Another Place Sandwich Shop renovates and revives

Another Place Sandwich Shop, 119 S. Seventh St., one of the oldest continuing lunch spots in downtown Louisville, has undergone a much-needed renovation, undertaken by Brian Goodwin, son of the business’s late owner, Jim...

Strawberry Dinner at Varanese

When local strawberries are in season, it is advisable for anyone who is a fan of real local freshly-picked strawberries to eat as many as possible. Varanese, 2106 Frankfort Ave., is doing its part...

Epic Sammich, Z Bar have big plans

Zanzabar, the bar, restaurant and music venue at 2100 S. Preston St. plans to expand its space, and Epic Sammich Co.plans to open a second restaurant in Richmond, near the Eastern Kentucky University campus. Zanzabar owners,...

“A Tale of Five Courses” pops-up tonight

The first of a projected series of monthly "A Tale of Five Courses" pop-up dinners by Sullivan University executive chef James Moran will be tonight, Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 6:30 p.m., served in the...

Beat the summer doldrums with a cooking class or two

Louisville is abounding in cooking classes, of all sorts. Most are demonstration/observation classes, but others are participatory, and some, like the Date Night classes at Cooking at the Cottage (which fill up way ahead...

A good week for special dinners

Late summer seems to energize local chefs and stimulate their desire to stretch and try some new things, which they then put on menus for special dinners. This week you can try pairings of...

Bourbon & Beyond coming up this weekend

Fall is a time of festivals galore, many of them featuring booze or beer. We just finished the Kentucky Bourbon Festival in Bardstown, and this weekend, Sept. 23-24, at Champions Park, 2050 River Rd. you...

Himalayan Restaurant open now

In a rather quick turn-around, especially by restaurant-renovating standards, Himalayan Restaurant opened yesterday at 1578 Bardstown Rd., in the space that had been Brownie’s The Shed sports bar. Though the owner, Teknath Niraula, is...

Special dinners fill this week

A bountiful choice of special dinners pose hard choices for Louisville-area diners this week. A Bourbon dinner at a distillery? Italian food paired with sparkling wines? An ides of March dinner with small dishes...

Not a church restaurant – a restaurant in a church

Fredricks, a sit-down restaurant located in the Family Life Center of St. Stephen’s Church, 1508 W. Kentucky St., is now serving meals 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Fridays and 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sundays. The church’s pastor...