Housed in the former Diamante Restaurant in the Upper Highlands, Blue Lagoon is, despite its nautical name, free of hackneyed maritime decor. Wood-paneled ceilings and walls make it feel like an unusually roomy sloop, but the expansive windows providing a sidewalk panorama afford much more light than portholes would.
If you know don’t mind getting your hands dirty you can make a meal for $15 at one of Louisville’s favorite restaurants
Government should not be in the business of ensuring only speciality stores can sell
Wine at Kroger? Nah.
Prix-fixe meals at Fleur de Licious a good value – but only if the food is good
Also eat German food at the Germantown/Schnitzelburg Octoberfest Art Fair
Oh, the delicious food! One of the cornerstones of what makes Louisille great is going "on sale" next week all over downtown. Dive in and bear down!
The who's who list of Louisville restaurants are lined up to contribute to the organizations signature event.
If your wife beat you this badly, would you write about it?
And visit a farmers market while you still can this yea
Sister Cities' a Tasteful Affair brought the world on a plate to Louisville
Sister Cities of Louisville’s A Tasteful Affair to bring the world to Louisville