OLLIEBURGER LIVES !!!!!!

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2008/10/01 02:59:36 (permalink)

OLLIEBURGER LIVES !!!!!!

http://www.menupix.com/dc/menu.php?id=501251

Note: Address is on the menu.
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    mayor al
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    RE: OLLIEBURGER LIVES !!!!!! 2008/12/04 13:41:59 (permalink)
    There has been an 'original' Olliburger in downtown Louisville for as long as I can remember.

    Photo by Tom Jackson-
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    jcomento10
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    RE: OLLIEBURGER LIVES !!!!!! 2008/12/05 00:55:51 (permalink)
    Looking at that picture makes me hungry!!!!!!!

    Stuck in ATL. Wonder if I'll ever get to Loiusville. P.S. Hope the CLOSED sign in the window doesn't mean closed for good.
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    mayor al
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    RE: OLLIEBURGER LIVES !!!!!! 2008/12/05 09:20:28 (permalink)
    Nope, It is still in business. I don't remember what time of day or day of week it was that TJ took that photo.
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    The Bob55
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    RE: OLLIEBURGER LIVES !!!!!! 2008/12/11 11:12:42 (permalink)
    Regarding "Ollie's Trolley" and "Lums", the hamburger & fries actually goes back further! I went to Miami Beach High School in Florida from 1966-1969. There was a hole-in-the-wall place called "Ollie's" on 23rd Street I think where he served what you're eating -- only better! The fries were larger and served in a cereal-type bowl. He was a real character. These were the best burgers & fries I ever tasted. Interestly, around the corner on Collins Avenue was a Lum's. This may be how he came to sell his secret recipe to them.
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