Review of O’Line Sports Grill in Louisville


I recently purchased a deal voucher for half off to try out the O’Line Sports Grill near Westport Rd. and Hurstbourne Pkwy. I like to try new places, especially those that claim to be family-friendly right there on their website.

We dined on a Wednesday night and it was pretty quiet.  Mainly, the patrons seemed to be the after-work crowd unwinding at the bar.  We sat in a booth and the wait staff was prompt – our waitress was very nice.  The place is simple.  Booths, tables, bar, several TVs and basic bar decor.  The kids selected their kids meals first. There are several to choose from – your normal fare of pizza, chicken tenders, mac n cheese etc.  The kids chose pizza with chips and mini corn dogs with fruit and the meals came with drinks.  Then, I browse the regular menu.  They have a long list of appetizers and burgers along with some sandwiches and salads.  I went with a burger and onion rings, the chipotle burger to be specific.

Our food arrived quickly.  The portions were just right. I was assuming, like most places, that I would get way too much food but that wasn’t the case.  The kids preferred the fried mini corn dogs over the pizza and both of them liked the homemade chips.  The fruit did not seem like it was cut up that day or maybe it was sitting in juice and it made it look less fresh.  My burger was good, nothing overwhelming but I did like the onion rings – big and crisp.  Good thing they didn’t load me up on those!

We all dined for under $20 with drinks. I actually had to order a salad to go in order to meet the $20 threshold to redeem my voucher because the food is moderately priced. With tip and my to-go salad, it was finally around $25.  If you are looking for a simple burger type place to enjoy a beer, watch a game with the family and eat your heart out in appetizers, this is a good option.  From my one-time experience, I don’t think you’ll leave thinking it’s the best food you’ve ever had but it was good, the waitress was attentive and everything was reasonably priced.


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