I lived in Louisville for 17 years, but there was a lot of stuff I missed.
I didn’t discover all the shops along Kentucky Derby until I was assigned to cover the event for the Lexington Herald-Leader two years ago. And I drove on Frankfort Avenue for the first time in February.until freshman year of college. I didn’t go to the
But the latest $10 Challenge made me hang my head in shame.
How could I spend the most formidable years of my life in Louisville, yet miss out on the greatness that is Mark’s Feed Store?
Sure, I had heard of Mark’s Feed Store. But for the longest time, I thought the business was a livestock supply company. So color me surprised when a friend told me about the great and inexpensive barbecue on which she feasted at Mark’s Feed Store. Those context clues were enough to inform me that:
- Mark’s Feed Store feeds people, not animals.
- The restaurant was ripe for a $10 Challenge.