January 8, 2013 - 5:07pm
Nom noms at NamNam Café
Authentic Vietnamese food for a great price at NamNam Cafe in St. Matthews!
Tiny and nestled in on Wallace Avenue in St. Matthews is NamNam Café, a lovely little place serving real Vietnamese cuisine. It smells incredible, and every item I have eaten there has been delicious. However, I have a couple favorites to share with you:+ Beef Summer Rolls – Tender beef...
December 28, 2012 - 11:04am
Spice up your new year with Lotsa Pasta
Make a resolution to spice up your life in 2013!
Everyone knows Lotsa Pasta. Everyone loves Lotsa Pasta. You know you do. But do you know about their rack of herbs and spices over by the cheese? You should. Especially if you’re looking to explore new flavors!To the left of the front door stands a wall of tiny, colorful plastic containers in...
December 7, 2012 - 12:14pm
A review of the pretzel and beer cheese appetizer at Molly Malone's.
As I have written previously, I quite enjoy a good warm soft pretzel with beer cheese for dipping. I have already reviewed BBC and Four Peg’s offering, both of which were not quite up to my snuff. Both failed to offer the combination of buttery, soft pretzel and warm, smooth beer cheese in...
November 9, 2012 - 11:00am
treat your kids to some delicious Cuban fare!
I grew up with five younger sisters. Our family of eight almost never went out to eat because it's hard to feed that many people on any kind of budget, and when we did eat out it was almost always fast food. Sometimes, though, we would come across a restaurant that offered a "kids eat free...
September 21, 2012 - 7:29pm
Tin Roof, Drake's
Is Louisville becoming the new Lexington? With two of Lexington's most successful bars and restaurants setting up shop, and quickly becoming the premiere spot for the weekends, is there a new trend?
St. Matthew's, in particular Shelbyville road is starting to take on a new name: "Lex in Lou" it is quickly becoming the premiere spot for the twenty one and older crowd.  With the opening of Drake's and Tin Roof within mere feet of one another, St. Matthew's demographic...