USA Today: Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail makes list of ’10 amazing road trips’

OK, so we already knew this, but it’s always nice to see the out-of-towners acknowledge it: Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail landed on USA Today’s list of 10 amazing road trips. The story, which ran in late...

Carlton, Food & Dining writer, nabs 1st place in travel writers contest

Yep, we’re proud: One of our own feature writers, Carla Carlton, grabbed a first place honor in the Midwest Travel Writers Association’s 2013 Mark Twain Awards. Her feature, “NuLu Redux,” featured in our winter 2012...

Big honor: Louisville chosen to host James Beard Foundation Boot Camp

We know, the headline ain’t so sexy, but we’re sticking with the facts and hoping you read further—because this event is significant for li’l ol’ Louisville. Our fair city has been chosen to host the...

Zagat dubs Louisville one of 7 U.S. emerging restaurant towns

Zagat, whose guides to U.S. restaurants have long directed customers to good eats, has named Louisville one of seven up-and-coming food towns in the U.S. It’s a suitable honor to be sure. The other six...

List of Louisville restaurants featured on TV is growing.

News that Seviche will be featured on an upcoming Food Network show got us asking: What other Louisville restaurants have made it to the national small screen? And wouldn’t you know it, just as there’s...

Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail lands on National Geographic’s 10 Best Spring Trips for 2013.

So National Geographic has named the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tour a "Best Spring Trip" for 2013. Well, we’ll be darned—and darned proud. Seems the yellow-bordered magazine of our youths, the one packed with photographs of...

Food & Dining magazine wins multiple photography awards for 2012 work.

A series of images published in Food & Dining last year collected top honors last month in the 39th annual Louie Awards, an event produced by the American Advertising Federation’s Louisville Chapter. The photos were...

Sullivan Students compete in Culinary Olympics in Germany

Four student chefs from Louisville’s Sullivan University are headed for Erfut, Germany, on Friday, to compete in the World Culinary Olympics. Today they met with Mayor Greg Fischer, who wished the students a bon voyage,...

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