According to the article:
the English Grill in The Brown Hotel in Louisville has a romantic, wonderfully spacious setting ideal for the intimacy of a couple. With an AAA Four-Diamond award, the restaurant does indeed have the sophisticated, warm, wood-paneled, stained-glass charm of a Noël Coward salon, and a new chef from Montreal has crafted one of the most delectably festive menus in the city, with specials like a seared veal chop with garlic, local corn, sorghum syrup and a lick of Buffalo Trace bourbon. The coffee-rubbed venison loin with wild mushrooms and blackberries is absolutely irresistible.I don't know about you, but devouring a thick, gooey, hot, gut-busting Hot Brown doesn't exactly put me in the mood for L-O-V-E.
More like N-A-P.
But then again, I've never been to the English Grille. I'm always just so proud when Loueyville makes awards lists.