Not very tasty Food not very fresh tasted old for that matter and the price I got nipped Don't go there in evening
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Fantastic!!!! If you like fine dining and eat where Derby visitors eat Jack Fry's is the place for you.
Went to Jack Fry's as a special occasion. I always wonder about dress code at places like this--I wore a dress, husband wore dress pants and nice shirt. There were a couple people that had shorts on but that's all. Most had either dresses or...More
Some of the best food that you will ever eat. The Salmon is the best in town. The atmosphere is like a small New York restaurant. A little loud, but still worth it.
From the smooth bourbon, to the fine wine to the comfortable but upscale service, Jack Fry's is not to be missed. This is the place for southern sophisticated. I'm sure the business deals were closing all around us, while my colleague and I celebrated a...More
Lovely dining room of dark wood, candles, and black and white photos. Attentive high end service which is kind and knowledgeable if a little young. Cocktails are nice with a good spin on a manhattan. Good wine list with affordable choices by the glass, the...More
From the greeting we received when we arrived till we left, everything was wonderful. Our server Kerry was so nice and very knowledgeable. They make a good chocolate martini as well as a nice pour of my husband's glenlivit .Very nice wine list too. Our...More
We went on a Tuesday night at 6:00 and the resurant was packed. There were no openings until 8pm so we chose to eat at the bar. I have to say eating dinner at a bar was new to me but considering the quality of...More
Coming from New York City where we have every type of restaurant you can imagine, we specifically searched for what would be the unique-to-Louisville options. This is definitely one of them - the ambience, the food, the drinks, the service, the live music all blended...More
So you have to go here because it’s Jack Fry’s and been around forever. It’s an old time steak house with great service and good wine. It’s dimly lit and small. The food is solid and good. There are black and white old time photos...More