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The Fate of Bluegrass Burgers

by Mark R. » Mon Oct 15, 2018 4:09 pm

This article just appeared on business 1st regarding the sale of the Bluegrass Burgers property to Dan Borsch who is going to open it as another Burger Boy Diner.

https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/ ... j=84420241
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Re: The Fate of Bluegrass Burgers

by CrisBanaszynski » Mon Oct 15, 2018 7:41 pm

Mark R. wrote:This article just appeared on business 1st regarding the sale of the Bluegrass Burgers property to Dan Borsch who is going to open it as another Burger Boy Diner.

https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/ ... j=84420241


I work for Dan and Scott, Dan is very excited to get in the building and begin operating.
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Re: The Fate of Bluegrass Burgers

by Robin Garr » Tue Oct 16, 2018 8:04 am

CrisBanaszynski wrote:I work for Dan and Scott, Dan is very excited to get in the building and begin operating.

I can hardly wait! I think this is going to be a great fit in the neighborhood by both day and night.
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Re: The Fate of Bluegrass Burgers

by Steve Eslinger » Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:29 am

That’s cool. I’m a fan of both Burger Boy (try the corned beef hash) and Old Louisville Tavern (love the sliders). The two of them also seem like great guys. One of them almost always seems present and out front greeting customers. From overhearing their conversations with their employees, they also seem to be good people to work for.
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Re: The Fate of Bluegrass Burgers

by CrisBanaszynski » Wed Oct 17, 2018 2:28 pm

Steve Eslinger wrote:That’s cool. I’m a fan of both Burger Boy (try the corned beef hash) and Old Louisville Tavern (love the sliders). The two of them also seem like great guys. One of them almost always seems present and out front greeting customers. From overhearing their conversations with their employees, they also seem to be good people to work for.


They absolutey are great people to work for. They always do right by their people and they actually pay them enough to live on.

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CrisBanaszynski wrote:I work for Dan and Scott, Dan is very excited to get in the building and begin operating.

I can hardly wait! I think this is going to be a great fit in the neighborhood by both day and night.


I talked to Dan today, at first there won't be 24 hour service like the original location, but that doesn't mean it won't be on the horizon.
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Re: The Fate of Bluegrass Burgers

by Robin Garr » Wed Oct 17, 2018 2:31 pm

CrisBanaszynski wrote:I talked to Dan today, at first there won't be 24 hour service like the original location, but that doesn't mean it won't be on the horizon.

Got it! As a personal matter, it's very unlikely that I'll be there in the wee hours anyway. :) But I was thinking given its location just toward town from the St. Matthews strip, I'd think it would do a great business toward closing time.
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Re: The Fate of Bluegrass Burgers

by RonnieD » Wed Oct 17, 2018 9:40 pm

As someone who leaves work at 1am, I would welcome a 24 hour option in the area.
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