Taylorsville is a home rule-class city in Spencer County, Kentucky, United States. It is the county seat of Spencer County. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 1,009 and was estimated at 1,275 in 2009. It was incorporated in 1829.
Things to do in Taylorsville
4.5 based on 19 reviews
If you are looking for a large sit down meal...don't go here! Lynda's grill has 6 seats at the bar and two tables. There is no waitress, only Lynda and her helper. This is food she makes while you literally sit in her kitchen. The regulars still smoke at the table, so be aware.
The food is down home cooking. We enjoyed it, but there is NOTHING diet-y or healthy about it. Deep fried everything, lots of butter and southern twang.
Was a great experience and one of the only places in Taylorsville to get fresh cooked food!
2.5 based on 3 reviews
We have bought ice cream cakes several times for some celebrations, and they are great, and well prepared, but whenever we stop in just to get a nice cream, the service is very slow. There never seems to be enough people working to serve customers in a timely manner.
5 based on 24 reviews
The food is exceptionally good and the service is excellent. Local flair to the recipes, of course great Pizza; but the other menu items are also excellent. Clean, bright, friendly. You'll want to go back.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
This is my go to Mexican restaurant in Taylorsville. The staff is friendly and prompt with refills and food orders. Even during Cinco de Mayo, on a Friday night we were sat promptly and had great service. Which was a surprise to me since nearly every table was filled.
The food has always been tasty, the portion sizes to dollar make eating here a great value.
4 based on 13 reviews
Delicious food and service in your hometown for over 30 years! Featuring specialty pizza, homestyle pasta, salads and sandwiches. Casual, family-friendly dining.
We were on our way to Louisville, KY and wanted to get a good pizza. We found this place doing an internet search. It had pretty good reviews so we plugged it into maps and took off. It was a little hard to find, it is in a strip mall, in a corner in the back. When we walked in I was a little disappointed. The place looked a little run down. This place is a chain, not a local pizzeria. We decided to try it anyway. WOW. We were not disappointed. We split the "Hometown Pizza salad" which is a good salad with pepperoni and ham and various toppings. Then we ordered the artichoke chicken pizza, thin crust. We were very pleased. The pizza was very good but the restaurant is a little run down. Don't let that keep you from trying this pizza place!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
We eat at Snappy Tomato every time we're in Taylorsville. It's delicious pizza and even though we are picky orderers (half of the pizza with no cheese) they ALWAYS get it completely right. We've been thrilled with their service and food and will definitely keep returning.
3.5 based on 8 reviews
The Best Restaurant around for miles. We offer Steaks, burgers and wings made fresh, from scratch. Chef inspired Dishes Like the Loaded Sirloin Potato Bowl, truffle fries and smoked gouda mac and cheese bites are a real got to have. Not to mention the best fish you've ever had. Our food is fresh, made when you order. It doesn't come out of a freezer and won't ever meet a microwave. If you don't believe me, come and try it for your self.
Great new restaurant in the old Evonne's sport bar location with great food and wonderful entertainment.... visited last Saturday and Josh Logan and Olivia from the 2013 season of the Voice were there to entertain for the Grand Opening, great show and great food!!!!
3 based on 5 reviews
Hey, what can you say about McDonald's unless it's about great employees with a sterling attitude? :) The lady that cashiered us was so funny and friendly. She had me in stitches before I left. :) I will definitely stop here again when I pass through.
3 based on 2 reviews
This looks like a dump from the outside and the inside isn't a lot better, but the food is good. It appears to be a family-run restaurant--our waitress was about 12--but once you get past the decor, it's about the only place we saw in the area where you could sit down and dine. Taylorsville is obviously not known for its dining options.
2.5 based on 2 reviews
We weren't expecting anything above Dominos or Little Caesars, but holy crap that was the worst pizza ever. Our second attempt at Papa John's in the states. We didn't even finish it and the dog wouldnt eat it. I hate giving crappy reviews, as it effects the bottom line of someone's income, but stay away! Go to Snappy Tomato Pizza instead.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.