Pat's Steakhouse

2437 Brownsboro Rd LouisvilleKY40206
Closed
Sunday
Closed
Monday
4:30pm-9:30pm
Tuesday
4:30pm-9:30pm
Wednesday
4:30pm-9:30pm
Thursday
4:30pm-9:30pm
Friday
4:30pm-10:30pm
Saturday
4:30pm-10:30pm
Payment Methods: Travelers Check, Check
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(103)
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Not Recommended 0
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Pat's Steak House can be found at Brownsboro Rd 2437. The following is offered: Steak Houses. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Louisville there are 31 other Steak Houses. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on July 02, 2015 from opendius

Editorial Reviews

Pat's Steak House Restaurant Review:
Pat’s Steak House is a Louisville tradition and a longtime local favorite. Décor in this traditionally styled wood-paneled restaurant, comprising a warren of cozy dining rooms, relies on framed racehorse photos and shamrock-accented porcelain reflecting owner Pat Francis’ Kentucky and Irish heritages. Manhattans arrive in heavy crystal cocktail glasses. Green-jacketed waiters bring sizzling...
by gayot on May 18, 2017 from gayot
Review: Pat's Steakhouse:
In 1958, a Calumet Farm colt named Tim Tam made a powerful stretch run to overtake the leader and win the Kentucky Derby on a muddy track, in a time of 2:05.Tim Tam was a stayer. He won the Preakness, and might have taken home the Triple Crown — except that he suffered a fracture during the Belmont and only managed to come in second (the injury ended his racing career, but afterward he sired...
by Marty Rosen on June 01, 2013 from metromix
The traditional prelude of salad and accompanying sides is alive and well at Pat's, where a steak dinner will cost you just about the same as the steak alone at other places. Since the salad is included, be sure to get either the…
by Citysearch on August 09, 2012 from Citysearch
The classic Louisville atmosphere is perfumed with the scent of burly tobacco smoke lingering like a ghost of restaurants past, and the sweet aroma of bourbon is a prominent note mingling with the mouthwatering smell of bacon-wrapped Prime filets. Meat maniacs should note the 32-ounce porterhouse T-bone. Dark wood walls, waiters in green jackets and a clientele that's often as happy to drink a...
by gayot on July 02, 2007 from gayot

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We're not the best because were the oldest. We're the oldest because we're still the best.
by Citysearch on August 23, 2017 from Citysearch