October 28, 2011 - 5:02pm
Wild Eggs offers an egg-cellent brunch
Wild Eggs is clearly beloved in Louisville. It seems daily my facebook newsfeed is peppered with people trekking there by the dozen for brunch. My boyfriend and I visited the  St. Matthews location on Dutchman's Lane, and we were very pleased with our brunch ...
October 21, 2011 - 12:00pm
I have three words for you: red velvet pancakes.
I am on a quest to find the best brunch in the Louisville area. To me, the very word brunch smacks of luxury. A day that begins with a lovely brunch cannot help but roll along lazily afterward, pleasant and carefree. The Village Anchor offers a brunch to fulfill your most indulgent daydreams,...
September 30, 2011 - 10:29am
The Café has been packing its seats since 1996 with grade-A service, a uniquely decorative atmosphere and - of course - remarkable food, but it's not just about the lunch anymore.
The Café has been around since 1996, yet remains one of Louisville’s best-kept secrets. Owned and operated by New Yorker Sal Rubino, The Café is best known for its lunch. Head to The Café in the early afternoon and you will have a hard time finding somewhere to sit, but you will likely see...
November 17, 2010 - 9:00am
Sick of early Christmas marketing? Use this recipe to remind yourself of that little holiday called Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is getting the shaft this year.Before I could even put away my orange Pumpkin Fairy tutu, retailers had dragged out the trees, bows and candy canes.But what about Thanksgiving? Where are all the pilgrim hats? The horn things filled with food? For goodness' sake, where are the turkeys...
August 13, 2012 - 4:07pm
by Lou
The partnership between general manager Karter Louis and chef Arpad ("Arpi”) Lengyel takes the pretension out of tea service and creates an inviting, exceptional way to appreciate fine tea and food.
This article appeared in the October 2010 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.I only hope that someday one of my “jokes” turns out as well as Hillbilly Tea — a deliciously funny idea that’s become a fantastic restaurant downtown on First...