At the new InKredible’s Burgers and Shakes in West Louisville, you’ll hear the phrase ‘order your fries, please’ nonstop. At the corner of Dixie Highway and W. Hill Street, this business is located between Algonquin and Park. hill district. It’s black-owned and family-run, and prides itself on its fresh, non-frozen burgers and top-notch customer service. ,” said co-owner Desi Hampton. “It’s all done by hand.” The family is so close-knit that the business is named after Hampton’s sister, her InKredible Kam, and the logo features her face. “I hope it grows into something special,” Hampton said, “but I wanted to start here in my neighborhood and bring something back to the community.” A lot had to happen, even though there were ups and downs.He was shot dead, known as “Ekoe” from the singer group Linkin Bridge. I’m happy about it, but it’s bittersweet, and I’ve worked so hard for this, so I’m trying to enjoy this moment, but it’s hard.” Tape cutting. Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg offered his condolences to Buckner’s sister during one of his first visits after his sworn in office. This helps prevent loss for others,” Greenberg said. said to be the ultimate goal. InKredible’s Burgers and Shakes is located at 1800 W. Hill Street. Monday through Saturday, he officially opens to the public on January 16th. Hours of operation are 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM. Details and menu can be found on his website here.
At the new InKredible’s Burgers and Shakes in West Louisville, you’ll hear ‘order fries with that shake’ nonstop.
At the corner of Dixie Highway and W. Hill Street, this business is located between the Algonquin and Park Hill neighborhoods. It’s black-owned and family-run, and prides itself on fresh, non-frozen burgers and top-notch customer service.
“I have two brothers and two sisters and they are all involved in everything,” says co-owner Desi Hampton. “It’s all hands-on decking.”
The family is so close-knit that the company is named after Hampton’s sister, Incredible Kam, and her face is used in the logo.
In addition to their perfect circle moment, they grew up less than a mile from the location of their first restaurant.
“Our hope is that it will grow into something special, but we wanted to start here and bring something to the region,” said Hampton. “I never imagined this, so a lot had to happen, with ups and downs.”
There was one unexpected down just two days before Hampton cut the ribbon for the grand opening.
His best friend, Jeremiah Buckner, also known as “Ekoe” of the singer group Linkin Bridge, was shot dead.
“He said he can’t wait until we open and you can try our burgers.” I’ve worked hard for this, so I’m trying to enjoy this moment, but it’s difficult.”
Buckner’s sense of loss was heightened during Thursday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Louisville mayor Craig Greenberg offered his condolences to Buckner’s sister in one of his first appearances after being sworn into office.
“The good news that the community is back and invested, and the leadership that Desi and others are showing to invest in communities like this, can prevent the loss of others,” Greenberg said. I hope you can.
An example of the tragedy that fuels their success, the owners say their ultimate goal is to have several locations across the Commonwealth.
“I think our burgers are the best in the state and in the country,” said Hampton.
InKredible’s Burgers and Shakes is located at 1800 W. Hill Street.
It will officially open on January 16th, Monday through Saturday.
Business hours are from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm
Details and menus can be found on the website here.