From Insider Louisville, 10/10/2017
In Louisville’s hyper-competitive dining scene, where new trends blended with Southern tradition seem to be a driving force, some places seem to sit still while time goes flying past.
Nothing drives this home like a visit to the Cottage Inn, the enduring little restaurant on Eastern Parkway that incredibly has been in business since 1929. It had been a good two decades since I’d been somehow, even though each time I drive by, I think, “I need to go back to the Cottage Inn.”
How is it that some restaurants can be forgotten? Is it because we simply expect them to be there forever, giving us an excuse to simply put it off a while longer? As if we’re going to be here forever? The Cottage Inn may well outlive us all, so we may as well enjoy it while we can.