October 16, 2012 - 7:12pm
by mjanus
Philadelphia-based operating team Mike Welsh and chef Mitch Prensky created 3,800 square feet of innovative variations of food classics. With American-estate grown wine, craft beers and cocktails, they embodied the 1900’s hotel lobby bar persona to bring the restaurant-bar concept to Louisville.
October 16, 2012 - 7:12pm
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This newly-renovated restaurant still serves the Nuevo-Latino cuisine that made it a Louisville favorite. If you can’t choose just one of the colorful and spicy seviche selections, we don’t blame you. Try the seviche tasting option, with three or four small portions of the fresh seafood creations.
Rye
October 16, 2012 - 7:12pm
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The goal of this new eatery on the ever-evolving East Market corridor, is to cook and serve freshly and locally sourced food. That means the menu changes as the chef’s sees fit. However one thing that diners can always expect here is seasonal, well-prepared food served up in a stylish atmosphere.
October 16, 2012 - 7:12pm
by mjanus
Porcini, named for the flavorful mushroom featured in many of its dishes, serves upscale Northern-Italian inspired dishes. Menu standouts include the strip steak with Gorgonzola butter and rack of lamb with bourbon and rosemary jus.
October 16, 2012 - 7:12pm
by mjanus
California atmosphere and cuisine transported to Louisville. Fans of alfresco dining will enjoy the patio, which features a fire pit at each table for chilly evenings. The menu includes creative twists on steak and seafood, and the wine list — as would be expected from a place with Napa in its name...