All too often, happenings in the food and beverage world all come flooding in at once, and the last week or so has definitely delivered an earthquake of changes to our local community.
Louisville has a great selection of news outlets, and we’ve compiled great stories from some of them below for you.
Music venue Nirvana, 1047 Bardstown Rd, will start serving food today, according to this Louisville Insider article. Two Sullivan students are joining forces with SuperChefs owner Chef Darnell Ferguson to serve up “baskets,” sandwiches and other bar food like truffle fries.
Joe Huber’s Family Farm will be sold at auction, Huber’s Family Restaurant closing. The Courier Journal details the decision that lit up social media as Hoosiers and Louisvillians alike mourned the idea of losing their favorite spot for tastings and pickings.
Maker’s Mark Distillery is undergoing leadership changes, including luring Heaven Hill’s Master Distiller Denny Potter and promoting Vice President of Operations and Plant Manager Victoria MacRae-Samuels to senior director, global quality for Beam Suntory (making her the only female in such a role in the industry). You can read the rest of the leadership changes in this story by Business First.
Boujie Biscuits has opened at 1813 Frankfort Ave in the space formerly housing Cocoberry Pops at . Kevin Gibson relates all the sandwich biscuit need-to-know for Insider Louisville here.
The Logan Street Market has delayed their opening until 2019. The food market and community shopping center had hoped to open this fall. You can read all about it on Insider Louisville.