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This essay is written by Sara Havens, whose "The Bar Belle" column appears in Food & Dining Magazine's quarterly print editions. The essay is reprinted from Sara's web site with her permission (and the cover photo credit is Sara's,...
Stuffed or topped? No matter, because salbutes are delicious. As of June 22, the Mayan Cafe has reopened for dining inside; read the restaurant's moving letter to Louisville at the web site. The Mayan Cafe food truck also operates...
For more than two months the COVID-19 crisis completely upended the business models of numerous Louisville-area restaurants, impelling many operators to develop compensatory curbside carryout and delivery programs, virtually overnight. Often they found a steep learning curve ahead of them,...
A new restaurant group has formed and their first project will be 1816 Modern Kitchen and Drinks at 100 E Chestnut in Corydon  Co-owner Bobby Bass said it is just the first of several projects for Southern Hospitality, which...
Bringing History to Life The 200-year-old Old Stone Inn lives again   By Jessica Mathis | Photos By Dan Dry   Winter 2018 Print Issue  The stone building in Simpsonville has seen pioneers, early attacks from Native Americans, stagecoaches, slavery, presidents, students, and Civil...
MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen, 216 Pearl St, in New Albany recently launched two new programs at its high-end studio kitchen: an incubator program for start-up businesses and catering from MESA chefs.   The incubator program allows aspiring chefs and business...
Apron, Inc held its annual fundraiser "Taste of Independents" on Sunday at the beautiful Olmsted. As people wandered and enjoyed the band, silent auction and tasting of many bites and beverages, Apron, Inc announced this year's awardees, Paul Tuell...
If you want to see a national recreational area without leaving the state, head south west from Louisville to the Land Between the Lakes. However, not too far from there is a lovely resort worth visiting at Kentucky Dam...
MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen will be opening a MESA Kids Cooking School this summer at 154 E. Main St. in New Albany, just around the corner from MESA’s current location. MESA Kids Cooking School will feature cooking camps, classes and themed events...
Couvillion, Louisville’s new deep south restaurant in the former Finn’s building at the Germantown Lofts at 1318 McHenry St, is set to open April 16. The restaurant will be open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 4- 10 p.m.;...