November 4, 2011 - 9:54am
Presenting a gathering of food-loving individuals out to explore our city's culinary scene.
It is no secret that Louisville is a haven for foodies. Our restaurant scene thrives, and diners can easily find establishments serving just about any kind of food one can imagine. It is only natural, then, that on the increasingly-popular meetup.com we should see groups springing up to attract...
October 13, 2011 - 9:31am
Come partake in a four-course brunch to explore the relationship between food and sparkling wine.
As a bartender, I will admit to some pretension when it comes to the world of drink: a martini means gin, not vodka, you do not put top-shelf bourbon into Coke, and that bottle of California Korbel Brut is not Champagne. There is a whole world of sparkling wines that here in our country,...
July 29, 2011 - 10:20am
If you haven't already heard, there's been a recent outcry by many to adopt the, 'No Kids Allowed' movement. What that means is that establishments will have the ability to ban kids. What do you think?
If you haven't already heard, there's been a recent outcry by many to adopt the, 'No Kids Allowed' movement. What that means is that establishments will have the ability to ban kids at given times or all-together.
April 8, 2012 - 1:33pm
Gary's on Spring's chef, Harold Baker, and owner Guy Sutcliffe have been friends since they met at Louisville's Walden School at age 12. For decades, they have talked about sharing a dream: to open a restaurant together.
This article appears in the July 2011 issue of LouisvilleMagazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com. Gary’s on Spring’s chef, Harold Baker, and owner Guy Sutcliffe have been friends since they met at Louisville’s Walden School at age 12. For decades, they have talked...
July 17, 2011 - 8:30am
Dave Truong knows his noodles. He can even say he was eating at Anthony Bourdain's favorite Pho place in Vietnam before Bourdain discovered it. Truong grew up craving the beloved noodle dish, and of course he has it on his menu at Nam Nam Cafe (318 Wallace Ave., 891-8859), which he opened earlier this year.