The Winter 2023 issue of Food & Dining Magazine is now available in all the familiar places: Louisville area eateries and food shops, newsstands and online.
COMINGS & GOINGS: A summary of changes in the local restaurant scene — with openings, closings, changes and more.
DINING GUIDE: Our comprehensive list of Louisville eateries is a unique and essential tool for area diners.
MAPS (Restaurant Locator): Location is everything for diners and for restaurateurs — and our one-of-a-kind maps cover the entire Metro region.
PROFILE – Osteria Italian Seafood: Serial restaurateur Jared Matthews applies his energy and impeccable taste to Westport Village, focusing on the seafood and wines of Italy.
PROFILE – Haraz Coffee House: Historians may debate the ancient origins of coffee, but Yemen makes a strong case. History aside, right now Haraz is introducing an ancient tradition to modern tastes.
PROFILE – Kebab House: With only nine tables, this family-run eatery focuses on excellent execution of iconic dishes from the Middle East.
OFF THE EATEN PATH – Starving Artist Cafe: Our intrepid explorer of culinary byways discovers adventurous sandwiches and homemade soups in a café that channels the hippie vibe.
LETTERS FROM LELIA’S KITCHEN – Clam chowder (three ways): Nothing is more comforting than soup on a cold winter day, and the most comforting of soups is chowder. For your consideration, Lelia offers three variations.
BAR BELLE – What’s up with Gen Z bar patrons?: The Bar Belle looks at whether there’s an emerging alcohol generation gap.
COCKTAIL CONTESSA – Winter warmers: The romance of glistening nights and snow-covered landscapes summons up a thirst for seasonal cocktails, and our Cocktail Contessa offers suggestions.