New Albany has a lot to offer the Louisville area. In terms of cuisine, Habana Blues is one restaurant you don't want to miss out on.
Decca, the latest addition to NuLu’s fast-growing restaurant scene, offers Bay City-influenced “California-Mediterranean” cuisine and an upper deck that’s a downtown treat.
Foodie Alert! Authentic Dim Sum and Cantonese cuisine found right here in town!
Drinking tea is known as one of the best benefits for a person’s body.
I tried the Elena Ruth sandwich at around 289 calories. And all I can say about that sandwich is that it was delectable. One of the best sandwiches I have eaten around Louisville.
Soon you will be made well aware of your nutritional intake at some Louisville restaurants.
There aren't any palm trees or island breezes in the Clifton neighborhood, but there is a tangible taste of the tropics on display at Cubana, whose decor and menu deliver a distinct Caribbean vibe.
Local artist Andy Cook's provocative work makes its showing at The Bodega at Felice. A must-see on this Friday's Trolley Hop.
Chef Michael Paley, known in Louisville for his hand in Proof on Main, will be opening a casual neighborhood restaurant in the NuLu neighborhood.
Austin's puts a little happy in an otherwise quiet Thanksgiving.
While it seems that these days the trend has shifted from clubby spots serving overpriced drinks and watered down entertainment, The Zeppelin Cafe flies under the weak sauce radar, and stays true to what is both good and great about neighborhood bars that still double as a cafe, serve a stiff drink, and provide that home away from home feeling.
Let's turn this eyesore into a place where we can eat (and drink)!