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A November 2005 trip to Louisville by tsanford

Quote: My review is about a unique museum in Louisville, Kentucky: the Frazier Historical Arms Museum

Metro Deli & Catering Co.

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Restaurant | "Metro Deli"

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This is from a review I wrote for wheretogousa.comBreakfast is the most important meal of the day, and when you’re traveling, the hotels typically give you two options: a free spread of starch and sugar or overpriced ham and eggs delivered on fine china. In Louisville, Metro Deli and Catering offers a third option: an inexpensive gourmet breakfast that is fast, convenient, and delicious: fast because Metro Deli is after all a deli for pete’s sakes; convenient because they are located close enough to the convention center for a politician to hit it with a baseball; and delicious because Metro Deli offers fresh-baked goods, fluffy biscuits, and farm-fresh eggs, as well as healthy...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on November 17, 2005

Metro Deli & Catering Co.
400 W. Market St.
Louisville, Kentucky
502/585-4206

Frazier Historical Arms Museum

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Attraction

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This is an excerpt from a review I wrote for wheretogousa.com. Thought I'd share it. Pretty cool place and not what I expected. The Frazier Historical Arms Museum has a huge problem. Yes, you’ll traverse hundreds of years of history during your sojourn at this unique venue. And yes, you’ll witness magnificent sword fighting demonstrations, wonderful interpretations of historical figures and memorabilia beyond your imagination. However, to describe this Louisville, Kentucky, museum adequately, you would need to jam so many adjectives into the title—words such as "interactive," "theatrical," "high-tech," "exciting," and just "out-and-out cool"--that the marquee would surround the building. ...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on November 17, 2005

Frazier Historical Arms Museum
829 W. Main Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202-2619
866/886-7103