Local news for July 21, 2011
Bourbon-lovers, you're in for a treat! Five new additions to Louisville's Urban Bourbon Trail are sure to add fun to any adventure.
The guys are also welcome to this event that will give guests a taste of Maker's Mark, chocolate and appetizers from Proof on Main Chef Michael Paley.
When you need a break from your neighborhood bar-and-grill, put on your little black dress (or its male equivalent) and head to the bar at Proof on Main.
You have to hand it to a chef who can make roasted octopus a must-try menu item. I would venture to say that octopus is a tough sell anywhere outside southern Italy, or Greece, or Japan, but chef Michael Paley put it on the Proof on Main opening menu in 2006 and hasn’t been able to take it off since.
Emeril Lagasse, chef, TV host and creator of kickin' it up a notch, had a lot of nice things to say about the Louisville food scene while he was in town Sunday for the inaugural Fork, Cork & Style festival at Churchill Downs.
Fresh flavors that cure boredom with the common dessert.
Celebrate the release of both Louisville Magazine and Louisville Bride Magazine with free appetizers and drink specials at one of the country's best hotels
Fine dining is expensive, but you only live once.
Feeling cabin fever, but short on cash? Check out the Sarabande Reading Series.
Conversation with comedian, who's performing Saturday night at the Kentucky Center, covers kindergarten teachers, short-term memory loss, a German Shepherd with an inferiority complex, lobsters, libraries and refrigerated ants. Tickets start at $25.
Victorian Holiday House Tour also offers a chance to get festive