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?
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.
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.
The new location, directly across the street from the old one, sports not only 10 times more room but also a full liquor license, with a wisely chosen beer and wine list whose offerings pair well with spicy Asian food.
Eiderdown offers Germantown class without being pretentious.
When you belly up to this bar, the chatter is the tap-dancing knives of three chefs creating bite-size works of art, led by Yong Bong Tak (a 2004 Best of Louisville award winner for sushi chef).
You’d expect the founder of a successful national public relations and branding firm to make a bold statement with his first restaurant, and indeed, Kevin Grangier does just that with the Village Anchor.
The partnership between general manager Karter Louis and chef Arpad ("Arpi”) Lengyel takes the pretension out of tea service and creates an inviting, exceptional way to appreciate fine tea and food.
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Located in Oxmoor Mall, Yang Kee Noodle is a unique Louisville restaurant offering Asian cuisine the fast casual way, providing a truly enjoyable place to eat, especially in comparison with typical mall food.
Apparently a baby eating is more offensive than a kid grabbing himself. Who knew?