Thursday, April 22, 2021

Israel’s Delicias de Mexico Gourmet is relocating to Spring Street in downtown New Albany

Since Israel Landin's fortuitous arrival in New Albany in 2004 — first with his taqueria, later at La Rosita, and most recently helming Israel's Delicias de Mexico Gourmet — the chef merrily improvised on...

1816 Modern Kitchen & Drinks is open in Corydon

Corydon was Indiana's first state capitol (1816-1825), and for those of us who grew up in the area, the town always will be synonymous with the term "Old Capitol." Time marches on, and today, 203...

La Chasse Announces Kristina Dyer as New Executive Chef

La Chasse announced on their Facebook last night, June 12, that they have appointed Chef Kristina Dyer as their new Executive Chef. Chef Dyer was previously Chef De Cuisine at Butchertown Grocery and has...

3 new pizza joints join the fray

Is Louisville’s pizza jones insatiable? At what point is market saturation a problem? The latest issue of F&D records 59 named listings of pizza purveyors, which does not account for multiple locations of many...

Edibles & Potables: From liquor store architecture to the spit boy’s retirement

A few matters demanding attention last week. On October 23 a new Liquor Barn Express opened in the downtown building at Brook and Market that all tenured Louisvillians know as the place "where Mike Walsh...

A profile of Fernando Martinez — whose The Place Downstairs opens this week

Fernando Martinez has the golden touch with restaurants. Here’s why 2014 will be his biggest year yet. It’s December 2013, and Fernando Martinez is weeks away from opening two new restaurants: a taqueria in the...

Churchill Downs and Woodford Reserve with a day-long virtual “Kentucky Derby at Home” on...

COVID-19 may have pushed Kentucky Derby 146 to September 5, but Churchill Downs will pull out all the stops on Saturday, May 2 with a day-long virtual Kentucky Derby at Home party in keeping...

Chef Space is helping transform abandoned West Louisville homes into restaurant incubators

The rise of West Louisville dining was surveyed in Food & Dining Magazine's Spring 2018 issue. There is something happening in West Louisville that should interest foodies all over the city. In this issue of...

Indiana’s gradual on-premise restaurant reopening begins May 11

Kentucky's and Indiana's paths may have diverged as their governments begin to implement gradual measures to "reopen" state economies by relaxing coronavirus restrictions. This suggests a period during which restaurant regulatory regimes will differ...

Derby Dandies — Photo Essay

No Derby Week. No Dawn at the Downs. No Opening Night. No Thurby. No A Taste of Derby. No joining friends at restaurants for a drink and a bite. No Kentucky Oaks. No Kentucky Derby. Today,...