This restaurant was recommended by several sources and we were very pleased we chose to have dinner there. We were seated quickly and our server was very pleasant. The fried chicken was wonderful! Just like my grandmother made it. Everything was delicious, including the coconut cream pie!
I just love the atmosphere of this restaurant. You feel like you're back in the day. We had a great server , Anne. The food was delishious and the inexpensive. I wish I would have got more pictures to share. If your in town and your looking for an enjoyable place to dine, give Kurtz a try.
Kurtz’s, a family restaurant in the very historic city of Bardstown, Kentucky, sits across from Federal Hill, the plantation house known as My Old Kentucky Home and now a state park. If you’re in town for antiquing, crafting, Bourbon Trailing, golfing, etc., and want a delicious lunch, you really can’t go wrong at Kurtz’s. During a recent stop we were... 更多
We got there Sunday evening after they'd had a large weekend crowd but were warmly greeted, quickly seated, and treated to a freshly-cooked meal. They have a special slaw (vinegar based) that they are famous for, and for good reason. All meals come with beets, fried cornbread, and green beans. Our meals also included rolls. Mom had the special of... 更多
This historical family restaurant is right across the street from 'My Old Kentucky Home' State Park. It was time for lunch and my husband and I decided to stop here. (Actually, before we left on our weekend get-a-way, my brother suggested that we eat here if we had a chance.) At first, we thought it was going to be a
We stopped at Kurtz for lunch on a Saturday while on a tour bus on the Bourbon Trail. The lunch was included in the tour price so the menu was set. We were served the cole slaw, baked ham, red skin potatoes, baked apples with roles and skillet cornbread and desert. I thought the cole slaw was delicious. It was... 更多