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.
With the Eating Challenge Series, we'll be taking a look at some of the most legendary food challenges around Louisville. From the sweet smite of the 'Comfy Cow Sundae' to the heavy hammer of the 'Fat Teddy' hamburger, there's plenty of food challenge goodness for both your ego and your stomach to share in 'The 'Ville.'
Don't let this pretty little number fool you, its 15 scoops of ice-cream and 4 sidecars of toppings will have you tapping out and begging for mercy! The Comfy Cow just finished filming with the famous Travel Channel series 'Man v. Food.'
Check out The Bard's Town, now open in the Highlands. While enjoying the grub, drinks, and the culture of the place, check out Chasing Ophelia, The Bard's Town's first theatrical production, which opens Wednesday.
The Cave Singers put on an electric show at Zanzabar that capped off a great night of music, food, people-watching, and hipster fashion.
Romans meet religion, breasts, beads, booze, libations and Louisville.
Chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia and Chef Anthony Lamas of Seviche are semifinalists in the annual James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards.
Through February, No Kill Louisville is running 28 Days of Spay, a free spaying and neutering program for qualifying Louisville residents, and a pet food bank.
Passionist Center offers two courses starting January 17
I didn’t believe in the perfect ice cream…until I found Graeter’s.
Austin's puts a little happy in an otherwise quiet Thanksgiving.
Four Roses is celebrating its sponsorship of the 25th annual Bardstown Road Aglow with a bourbon cocktail competition. Restaurant and bar patrons choose the winner via e-mail and text.