Dan Borsch has collected a few Old Louisville restaurants, Tonnerville Deli, Old Louisville Pizza Company, The Old Louisville Tavern, and Burger Boy – an Old Louisville icon Dan purchased about a decade ago that has been open since the 1960s. Now, Borsch has spread his dining options to Crescent Hill where he has opened Burger Girl at 3334 Frankfort Avenue, which was once home to Bluegrass Burgers.

“Frankfort Ave is a great food corridor, and we wanted to expand,” said General Manager George Parker. “Dan’s done a great job in Old Louisville, so he was looking for other areas of town he could spread his concepts to. There are not really any 24/7 restaurants in this area, so being able to service people who are getting off service industry or hospital work or other late nighters is filling a void in this area.”

The Burger Boy and Burger Girl are classic American diners. The menu will be the same in the new restaurant, plus it will have some new additional items. Menu items include breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Everything on the robust menu is available during all open hours

The diner is currently open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Next week and the following will probably see 24 hours Thursday through Sunday. Then, in about five weeks, the hours will shift to a full 24-hour restaurant like Burger Boy. They are currently hiring, and anyone interested can contact General Manager George Parker at 502-709-5454 or by email at burgergirldiner@gmail.com