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“What is truth?”

Since: Apr 09

Bardstown, KY

#1 May 22, 2009
This restaurant just opened up last week and I had the opportunity to eat there on the first day, it was totally unintentional. I just had a simple BLT and it had the perfect amount of meat and veggies, not to mention the veggies actually looked really good, not wilted and flavorless like a lot of places. They asked me if I wanted potato chips or potato salad with it, I took the chips because I dont like potato salad at all. I was expecting potato chips that you would buy from the store but I was pleasantly surprised, they were made fresh!! I have NEVER gotten that from any restaurant and because of that alone I am going to be a personal advertisement for Susie-Qs. My wife (toolaree) got a sausage biscuit and a stack of pancakes, oh btw did I mention it was around 3pm!! This means Huddle house isn't the only place that serves breakfast anytime of the day, yet another amazing addition to an already great experience.
When I was leaving I talked to one of the workers there about buying natural vegetables from local farmers and she said they are very interested in serving all natural and local vegetables!! Honestly this is exactly what Im looking for in a local restaurant and Im so thankful that they are finally open. I strongly encourage everyone to at least try eating there once, if not EVERY DAY!!

607 W Stephen foster is the address, I could be 1 or two numbers off but I know its very close to that address.
food fiend

Bardstown, KY

#2 May 22, 2009
i've never heard of the place, thanks for sharing.:) how were their prices? i love trying new restaurants, this one sounds like it would be worth my time.

“What is truth?”

Since: Apr 09

Bardstown, KY

#3 May 22, 2009
food fiend wrote:
i've never heard of the place, thanks for sharing.:) how were their prices? i love trying new restaurants, this one sounds like it would be worth my time.
I think for a sandwich, side, and drink it was $5. The sausage biscuits were $1, and 3 pancakes were around 2 or 3. In my opinion it was very reasonable. Also if you go in, mention that you read this post.
Donna Howe

United States

#4 May 22, 2009
The food is great and the prices are great too. I had a Ribeye steak sndwich and a wonderfull pasta salad, Cant wait to go back and try all the homemade deserts. And to tell everyone in Bardstown how geart my food was. Thanks Susie Q's
you have my vote.It just feels like home everyone is so nice.
yummy

United States

#5 May 23, 2009
ok, who owns it or runs it? I know it is by the whites country market or antique store. do they own it or operate it? I hope it does really good because some of the franchised places are not so good now. do they have kids food and what hours do they operate. tried to find a phone number and they gave me one and nobody answered at 6 pm yesterday it gave me a fax machine or something.
howdy

United States

#6 May 23, 2009
is it clean and have plenty of seating. are they open on weekends like Sunday. Will they have different menus. what about a phone number.
Mary

Bardstown, KY

#7 May 23, 2009
607 West Stephen Foster, next the Country Store. Open 6 am to 8am and open till 10 pm Friday and Saturday. Closed on Sunday for present time only. May stay open 7 days a week late on.
They also have my vote. The food is wonderful, and resonabably priced. You owe it to yourself to check it out. We even called our orders in and picked the up. Great Service!
Sassy

Chaplin, KY

#10 May 23, 2009
Is Susie Qs beside the old post office??
carol

United States

#11 May 23, 2009
it is located down the street from the new post office,on 62 west going towards the airport. or past thompson food mart. they now have a new sign out front. its on the left side cant miss its before the insurance office.
Lazy MLavariel

Bardstown, KY

#12 May 23, 2009
My family went to this place today, and it is great. We all had a sandwich, side, drink, and a dessert for about $7.50 each. I had their pork tenderloin sandwich with a cup of loaded potato soup and I was tempted to get seconds of it all. I had a piece of bread pudding with bourbon sauce and that was tasty too, all desserts made fresh by the owner. Right now, I was told there isn't a definitve menu which is why they don't have paper menus yet. They have slaw burgers, cheese burgers, chicken salad sandwiches, pork tendorloin sandwiches, club sandwiches, loaded potato soup, french fries, bourbon pecan pie, bread pudding, oatmeal cake, cheesecake, brownies, baby blue salad, greek salad, blt sandwich, chicken tenders, ribeye sandwich, 3 hotcakes for 1.99, and a breakfast menu which I didn't memorize because I don't really like breakfast.

The only cons about the place was service was a little slow, but thats probably because all of a sudden they had a nice rush of customers. They'll also have outdoor seating in the next coming weeks and hopefully a set menu people can take home with them.
Sassy

Chaplin, KY

#13 May 23, 2009
Wow, I didn't realize there were any restaurants on that end of town. But it sounds great, can't wait to try it!!
Country Girl

Barnesville, OH

#14 May 23, 2009
They say that is the forgotten side of town.
And the Stephen Foster restaurant is out there too.
Sassy wrote:
Wow, I didn't realize there were any restaurants on that end of town. But it sounds great, can't wait to try it!!
souondsgood

United States

#15 May 23, 2009
wow, that menu sounds wonderful and something different. wish they would stay open on Sunday. Most people after church are looking for a different type of menu. PLEASE if you know them, suggest they give it a try. I would love to try them out but Sunday is my only day off and cannot get there any other time. Sound wonderful. Heard the food was great.
food fiend

Bardstown, KY

#16 May 23, 2009
the prices sound great. i will mention the post when i go. thanks for sharing!^_^

“What is truth?”

Since: Apr 09

New Albany, IN

#17 May 24, 2009
Im so glad to hear that other people had just as good of an experience as i did. Thanks for sharing your opinions, now hopefully we can bring some more business to this new restaurant that just opened in such a bad economy, the owners took a big risk, lets show them we are thankful.
Sassy

Chaplin, KY

#18 May 24, 2009
I road by there just now after leaving church, just to see where it was. Yes, I think opening on sundays would be great for there sales. I think someone on here said they had just up a sign, I din't see it, but I saw the name in the window. Great ideal putting it on Topix Tabernathy, or else olot of people wouldn't know about about it. My sisters and I have a sisterday once a month where we go someplace and eat and catch up with each other (there are 5 of us and we seldom see each other) we usually go to Stephen Fosters or Mammys Kitchen. But you can bet next time we will try Susie Qs..
Lazy MLavariel

Bardstown, KY

#19 May 24, 2009
Church crowds are huge, and they currently only really seat 37 inside. Its small. They'll probably need to expand in the next couple months, lol.
Sassy

Chaplin, KY

#20 May 24, 2009
The outdoor seating should help with that. As long as it's not TOO hot out...
hopeful

Bardstown, KY

#21 May 24, 2009
Hope they will do good. If you have good food, good prices and good service you will make it, if not forget it.Looking for somewhere to go to eat today on Sunday. Wish they were open. Glad they are serving breakfast too.ooking forward to trying it. I work somewhere here in town where people are always asking for somewhere good to eat. Hope this will be a place I can refer them to.This is the number one complaint we here in Bardstown have, that we need more good places to eat other than fast foods.Good luck and I will be visiting them this week to check them out.Will let you know what I think of it.
liketo

United States

#22 May 24, 2009
hope they have good service because i heard alot of people are going to try it this week. make sure you do not run out of food. that is always a problem with little mom and pop cafes. or else, they try to rush and get mixed up. take your time. offer good food, good service and i would bet you will expand. the menu mentioned on here is unique and sounds great. do it. it will be worth it. do not over price yourself like the new one in bloomfield is doing and not cooking their food right.

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