With $10 and $15 set menus all across Louisville, we don't have any excuse not to indulge at several of the best and buzziest restaurants in town, September 8-19.
A new online reservation option for restaurants is now available from a Louisville firm.
Ever since Zaytun closed down I've had a hankering for Mediterranean food that stood out. I think I found it.
Make-your-own healthy pizza plus free kid's art camp on Saturdays makes Uncle Maddio's a hit with families.
Dave Truong knows his noodles. He can even say he was eating at Anthony Bourdain's favorite Pho place in Vietnam before Bourdain discovered it. Truong grew up craving the beloved noodle dish, and of course he has it on his menu at Nam Nam Cafe (318 Wallace Ave., 891-8859), which he opened earlier this year.
Let the good times roll at Selena's.
I consider myself a typical guy, so I enjoy the sight of female servers intight shirts and jean shorts serving me drinks and food.
There's never been a better reason to go for a beer. On Monday, O'Shea's is giving away all—yes, all—proceeds from their sales to a truly worthy kids' charity.
It's commonplace for a 3-year old to dig in to a plateful of food using only their hands. As for the rest of us, we tend to use knife and fork (and sometimes chopsticks). Not so at a venerable Louisville Ethopian restaurant where utensils come by request only.