September 24, 2009 - 7:43pm
Taste of Innovation served up a smorgasbord of Louisville creations
I’m not a fan of buffets -- I’d trade quantity for quality most any day. But a buffet by another name? Sure, we can talk about that! Call it a food and spirits networking event, roll it into the Idea Festival going on now, and I’ll line up with the rest of the crowd waiting hungrily outside the...
September 4, 2009 - 3:13pm
Wi-Fi, beer and food specials are as important to a good draft as not picking a kicker before the last round
With just six days until the NFL season kicks off, many fantasy leagues are having their drafts this weekend.
Clearly the best place to have your fantasy football draft is at work while you're on the clock.
But if that's not possible, these local establishments offer items as essential to a...
August 5, 2009 - 5:16pm
Bardstown Road coffee shop a possible campaign headquarters
Louisville.com: Your source for accurate, if unintentional, predictions
From my article "Navigating Bardstown Road's non-Starbucks coffee culture": Ray's Monkey House "will most likely be where the revolution takes place, if it ever gets going."
It's getting started.
Nimbus Couzin, the owner of...
June 15, 2009 - 11:43am
Get your spice on at Zaytun Mediterranean Grill
When I returned home from a trip to Morocco recently I really wanted to share the experience with my husband (who did not have a furlough week to go gallivanting around Northern Africa). So the day after I returned, when we dropped my direct-from-Marrakech fabric off at the tailor we use on...
June 12, 2009 - 7:54am
I’ve worked downtown for a few years, long enough to have my handful of lunch places I frequent. By handful I mostly mean Bendoya sushi on 5th. But for weeks and weeks this spring I noticed as my #2 bus crept down Market that an interesting new place was under construction. “Chop Shop Salads” read...