So many choices! So little time!
The men's magazine Esquire has partnered with Woodford Reserve bourbon to find the country's best Manhattan cocktail recipe. The promotion includes a handful of bartender exhibitions, one of which will take place down the road in Versailles, Ky.
Coming soon: it's time to trade in your Big Daddy Burger for an ice cream sandwich. As of Monday, Tim and Roy Koons-McGee, owners of the Comfy Cow, have purchased the much-maligned house and Genny's Diner, owned by Frank Faris, which they will convert into one of their delicious stores, selling ice cream and other sweet treats.
New health pizza packs the place for opening celebration Saturday.
Enjoy drink specials and free appetizers. As always, this event is free and open to the public
New franchise celebrates Louisville location this weekend in an effort to give pizza a better name.
32°, A Yogurt Bar will offer $5 all-you-care-to-eat yogurt to celebrate the store's grand opening Sept. 29 at its location in The Summit. All proceeds of the event will benefit Kosair Children's Hospital.
Napa Valley, Champagne, Alsace, and Kentucky? Believe it or not, Kentucky has an up and coming collection of wineries, not just the kind that make strawberry wine. Kentucky Wine Tastings is an organization that will provide a wine sampling bar for events, consisting entirely of Kentucky Proud wines. It's a fantastic way to not only try something new, but also to support local farmers.
Slice of the Highlands pizza competition this Thursday
If you’re not a part of the hungry few, this weekend can be very delicious, and philanthropic. The Germantown-Schnitzelberg neighborhoods are hosting two special cookout events that give proceeds to good causes.
Fall is the perfect season to learn to make a pie. After spending the day at an orchard picking apples, now you will have the perfect use for all of your extra apples. The Sweet Tooth Bakery is offering pie baking classes throughout the fall, so take advantage of the opportunity to impress your family at Thanksgiving for years to come.
Art in the Highlands runs Saturday and Sunday