USA Today names Clifton Pizza Kentucky’s best

USA Today’s College pages, which connects students with news, information about housing, jobs and study abroad, also apparently is concerned about college students’ nutritional needs. Thus, the paper’s survey of the best pizza in...

Buck’s celebrates  25th anniversary

During the 1980s, the roomy, elegant dining space on the ground level of The Mayflower apartment building at 425 W. Ormsby Ave. saw a rather rapid succession of restaurants come and go. The full...

Decca chef receives kudos; Dragon King’s Daughter food truck ready to roll

Two unrelated issues joined only by alphabetical proximity in my notes nonetheless deserve mention. A local chef has gained a modicum of national attention for her ambitious efforts in  her NuLu restaurant, and a...

James Beard Award Finalists announced

The James Beard Foundation has released their 2019 list of semifinalists for the James Beard Awards, and one Kentuckian has made the list.  While non of our state's fine chefs are on the list...

Local Chef Ed Lee news – new TV show, a pair of restaurants and more

There is a lot of Ed Lee news in recent weeks. Restaurateur Edward Lee, of 610 Magnolia and Milkwood renown locally, in addition to opening soon Whiskey Dry at Fourth St. Live!, is planning a...

AAA gives Louisville restaurants love with Diamond ratings

The Automobile Club of America – which every knows as AAA – has released its 2016 Diamond ratings, the way it distinguishes top restaurants, and five Louisville restaurants are among the top tier in...

Chik’n & Mi gets best new restaurant honors

Thrillist, everyone’s favorite online listicle source, has named Chik’n & Mi, 2319 Brownsboro Rd, Louisville’s best new restaurant. The Thrillist citation cites the trepidation that owners Jason McCollum and Aenith Sananikone-McCollum at first felt when...

It’s starting to look a lot like Derby

Perhaps the cold weather will have retarded the blossoming of the  dogwoods enough so that that mystical concurrence, Derby and dogwoods in bloom, might actually happen this year. As we wait to see, Derby Festival...

A Taste of Independents to benefit APRON

APRON Inc., a nonprofit that provides financial assistance to employees of local independent restaurants in need of help with emergency expenses, will benefit from a dinner Sunday, July 10, at The Olmsted. Dubbed “A...

Guy Genoud of Brasserie Provence named state’s top restaurateur

Last month the Kentucky Restaurant Association bestowed a variety of honors on owners and workers in the state’s restaurant industry. Among the most notable of the awards was the naming of Guy Genoud, owner...

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