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Artesano Tapas Vino Y Mas opens today in Westport Village

The latest restaurant concept from Fernando Martinez, an upscale Spanish restaurant called Artesano Tapas Vino Y Mas, will open this evening in Westport Village, on Herr Ln., in the spot that briefly was AP...

Bourbon dinners abound in the next week

The Urban Bourbon Trail (the origins of which Carla Carleton discusses in the Winter 2015 issue of Food & Dining, Louisville Edition, now on the newsstands for pickup) has a few requirements for membership:...

Brazeiros opens in Fourth Street Live!

Brazeiros Churrascaria, the Brazilian grill house restaurant, has opened in Fourth Street Live.  It is serving its dramatic and entertaining style of wood-grilled meats, served on long skewers and sliced at the table by...

“Cheap Eats” visits 4 Louisville restaurants

The Cooking Channel’s “Cheap Eats” show, which visits less-expensive restaurants around the country to highlight their cuisine, will broadcast this Thursday, Jan. 26 at 10 p.m. the results of their recent visit to Louisville,...

Mid City Mall Dunkin Donuts closes

Without explanation, the Mid City Mall Dunkin’ Donuts has closed. The space at 1250 Bardstown Road now has a sign up advertising the space for lease (by Tasco properties), and their yelp page has...

Upcoming special dinners of note

For those knowing souls who keep a lookout for the delights of special dinners offered by local restaurants, a couple of notable such events are on the horizon. On tap in the coming weeks...

Along the Urban Bourbon Trail— Proof on Main

Since it first opened in 2006, the 21C Museum Hotel Louisville has twice been named the Top Hotel in the U.S. by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine. That is because it is...

3 Wine dinners on the horizon

In the coming weeks, diners will have three interesting choices–at Palermo Viejo, Varanese, and the Bristol Bar& Grille, Jeffersonville, Ind.–for special wine dinners, which have long been one of the best values for dining...

The Bourbon Review lauds 8 Louisville bars

The Bourbon Review, a Lexington-based publication whose coverage is easily deduced from its name, has surveyed the country region by region to determine the 60 top bourbon bars nationwide. Eight of them are in...

Continual changes roil the food scene

There’s always something to write about when you are writing about the local restaurant biz. Places close unexpectedly, new ones open, sometimes quickly, and sometimes only after long-wait even after the initial announcements. Long-time...

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