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About The Café

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Sal and Cindy Rubino with Bobby and Jamie Deen, hosts of Southern Fried Road Trip and sons of Paula Deen.
The Café is proof that, if a restaurant serves good food, people will go out of their way to find it. Located in Paristown Pointe in a repurposed warehouse, The Café is hidden under the railroad trestle off of East Broadway on Brent Street. Our patio features a beautiful garden complete with a natural waterfall and fishpond making it a destination for outdoor diners. Since opening its doors in 1996, this quaint, hospitality-driven restaurant never fails to wow its patrons with large portions, fresh ingredients, robust flavors, and a little something extra. The Café is an ideal location for a quick business meeting, lunch with friends and family, or even a quick solo meal.
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Sal and Cindy Rubino with Bobby and Jamie Deen, hosts of Southern Fried Road Trip and sons of Paula Deen.

With 40 plus years of service industry work under their belts, experienced restaurateurs Sal and Cindy Rubino have created a restaurant that allows for the food to speak for itself. Their extensive knowledge of what makes a successful restaurant boom is showcased time and time again at The Café. You will often find Sal making his rounds to tables making sure that their guests’ experience exceeds expectations.

Comforting, home-cooked, Southern-accented options will leave you wondering how we did it. In a city like Louisville, where restaurant choices are nearly endless, The Café sets itself apart with deceptive simplicity. Eat at The Café once, and you’ll be back again and again.
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