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Copper & Kings hosts gin festival

Brown liquors get their color from aging in wood, for years in most cases. That makes cash flow for a new distillery dicey, and the reason to distill and bottle clear spirits as well,...

Five Course French Comfort Food and Wine Thursday at Brasserie Provence

Winter and comfort food are old pals, and Brasserie Provence, 150 N Hurstbourne Parkway, is offering a cozy five-course wine dinner featuring French regional comfort food and wine on Thursday, February 1st at 6:30...

Eat your Bourbon with Chef Fernando Martinez

The interest in going beyond simply sipping bourbon continues to grow, and opportunities to learn more about using bourbon as a culinary ingredient proliferate. Saturday, May 31, at 11 a.m., Bourbon Barrel Foods, 1201 Story...

Awards season recognizes local restaurants and chefs

A variety of industry awards have recognized several chefs and restaurants around Kentucky. The most notable is the James Beard Awards, a massive list of potential honorees in a seemingly endless list of categories,...

Boy meets wort, boy and wort build breweries, and Louisville Beer Week is revived

Santa Rosa is a fabled destination for lovers of California wine; think Sonoma, Napa and all the hedonistic joys of vineyard crawling. Naturally when I visited there some years back, my first stop was...

Bottoms up! Get your tickets now for 8th-annual Fest of Ale on June 1

Twenty-five dollars is all it takes to get an advance ticket to Fest of Ale on June 1 at St. Anthony Catholic Church (320 N. Sherwood Ave., Clarksville). There is no better beer fest deal...

Allons, enfants de la patrie! There are a lot of choices for your...

Following hard on the heels of the Fourth of July is another Independence Day celebration, that of France, on July 14, or, as they say in Paris, le quatorze juilllet. Louisville restaurants know we...

Plenty of special dinners; all worth a look

The next week or so will see several restaurants offering special dinners, focused on Bourbon and wine. All will offer multi-course meals paired with alcoholic beverages. The menus will show off each chef’s talents...

The State of Louisville Brewing.

Resident beer expert Roger Baylor takes a look at how far our local brewing has come... The Kentucky Derby has taken place right here in Louisville every year since 1875. From 1979 through 1992, there...

Henry’s Place hosting five-course dinner with wines of Vineyard Brands

If you haven’t been to Henry’s Place (4864 Brownsboro Road) near Indian Hills, you're missing a real treat. The year old restaurant pays homage to pan-European cuisine rendered expertly by chef de cuisine, Charles Reed....