spicy! You can take a look at the sides below. I had a sweet potato and the cole slaw.



My husband had the pork sandwich with fries and beans. Look at the nice sized sandwich and sides!


Mark's Feed also has a nice sized kids menu. If you can muster room for dessert, I love the buttermilk pie. The prices are right and the food is good, so if you are in Louisville, Mark's Feed should be on your list.

The Mark's Feed Store that we frequent is at 1514 Bardstown Rd. in Louisville.

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