When I come home to visit my family and friends I go to the Tavern to eat, have drinks, listen to music, and we have even paid to stay at the hotel. My friends and I were at the Tavern the night of Bourbon City Street Concert, downtown Bardstown, July 7. The bar manager, Angie Leake, does not know the meaning of customer service and constantly dishes out attitude for no reason. At one point she refuses to serve my friend a drink claiming she was too intoxicated which was not true. She then threatens to have me banned for life if the drink I was about to purchase was for my friend, which it was not. She continued to be rude and threatening and even tried to charge $7.00 for a drink that we had previously paid $6.00 for. After putting up with all of her attitude I finally told her what I thought and my friend and I were thrown out. We were escorted out and told to leave which we did with no struggle. When my friend and I tried to go back in the Tavern recently we were informed we are BANNED FOR LIFE. BANNED FOR LIFE??? For what???? You would think that we had tried to vandalize the place or start fights with patrons/employees. None of that happened, not even remotely close. I told a nasty attitude, bar manager/bartender what I thought of her and we get BANNED FOR LIFE? I did not even curse at her. To make matters worse they also BANNED my sister for life, even though she was not there, because we look alike and Angie could not tell us apart. I thought there must be some mistake so I called the Tavern and spoke with Jimbo, one of the owners. I did not get the response I expected to get from him. Instead of him listening to my side of the story and giving me the benefit of the doubt or at least be willing to investigate the matter he was extremely rude and defensive, almost threatening.
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This is a cute place with great food. I would definitely recommend it! The staff was extremely nice as well!
The ladies at Heaven Hill recommended Kurtz and glad they did! There is nothing fancy about this restaurant but we weren't looking for fancy, we were looking for good food! They are celebrating their 75th anniversary and offered a cup of their bean soup and cornbread for 75 cents. Couldn't beat the price for a great cup of soup along with the bread. We had the turkey plate and fried chicken for dinner and both were enjoyed. The server was very pleasant! Would go again if we were in Bardstown again! Already recommended it to a friend who will be in the area!