In a recent Food & Dining Magazine profile of Chad “Louvino” Coulter (Summer 2019; Vol. 64), our writer Susan Reigler closed with a hint of expansive foreshadowing with regard to Coulter’s Biscuit Belly project.

Coulter says that he has been able to grow their restaurant ventures and open in other cities thanks to their “extraordinary team.” And he does admit to feeling that he’d like to relax for a bit. Nonetheless, he says with his self-admitted entrepreneurial streak still going strong, “I can see expanding Biscuit Belly in other cities, but certainly more locations in Louisville.”

Coulter’s second concept debuted in May.

That concept is Biscuit Belly, a biscuit sandwich place that opened for breakfast and lunch in NuLu in May. Citing the “little biscuit shacks” he and his wife grew up with in Georgia and similar ventures such as Pine State Biscuits in Portland, Oregon, he thinks the fast-casual restaurant appeals to a wider clientele than LouVino.

Now it’s September, and Louisville Business First takes it from here.

NuLu restaurant planning two new locations — one is in St. Matthews
After a wildly successful debut in NuLu, Biscuit Belly is quickly expanding into other Louisville neighborhoods.
The popular, fast casual restaurant, owned by LouVino restaurateur Chad Coulter, is preparing to open its second location at The Vogue Center in St. Matthews — and a third, yet-to-be-disclosed location is in the works.