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Grind, the gourmet burger truck, is expanding its operations to include a restaurant location at 3311 Preston Hwy. If you recall, that was the former Oasis Sushi spot. According to The Courier-Journal, owners Liz and Jesse Huot want to open...
Ninety-nine percent of the time we edit the heck out of press releases to make them quicker and simpler to read, but because of this one’s honest urgency, we’ve decided to leave a good deal of it alone by...
We media hacks have days like all working stiffs: some are better than others. Yesterday, well, was WAY better than most others because the owners of Wild Rita’s gathered a bunch of us to experience the newly opened restaurant...
Six of Louisville’s top chefs will band together to create a multicourse dinner to raise funds for the Salvation Army’s Chefs for Hope program Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Big Springs Country Club. According to a news release, the...
Asia Institute-Crane House will celebrate the Year of the Horse at the annual Asian New Year Dinner and Auction on Feb. 22. This coming year’s event will bring together five emerging Asian and Asian American chefs under the direction of...
The liquor scene around here just keeps getting better by the day ... Given that brandy is considered a cold-weather warmer for humans’ shivering insides, it might have been favorable to report that Copper & Kings American Brandy will open...
StarChefs.com, an online magazine for culinary insiders, has announced its 2014 Kentucky-Tennessee Rising Stars Awards, honoring up-and-coming chefs and culinary professionals who represent the vanguard of the contemporary American dining scene. This is a big deal, peeps, especially for our...
There’s no shortage of Valentine’s Day specials at Louisville restaurants, but sometimes there’s a shortage of information about those events. So in hopes of making your dinner search a bit easier, we’ve cobbled together a small list of places you...
Breakfast options downtown are increasing rapidly, especially with the opening of Wild Eggs’ fourth Louisville location. But to support new restaurants serving breakfast downtown, Louisville diners might need a culture change that sees us eating our morning meals out more often. That...
For the first time Food & Wine invites the public to vote in the America’s Favorite Food Cities Survey. According to a news release, Louisville was chosen by Food &Wine’s editors as one of 40 contenders vying for the honor....