August 20, 2014 - 9:23am
Start with the outstanding sides and work your way through the menu. Southern food made fresh will hook you on your first visit to this little family-owned spot.
If you enjoy supporting family-owned local businesses and the “farm to table” restaurant effort in Louisville, you could do much, much worse than to get yourself over to
December 13, 2013 - 9:15am
this is a whole new wrench
I've been to the Monkey Wrench, on 1025 Barrett Avenue, before; but only to drink, and only in the summer when their rooftop bar is op
March 3, 2012 - 8:59am
Starvin' Marvin's Country Kitchen
Starvin’ Marvin’s menu offers "home-style meals prepared from scratch form their kitchen all day long" and that "you’ll find everything you love about country cooking plus a few that might surprise you". And they absolutely put their money where my appetite used to be. Whether it’s old favorites like biscuits & gravy for breakfast, soup & sandwich combo for lunch to meatloaf, country ham and plenty of country vegetables for dinner, you will never go hungry at Starvin’ Marvin’s Country Kitchen, and like me, you’ll definitely be going back for seconds.
I consider myself a connoisseur of our region’s delicacies.  I truly love good old-fashioned Southern cooking from white linen tables topped with fine china and the latest trends to smothered anything served with pride in a hidden truck stop.  Transplanted from New Orleans to...
February 29, 2012 - 7:09am
The Hosts of Small Bites & Bourbon
The Wine Cellar at 610 Magnolia was the site for “Lite Bites & Bourbon”, Friday, February 24th. The event was a preview for the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. Hosted by Chef Edward Lee (610 Magnolia, Top Chef), Matt Jamie (Bourbon Barrel Foods) and Preston Van Winkle (Old Rip Van Winkle Distillery), the local setting made for the perfect atmosphere to introduce local Louisvillian’s to a festival that focuses on the food and beverage traditions of the South.