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As the digital editor's personal testament, this Food & Dining Magazine article by Carla Carlton resolved a longstanding quandary. During my earliest European travels during the 1980s, I'd see bottles of Four Roses straight Bourbon whiskey on the continent's...
Master distillers' decades-long experience lays foundation for Bourbon industry's future. Making good Bourbon takes a long time. So does making a master distiller. These artisans of alcohol must learn every aspect of the Bourbon business, and once they rise to...

Trail Blazer

By creating the Urban Bourbon Trail, the CVB's Stacey Yates helped put Bourbon tourism on the map. These days, Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail, a network of 34 establishments that promote and celebrate Bourbon by offering at least 50 brands, is...
Atlanta-based Concentrics Restaurants’ gorgeous rooftop concept signals national interest in Louisville Located atop the Hilton Garden Inn at Chestnut and Fourth streets, the striking dining spaces of 8Up offer several ways to enjoy a brand-new view of the city, from...
When he was just a 16-year-old serving tourists on the beach in his home city of Cannes, Guy Genoud knew that one day, he would open his own restaurant. He could envision every detail: It would be a warm and...
The late 19th century building that houses Bourbons Bistro in Clifton was most likely a tavern or roadhouse in its initial incarnation, owner Jason Brauner says. “It was one of the first buildings on Frankfort Avenue,” he said. “Just up the...
Anthony Lamas followed a girl to Kentucky from California in 1994. While that relationship didn’t last, Louisvillians have benefited from his marriage of Latin flavors and Southern ingredients ever since. After stints at several local dining institutions, Lamas and a partner...
As a female in a male-dominated field, Chef Coby Ming is used to being underestimated. In fact, she welcomes it. In the variety of places she worked before becoming head chef at Harvest, she says, “my goal was always to...
Tony Palombino is at it again. The dining-concept king who brought fish tacos and potato-topped pizza to Louisville is now serving up “ModMex” cuisine washed down with bourbon and tequila and followed by a chaser of live music in a...
St. Charles Exchange once again encourages guests to linger in Victorian-era building. TThrough their décor and menu offerings, many restaurants in Louisville transport you to another place, but St. Charles Exchange transports you to another time. Open just since Derby...