Wednesday, April 1, 2020

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...

Restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner

If you have been reading the Thanksgiving food stories that have been appearing already, and sighing with resignation at the prospect of having to cook something spectacular, here is a list of the local...

Celebrate  Repeal Day at Varanese tonight

Marking the anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition has become an annual event around town, with many bars offering specials to commemorate the United States returning to its senses after a disastrous experiment of social...

“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,...

Nancy Shepherd, doyenne of Uptown Cafe & Cafe Metro, dies

Renowned local restaurateur Nancy Shepherd, who opened Café Metro in 1980 and the Uptown Café in 1985, died June 22 at the age of 69. Wheelchair-bound for many years, Shepherd continued to preside over...

New menus featured at Butchertown Grocery, LouVino

Butchertown Grocery, 1076 E. Washington St. introduced a new summer lunch menu recently, and LouVino, 1606 Bardstown Rd. has tweaked its evening offerings to suit the new season. Louvino is also on the verge...

The Melting Pot has closed

Diners eager for the 70s retro experience of eating by dipping stuff in hot liquids at the table have lost their prime opportunity. The fondue-focused restaurant The Melting Pot has closed the Louisville outlet...

Tart Tatin, facts and factoids

Every now and then, a particular dish or its recipe, for mysterious reasons, develops a certain mystique, or cachet, a history, usually opaque and disputed, that some regard as tasty as–or even tastier than–the...

Winston’s John Castro looking to win big at breakfast

John Castro, executive chef at Winston’s and culinary instructor at Sullivan University, has entered a contest, the Hometown Breakfast Battle, sponsored by Thomas’s English Muffins, hoping to beat out the 135 other chefs competing...

Science Hill Inn Is officially closed

Science Hill Inn, the iconic Southern dining spot in Shelbyville, at 525 Washington St., has closed, due to the continuing illness of his chef and co-owner Ellen Gill McCarty.The Gill family has owned and...