One of the world's most renowned chefs has taken the leap and opened his first restaurant in Kentucky at the downtown Kentucky International Convention Center.
When we say food heals, we're not just talking about the warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you pile on the comfort food. Thanks to a local organization, your food could really help heal many!
Food does a body good. And with this food, and these bodies, the 2007 March of Dimes Signature Chefs auction did a LOT of good...to the tune of $215,000!
The Highlands is jam packed with great places to eat, drink, shop, and hang. Now, thanks to a couple of guys with a good idea, Highlands regulars can save some bucks on all that stuff and more with a little piece of plastic.
Porcini’s welcoming attitude is the key to its popularity
Louisville is a pizza town. We love the cheese, we love the sauce, we love the experience. Local entrepreneur Tony Palombino is expanding his company with a new concept under a familiar name. And YOU could win pizza for a year just for showing up!
Get on the bus and have a 4-course meal at 4 of Louisville's best and most unique dining destinations. What else would you have to do on a Monday night? Laundry?
An Iron Chef type competition will pit local culinary greats against each other with the hopes of being designated "Best of the Best". The Chefs will compete to raise money for Sullivan University Hospitality Scholarship.
Some of the city's best chefs gather together with a bevy of culinary delights, all in the name of saving babies. We're not sure but we think it's BYOB (Bring Your Own Bib)!
Downtown Restaurant Week features 3-course meals at some of Louisville's most elegant restaurants. Plus the first-ever Fleur Delicious signature cocktail will help you into the autumn state of mind.
When dozens of Louisville's best restaurants gather in a beautiful setting and serve up their finest food and drinks for a good cause, the only thing that can come from the experience is satisfaction. Grab a ticket, a tray, and get your eat on at one of the city's most exciting fundraisers.
Courtesy of Louisville Magazine Restaurateur-chef Bruce Ucan won’t allow the creative cuisine he prepares to wear any country’s label.