May 7, 2009 - 6:43pm
Z's Fusion doesn’t just offer the obligatory pasta dish or salad for non meat-eaters – they go all out with a menu just for vegetarians.(But you have to ask)
It’s not often I sit down in a restaurant and have an entire menu to pore over. I stopped eating meat other than fish about eight years ago and have spent the time since studying restaurant menus searching for a pasta or salad I can order without the chicken. A waitress once commented most...
July 24, 2009 - 3:35pm
Great Bosnian food awaits you in Buechel.
The outside resembles Satriale's from The Sopranos: a heavyset man in a tight white t-shirt holds court amongst a group of guys. Go inside Bosna-Mak (3825 Bardstown Road), however, and you'll find a friendlier atmosphere.
Located in Louisville's Buechel neighborhood, Bosna-Mak is a Bosnian...
April 15, 2009 - 6:05am
Each week Dana McMahan will spend her payroll stimulus at a local business. This week, half price sushi on Preston.
When my husband and I traded our rental in the Highlands for home ownership in the ‘217 we knew what we were giving up – among other pleasures, the ability to walk to a sushi dinner. So I was giddy when the sign went up late last fall on Preston Highway announcing a sushi restaurant opening soon....
April 9, 2009 - 11:50am
A triumvirate of Louisville pubs is helping out St. Vincent DePaul to give food and supplies to the needy population in Louisville.
The St. Vincent de Paul Conference of St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church invites you to attend a fundraiser to benefit our work with the needy in our community. On Monday, April 20, 2009, from 11am – midnight, 100% of the proceeds from lunch, dinner and beverages at O’Sheas Irish Pub,...
July 28, 2009 - 9:41am
While it's not going to be confused with Paris's Left Bank any time soon (except maybe by Mayor Jerry), Louisville's Bardstown Road has a great coffeehouse culture.
While it's not going to be confused with Paris's Left Bank any time soon (except maybe by Mayor Jerry), Louisville's Bardstown Road has a great coffeehouse culture. On a 3.2-mile stretch, there are seven local coffee shops (albeit four of them are Heine Brothers), all offering free Wi-Fi.