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La Chasse Announces Kristina Dyer as New Executive Chef

La Chasse announced on their Facebook last night, June 12, that they have appointed Chef Kristina Dyer as their new Executive Chef. Chef Dyer was previously Chef De Cuisine at Butchertown Grocery and has...

Recent restaurant nostalgia

An outbreak of restaurant nostalgia seems to have broken out recently, if a couple of posts that sprang up on my news feeds recently is any indication. Various social media posts mooned over once-popular...

New restaurant serves Somali food

Imanka restaurant, newly opened in the International Mall on S. Eighth St., near York St., serves food drawn from the cuisine of Somalia, a new option for adventurous Louisville diners happy to see a...

3 new pizza joints join the fray

Is Louisville’s pizza jones insatiable? At what point is market saturation a problem? The latest issue of F&D records 59 named listings of pizza purveyors, which does not account for multiple locations of many...

At Caffe Classico, it’s time for some futbol

In the ten years that Caffe Classico, 2144 Frankfort Ave.,  has been in operation, it has never had TV screens anywhere on the premises, owner Tommy Mudd proudly said. But now he has rented...

Restaurants to watch out for

A good way to close out the first half of the year is to make note of the number of proposed restaurants that have been announced in recent weeks, new businesses that have expressed...

Chopped Viewing Party with Local Chef Madeleine Dee

MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen is hosting a special event tomorrow, June 5, where attendees can watch the 500th episode of Chopped with the first episode where Martha Stewart is a permanent judge. This episode...

Seviche’s holiday Dinner and a Movie

Seviche, - A Latin Restaurant, at 1535 Bardstown Rd, continues their Dinner and a Movie  series with the holiday favorite Home Alone on December 17 and 18 at  6 p.m. Dinner is $95 per person; it...

Brasserie Provence – Traditional southern French brasserie

When he was just a 16-year-old serving tourists on the beach in his home city of Cannes, Guy Genoud knew that one day, he would open his own restaurant. He could envision every detail: It...

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:...