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COMINGS & GOINGS |
A summary of changes in the local restaurant scene — with openings, closings, moves and more.
PROFILE | Bourbons Bistro
Fifteen years ago, Bourbons Bistro was the inspiration for the Urban Bourbon Trail. But the history of Bourbon flows all through the Metro area. Roger Baylor traces that history and talks with founder Jason Brauner about this seminal restaurant.
PROFILE | Pizza Lupo
Max Balliet has been studying and reflecting on the art of Neapolitan pizza and Italian cuisine since he was a teen. He talked with Marty Rosen about how he keeps his balance on the bitter edge of flavor.
PROFILE | The Manhattan Project
It’s a family affair at this gastropub-sports bar. Erick Strnatka leads the way, but he has plenty of help – and advice! Michael L. Jones talks to him and his father Kevin about the challenges and joys.
BOURBON | Renaissance on Whiskey Row
What’s old is new again. The resurgence of Louisville’s Downtown Whiskey Row as a mandatory travel destination for Bourbon tourists has been a marvel. But it’s deeply rooted in the city’s history. Susan Reigler brings it all together.
EASY ENTERTAINING | Tailgating
Tim and Lori Laird brought together three chefs with vastly different backgrounds in a quest for new tailgating inspirations. Check out the results!
COOKING WITH RON| Apples — Feasts Falling From the Tree
When you bite into an apple, you’re tasting history, culture, and science. Ron Mikulak takes you deep into the lore and science of apples – and offers some great recipes.
HUMOR | Stupid Food Trends
Are you a foodie who is always on the lookout for the newest trends? So is resident food humorist Jay Forman. Sometimes he finds the good stuff. But not always…
DINING GUIDE |
Our comprehensive listing of over 1,400 area restaurants, complete with reviews.