Game opens for dinner tonight. Launched by Hammerheads' co-owners, Adam Burress and Chase Mucerino, the Lexington Road spot will feature burgers "made with a variety of meats such as wild boar, ostrich, duck, venison, elk and others," Business First reported. Mucerino said that Game is just serving dinner now, but will open for lunch shortly.
Late yesterday afternoon, the owners and about a dozen other people were putting the finishing touches on the 2,200-square-foot former home of Cycler's Cafe before its soft opening for friends and family that evening. Burress said the renovations—including a new bar and walls covered with reclaimed barn wood—were largely performed by his retired father (which makes the fact that your retired father spends his days forwarding anti-Republican memes even more irksome).
·Why the Hammerheads Guys' New Restaurant's Name Changed from Grind House to Game [Eater Louisville]
·Game Fan page [Facebook]
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