June 3, join Louisville Magazine 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Churchill Downs 4th floor balcony (700 Central Avenue) to celebrate the launch of its June 2011 issue.
Bourbon-lovers, you're in for a treat! Five new additions to Louisville's Urban Bourbon Trail are sure to add fun to any adventure.
The venue was packed full, and Kentucky Derby Jockeys Johnny Velazquez, Rosie Napravnik , and Julian Leparoux were all behind the bar slinging Woodford Reserve and French Manhattans.
Add an artistic flair to your Derby party with the Woodford Reserve and Early Times commemorative bottles.
Great service, amazing food, excellent service and perfect atmosphere.
The guys are also welcome to this event that will give guests a taste of Maker's Mark, chocolate and appetizers from Proof on Main Chef Michael Paley.
The James Beard Foundation has recognized Chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia and Julian P. Van Winkle III of Old Rip Van Winkle Distillery as among the best in the American food and drink industry.
For some, the most impressive number might be 60. That’s the count bartender Cindy Kebbell gives for the different brands of bourbon offered at the Old Seelbach Bar.
If the Jockey Silks Bourbon Bar, on the second floor of the Galt House’s Rivue Tower, looks like the kind of place where John Wayne would have been comfortable downing tequila, well, that’s because John Wayne did drink tequila here.
Four Roses Bourbon and Nanz & Kraft Florists will sponsor the fourth-annual Four Roses Flower Hour charity event Friday that gives shoppers a chance to buy last-minute Valentine's Day gifts and support Brightside.
70-year-old Oldham County resident, Maker's Mark president and CEO
Four Roses is celebrating its sponsorship of the 25th annual Bardstown Road Aglow with a bourbon cocktail competition. Restaurant and bar patrons choose the winner via e-mail and text.