Saturday, September 25, 2021

Harvest hosting 4-course NABC beer dinner.

Hog and hops. There's hardly a better pairing that we know of. And leave it to Harvest and the New Albania Brewing Co. to figure out a way to marry them flavorfully at one dinner. On April...

Taste of Louisville benefits local charities

For the 42nd year, local Louisville restaurants and food and drink purveyors are banding together for A Taste of Louisville, a fund-raiser that will benefit  the local Kentucky Restaurant Association chapter, the Home of...

Mint Julep Tours Offers Southern Supper Series: “Love & Chocolate” Food Tour Friday

Take your Valentine on a chocolate-themed food tour of Louisville with Mint Julep Tours on Friday, February 9 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. This progressive dinner includes appetizers at hip new restaurant Red Herring,...

Chef Harold Baker meets Bobby Flay

But whether he beat Bobby Flay, we will have to wait to November to find out. Last Thursday, Harold Baker, Executive Chef at Gary’s on Spring, competed on the Food Network show “Beat Bobby Flay.”...

Green District, a salad restaurant, slated for St. Matthews

While chains specializing in salad lunches, such as Chop Shop Salads, have not fared well in the competitive restaurant market here, four local restaurateurs, Joey Mascaro, Jordan Doepke, Matt Petty and Chris Furlow are...

Asiatique lands 4-star review from CJ

A sample from the four-star write-up given Asiatique by Courier-Journal critic Marty Rosen: "A few weeks ago, Asiatique unveiled a new seasonal menu — one full of startling pleasures that feed the eye and mind as...

Dine out, then open presents

There is still time to celebrate the season at some local restaurants that are serving on Christmas Eve.  Asiatique, 610 Magnolia, Varanese are among the restaurants that will be serving just in time for...

The Old Stone Inn Closed in Simsponsville Saturday

The building housing the Old Stone Inn has been in Simsponville, Kentucky since the 1800’s. Some say 1790, but the local historian reportedly informed a restaurateur there that claiming that on the menus was...

Pajama breakfasts no more

Lynn’s Paradise Café closes abruptly on Jan. 11 Insider Louisville: Lynn’s Paradise Café, one of Louisville’s most iconic restaurants, closed abruptly Friday night.Guests gathered for a recent New Year’s Day pajama party at Lynn’s Paradise...

Weekend Concerts For Restaurant Flood Victims

As the water finally begins to recede, those who make their living along the Ohio River are just starting their long journey to recovery. The floods were unforgiving for numerous bars and restaurants that...