A Hot Brown sandwich is still a Louisville, Kentucky favorite and the signature dish of the Camberley Brown Hotel that dates back to the 1920’s as a dish invented to satisfy the appetites of late night supper club dancers. A visit to Louisville is not complete without tasting this wonderful sandwich. A Hot Brown Sandwich, sometimes know as a Kentucky Brown, is an open-faced turkey sandwich with turkey, bacon, pimientos, and a delicate Mornay sauce. The sandwich is placed under the broiler to melt the cheese. Kentucky is know for more than the Kentucky Derby, it is also famous for the classic Hot Brown Sandwich. It is said that the Camberley Brown hotel restaurant sells more than 800 of these delicious sandwich each week during the regular season. During the Kentucky Derby, held in May each year, that number increases to around 1,200 Hot Brown Sandwiches. Now that’s a lot of sandwiches!