Taste of South Louisville at Churchill Downs

On Saturday, Aug. 20 from 6 - 8:30 p.m. the South Louisville Community Ministries will host the 7th annual Taste of South Louisville at Churchill Downs Millionaires Row. About 20 Louisville restaurants from the...

Renovated Hammerheads now re-opened

Hammerheads, the lovable little half-underground space on Swan St. that Adam Burress and Chase Murcerino made into one of the hottest dining spots in Germantown, has been closed for renovations for several weeks, but...

The Melting Pot has closed

Diners eager for the 70s retro experience of eating by dipping stuff in hot liquids at the table have lost their prime opportunity. The fondue-focused restaurant The Melting Pot has closed the Louisville outlet...

Louisville food scene again recognized by industry group

Louisville continues to get notice in “best” lists compiled by one promotional group or another. This time it is the World Food Travel Association that has named Louisville the top contender in the category...

Ed Lee’s “Mind of a Chef” nominated for Emmy, and a summer TV special...

Chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia and Milkwood is having a memorable year after stepping into the TV world. The PBS series "Mind of a Chef" season three, which featured Lee and Sweden’s Magnus...

Science Hill Inn Is officially closed

Science Hill Inn, the iconic Southern dining spot in Shelbyville, at 525 Washington St., has closed, due to the continuing illness of his chef and co-owner Ellen Gill McCarty.The Gill family has owned and...

The old Tumbleweed to be Doc’s Cantina

If the Louisville tradition that once a place is established in people’s minds, it is indelible (see: old Sears, the corner where Hasenour’s used to be, the old Y, Stewart’s, among others), it will...

(Audio Interview, Recipes) Seviche’s Anthony Lamas Speaks With Comedian, Foodie Mike Glazer

Comedian, writer Mike Glazer (HBO, Food Network, Funny or Die, BuzzFeed, FOX, truTV, FUSE,. High Times, Fullscreen, The Chive, CBS, UCB Theatre, and Second City Chicago ) won third place on America's Worst Cooks in...

“Bite This” features Louisville restaurants this Monday

Several weeks ago F&D  reported that a Cooking Channel TV show was filming in Louisville.  Monday, Sept. 1, those of you who watch such stuff can see the results on “Bite This,” hosted by...

New, new and more new: restaurants, bourbon and beer

These are the times that journalists simultaneously love and loathe: lots of news but almost too much to cover. Here's just a sample of what's going on currently in the Louisville restaurant scene. Edward Lee,...

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