Thursday, September 23, 2021

New Storming Crab is Full of Flavor – and People

Saying the new Storming Crab opened at 1360 Veterans Pkwy in Clarksville to a warm reception would be an understatement. The anticipated Cajun seafood restaurant opened June 27 and maintained a packed house through the weekend. There...

Louisville Chefs Compete on Chopped: One with Duck Tongue

Louisville chefs have been popping up on Food Network’s competition show “Chopped,” which is a three round competition show in which chefs have to combine unusual ingredients into interesting dishes for a chance at...

Profile — Jared Matthews of Lou Lou Food + Drink, Equus and Diamonds

From Bartender to Restaurateur  Entrepreneur Jared Matthews has become St. Matthews’ most prominent restaurant owner.  (Originally published in the Summer 2019 issue of Food & Dining) Everywhere he’s worked, Jared Matthews has risen into management by caring...

Happy 4th of July, 2020

The staff of Food & Dining Magazine hope you all have a fun and fulfilling 4th of July holiday. Photo credit: 4th of July grilling tips at the official website of Weber.

National Geographic gives shout-out to Moonshine U.

National Geographic has a long reputation of hyperbole in headlining its stories, but hyperbole is part of marketing, right? And whether or not the wording is a bit exaggerated, it is always fun to...

Champagne and Steak at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse March 19

 Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is marking its 50th anniversary in the restaurant business with a series of special “Veuve Clicquot Champagne Dinners” at its outlets around the country. The Louisville restaurant at 6100 Dutchman’s Ln....

Upon the reopening of Sarino, here’s a profile of the Germantown Italian eatery

Sarino (1030 Goss Avenue in Germantown) has reopened for regular business hours.  Two years ago Michael L. Jones profiled Sarino. It's an excellent opportunity to get reacquainted with a relatively new eatery with longstanding family...

Chicken Salad Chick fast-casual restaurant coming to Jeffersonville Town Center

“Chicken salad has a certain glamour about it. Like the little black dress, it is chic and adaptable anywhere” -- Laurie Colwin, "Home Cooking"  The first Indiana franchise of the Alabama-based Chicken Salad Chick fast-casual...

New life for Louisville’s legendary Vernon Lanes

Over at Tourist Attractions and Parks (TAP) Magazine, writer Karen Appold surveys an overlooked source of sustenance: "How to Strike it Right with Food Offerings at Bowling Centers." "When people visit a bowling center," Appold...

“Louisville is the intersection of all America.”

This tweet yesterday caught my attention. Designing a “walkable” downtown primarily for suburban people to drive there and spend money is a recipe for failure. — David Wagoner (@dfwagoner) August 1, 2021 By extension, I'd add that...