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As neither the Louisville Courier-Journal nor Metromix online reviews contained Marty Rosen's scores for his visit to Bardstown Road's Vietnamese sandwich restaurant Banh Mi Hero, let's just extrapolate one from his text:
LEO Weekly's Robin Garr calculated 90 points for Blackstone Grill, despite uncovering that "you might very well bump elbows with a well-known Louisville sports or media personality here but are less likely to encounter a visiting Hollywood celeb." So expect Scott, not Ryan, Reynolds at the Prospect, Ky. dinner-only spot. "There's a little something for just about everyone, and entrees come with two sides and warm, fresh dinner rolls like Mom used to make, or at least like mine did. There's char-grilled brown-sugar salmon ($23), bacon-wrapped sea scallops ($18 or $26), or walleye pike ($23) for the seafood lovers; the light fried chicken ($13/$17) or chicken scarborough, a cream-finished chicken and veggie stir-fry ($20), for the poultry-philes [Is that a reference to South Park's "Chickenlover" episode? – Ed.]; a stuffed portobello ($15) for vegetarians; chicken livers ($16) or calves' liver ($19) if you're feeling offal; and a variety of steaks." [LEO Weekly]
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[Photo: Courtesy Banh Mi Hero]