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I just could not make a decision...and how that turned out to be a great decision.
I never invite people to Derby but have accepted the fact that if you live in Louisville, they will come. Actually, I’m not convinced my out-of-town friends realize Louisville exists when it’s not Derby Weekend.
On a recent Tuesday afternoon I received a subliminal invitation from a pint of Saison at the Bluegrass Brewing Company, naturally I accepted.
Are you looking for a little variety in your grocery shopping routine? Perhaps a new kid on the block could spice things up. It looks like Trader Joe's might be coming to Louisville.
On Thursday, 25 individuals and resturants showcased their award-winning chili at the Sixth Annual Chili & Brew Bonanza. Beer of course was also enjoyed.
Chef Michael Paley, known in Louisville for his hand in Proof on Main, will be opening a casual neighborhood restaurant in the NuLu neighborhood.
Prohibition-era law still sticks
16-mile, 35-mile bike routes explore Highlands, river walk
Will Foursquare for free beer. That's right, Foursquare not only enables you to become Mayor of an establishment and earn uber-nerd badges, but also the opportunity at free beer!
The Grapes, Grains, & Soul Fest offers beer, wine, and music, plus an art raffle, to benefit Louisville Sierra Club's Inner City Outings program at White Hall next Thursday, September 23.
Follow up to Friday's Kentucky State Fair piece on Fried food, MC Hammer, and vomiting.