Home RESTAURANTS

RESTAURANTS

All features, profiles news and updates on restaurants in and around Louisville Kentucky

Game on!

“Game” Restaurant is now open. The minds behind Hammerheads — Adam Burress and Chase Mucerino — have brought their creative talents to a new spot at 2295 Lexington Rd. (formerly Cyclers Café). “Game” is a...

Julie DeFriend named GM for 8UP

Julie DeFriend, who has had a long and varied career in several top area restaurants, has been named General Manager at 8UP Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen, the restaurant atop the Hilton Garden Inn at...

NuLu to celebrate spring with bock beer festival

Dating back to medieval Germany, bock beer, brewed to be slightly more alcoholic than traditional lagers, was a traditional marker of spring. It was started in the depths of winter, and aged for release...

TAJ adds to cool quotient in NuLu

Another cool old semi-derelict property on E. Market st. has been brought back from desuetude to become another component of the cool NuLu eating and drinking scene. What is now TAJ Louisville, at 807...

Tea Station adds full bar and begins to deliver

Tea Station Chinese Bistro, 9422 Norton Commons Blvd., now has a full bar, with weekday Happy Hour specials 4-7 p.m. Harried suburban parents will be happy to know that Tea Station also has started to...

Galt House invading Whiskey Row

Galt House owner/operator serves three shots of new business to Whiskey Row. Insider Louisville: Three new locally-owned restaurants will soon be filling out the rapidly-growing Whiskey Row on Main Street downtown. Al J. Schneider Company – owner/operator...

It’s starting to look a lot like Derby

Perhaps the cold weather will have retarded the blossoming of the  dogwoods enough so that that mystical concurrence, Derby and dogwoods in bloom, might actually happen this year. As we wait to see, Derby Festival...

Musical chairs for NuLu chefs

Coby Ming was the chef at Wiltshire on Market when it first opened, but she left to become head chef at Harvest Restaurant when it opened virtually next door. Now Ming is returning to...

Special dinners feature champagne, West Coast wines

Two more special wine-focused dinners from premier restaurants offer great value, off-the-regular-menu dinners and the chance to sample a range of interesting value-oriented wines, along with easy-to-swallow discussions of how the wines are made,...

National Geographic gives shout-out to Moonshine U.

National Geographic has a long reputation of hyperbole in headlining its stories, but hyperbole is part of marketing, right? And whether or not the wording is a bit exaggerated, it is always fun to...

RECENT POSTS