Friday, June 25, 2021

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...

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...

Middletown gets a Joella’s this June

The hot popularity of Joella’s Hot Chicken has convinced restaurateur Tony Palombino to convert his Boozbozz Pizza & Taphouse at 13401 Shelbyville Rd. in Middletown to his new restaurant concept. The second Louisville area...

MESA Will Pair Kids With Top Chefs at New Kids Cooking School

MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen will be opening a MESA Kids Cooking School this summer at 154 E. Main St. in New Albany, just around the corner from MESA’s current location. MESA Kids Cooking School will feature cooking...

Science Hill opens again – and adds a pub

We reported earlier that Science Hill Inn had closed due to an illness in the McCarty family that had run the restaurant. We are now happy to report that the renowned Shelbyville restaurant is...

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.”...

Korean BBQ cooking class at 610 Magnolia

Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.,. Edward Lee, owner and chef of 610 Magnolia, 610 W. Magnolia Ave., will teach a class in Korean barbecue, the food of his childhood growing up in Brooklyn. Among...

Somewhere Restaurant to join Nowhere Bar

Nowhere Bar, set back from the streetscape at 1133 Bardstown Rd., will soon be joined by a new restaurant that Nowhere owner will naturally be called Somewhere. The new restaurant and sports bar will...

Guy Fieri comes to Louisville with his Smokehouse

Guy Fieri, controversial Food TV personality, announced Tuesday morning that he will open a Guy Fieri’s Smokehouse at Fourth Street Live. The downtown venue will add another property to the TV showman’s portfolio, which...

Wine dinners fill up fast with food and wine cognoscenti

 With the popularity of special wine dinners around town by those in the know, who realize what a good value they are, how they showcase chefs’ originality and culinary scope, and how they introduce...