Free hummus if you visit for their grand opening on November 11, 2008
Another Downtown Restaurant Bites the Dust
First Cafe Lou Lou now Wild Eggs. Apparently the path to restaurant success in this economy includes really good baked goods and really really good pancakes.
Congratulations Chef Michael Paley of "Proof on Main"
Next week we choose a new leader for our country and get a second Cafe Lou Lou. It's a big week.
Another local independent restaurant closes its doors thanks to economic hard times.
Ten years ago, Tony Palombino opened the doors of his small pizzeria on Willis Avenue in St. Matthews with a simple philosophy: Make the best pizzas he could and always do right by the customer.
Expanded food options make the already outstanding Jack's Lounge an even better dinner destination.
The Brown Hotel is celebrating its 85th birthday by giving you $.85 hot browns.
Louisville Downtown Management District has just the solution for you. "Fleur De Licious", a week-long celebration of downtown Louisville's cuisine.
$1 from drinks all day and gigantic party tonight to benefit Oak Street Pizza owner Adam Tatum.
Are these two downtown eateries victims of the economic downturn?