May 18, 2013 at Oxmoor Farm, gorge yourself on bacon, bourbon and beer.
Andrew Zimmern is putting Louisville on the foodie map with a Kentucky episode that films this week!
Because Decca is classy, and Halloween...well, Halloween is kind of not classy at all. But that's cool. Just tell your Grandma you're going to a nice restaurant.
Baritone Michael Chioldi takes on one of his favorite roles, the villainous Scarpia in Tosca, as Kentucky Opera opens its 60th Season. He talks about how he became an opera star, sharing the stage with Pavarotti, his favorite food in Louisville, and nude scenes!
How do you combine restaurants and football in a way that interests both foodies and pigskin fans?
Decca, the latest addition to NuLu’s fast-growing restaurant scene, offers Bay City-influenced “California-Mediterranean” cuisine and an upper deck that’s a downtown treat.
You don't have to stay at a premium hotel to find premium concierge services. Laura Wallace is the one-woman show behind City Concierge of Louisville, and she's ready to serve you the best of Louisville.
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