On Saturday morning, after dropping my daughter off at Sacred Heart Academy to take the ACT test, I heard a whistling coming from my 2006 Toyota Tundra. I looked at the engine heat gauge; it was at the very top. My trusted truck with 120K miles was letting me down. But, that was last let down of the day. I limped into Pruitt’s Automotive, and Pee Wee immediately began diagnosing my problem. He asked Jeff, the weekend manager to take a look. The consensus was my thermostat was stuck in the closed position, so coolants were not flowing through the engine block. Jeff informed me they were booked solid for the day. And my heart sank! We were in Louisville from Evansville (120 miles away) for the day only; I would not be able to return home later in the day. Next thing I know, Jeff is saying, “But, I cannot not help an out of towner in a moment of need. We’ll get you worked in somehow.” Another mechanic (Jeff’s Dad) received the assignment to get me on the road as soon as possible. About 1 ½ hours after limping into Pruitt’s, and I was back on the road, just like new. Thanks to everyone for taking care of an out of towner, just like I was regular!!!
I've been going to Bearno's on Westport rd. ever since I was a little girl. I practically grew up there. I have NEVER had any problems with the establishment. They make delicious pizza and their employees are extremely personable. While the restaurant's decor may need a tiny bit of help in the modernization process, that's the only complaint I can even fathom when pressed for one. Keep in mind though that if you just want edible pizza, and fast, you might want to venture else where. Bearno's is more expensive than other pizza places. i.e: PapaJohns, and they always have a 45 minute delivery time. As for the previous review it's unfortunate that they seem to have had that experience. The restaurant does have an A rating though... I will not let that sway my previous, positive experiences with the restaurant however. It's simple, best pizza in Louisville: Bearno's.
I got in late to the Louisville area and ended up missing the chance to order a pizza from Wicks. However, the evening before I had to fly out the next morning, I called and for what ever reason I did not have the cash at the time the delivery driver would need to deliver the pizza, only my corporate card. The owner of Wicks delivered (!!) me the full up Wicks large pizza free (I tipped the driver the $15 bucks I had) and just said let the folks back home know how you liked it (it was thick, huge and wonderful!!!) Can't say enough about how great the experience was--totally enjoyed every mouthful--would and have highly recommended it to any of my coworkers knowing my reputation was on the line.