July 29, 2012 - 6:52pm
One of Louisville's most famous chefs, John Schnatter, explains to TV audience why he believes his better ingredients make a better pizza
Saturday afternoon's taping of "Secrets of Louisville Chefs Live" at Sullivan University's Kitchen Theater featured Louisville's most famous chef (this side of Col. Sanders anyway): Papa John Schnatter.
July 29, 2012 - 6:56pm
Owner of downtown coffee shop plans for the lounge to be open at the beginning of February and promises a different, but familiar experience. Expanded menu--and full bar--among the new offerings.
Economists say that bad economic times are the best to begin new business. Tara Patcheak, owner operator of Mrs. Potter’s Coffee (718 W. Main St.) has taken that to heart, and is currently expanding her busy coffee shop into the space next door by opening Mrs. Potter’s Coffee Lounge and Café.
July 29, 2012 - 6:52pm
Vietnamese pho among the highlights of this modern Asian-fusion restaurants's new brunch menu. Fresh squeezed mimosas, hand-made Bloody Marys and ginger cocktail are also popular (I wonder why).
If you don’t normally travel the Bardstown Road corridor with a passenger who is intent on reading every banner and sign, then you may be unaware that one of Louisville’s finest restaurants, Asiatique, is now serving brunch. Hell, you might not know the restaurants even exists. Every Saturday...
January 19, 2010 - 2:55pm
Benefit for Green Hill Therapy features 15 regional craft brewers, live music, food, giveaways and a great time. Participating brewers include New Albanian Brewing Company, Bell’s, Three Floyds, Cumberland Brews, and BBC.
This Friday  fill both your glass and your heart by taking part in this year’s Winterfest Beer Festival at the Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave.