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Taco Punk on the hot seat, not where owner wants to be

Few people seek media attention less than Gabe Sowder, chef-owner of Taco Punk in NuLu. He’s an ordinary guy consumed with making high-quality food from all-natural and local ingredients. He’s not averse to talking to...

Ed Lee’s new restaurant opening

MilkWood, Ed Lee’s new restaurant, opening Feb. 8 at Actor’s Theater. Edward Lee, chef-owner of 610 Magnolia, will take his second shot at running a second restaurant when he opens MilkWood at Actors Theater Friday,...

Why Lynn’s Paradise Café disappeared in a flash

The story that won’t die. Since Lynn’s Paradise Café made headlines—first for its mandate that servers bring $100 to work to ensure assistants were tipped in cash, second for a server being fired for not...

Chef John Varanese named in Best Chefs America book

Chef John Varanese, of Varanese Restaurant, has been honored as one of the country’s top culinary talents in the premier edition of Best Chefs America. This is the first-ever industry peer review of U.S. chefs...

Pajama breakfasts no more

Lynn’s Paradise Café closes abruptly on Jan. 11 Insider Louisville: Lynn’s Paradise Café, one of Louisville’s most iconic restaurants, closed abruptly Friday night.Guests gathered for a recent New Year’s Day pajama party at Lynn’s Paradise...

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...

World Cafe potentially bringing restaurant to Whiskey Row

City goverment insiders are talking with a great deal of enthusiasm about a successful music/dining concept coming here from Philadelphia. We heard chatter about this concept more than a year ago as they looked at buildings...

Two Downtown Vint Locations now Heine Brothers

Effective Monday, two downtown Vint Coffee locations, located at 516 W. Main St.t and 462 S. 4th St., have been converted to Heine Brothers Coffee. Heine Brothers merged with Vint in the Fall of 2011....

Asiatique lands 4-star review from CJ

A sample from the four-star write-up given Asiatique by Courier-Journal critic Marty Rosen: "A few weeks ago, Asiatique unveiled a new seasonal menu — one full of startling pleasures that feed the eye and mind as...

Twelve Ales of Christmas beer tour begins

Buckhead Mountain Grill in Jeffersonville (707 W. Riverside Drive) is hosting a kick-off party for their 12 Ales of Christmas Beer Tour on Dec. 12 The event includes a special tapping of Stone’s 12.12.12 Vertical...

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