The good folks at Wild Eggs are known for their off-the-charts entrée creations (just take a look at those Strawberry Tall Cakes), so the Hot Brown is a natural fit for the menu. This one comes in breakfast form, and is dubbed the Kelsey "KY" Brown: all of the traditional trappings are on hand, and enhanced by the addition of a perfectly fried egg on top. It's a delicious, albeit indulgent, way to begin your day.
The BBC’s menu has all the typical brewpub eats (think: pretzels with beer cheese and loaded nachos) and then some. Therefore, the Hot Brown made for a fitting match for the ever-rotating house-made beers offered on tap. This one is tastefully traditional, with some cheddar jack cheese melted over the top, lending a spicy kick to this rich dish.
Given that Bristol is a Louisville classic, it’s no shock that its menu would boast a Hot Brown worth cheating on your diet. Slices of French bread serve as the foundation for this open-faced sandwich of sorts, while roast turkey, crisp bacon, and tomato swim in a sea of house Mornay sauce and plenty of cheddar cheese. We prefer to enjoy our Bristol Hot Brown at the original Highlands location, particularly if a seat on the patio is free!