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Harvest Presents Bourbon Tasting with The Wine Rack

Chefs Jeff Dailey and Ryan Smith will host a bourbon tasting along with John Johnson of The Wine Rack at Harvest, 624 East Market, on Nov. 12 starting at 6 p.m. Light appetizers will be paired specifically with private-barrel picks collaborated on between Harvest and The Wine Rack, highlighting their autumnal products and features. 

Chefs Jeff Dailey and Ryan Smith.

Tastings will be with Buffalo Trace and Barton Distilleries. There will be an open bar as well.

“We love showcasing our food, but when we can work with another local business like The Wine Rack to also pair our creations with exquisite bourbons – it’s special,” says Tim Quinlan, general manager. “Our patrons love a unique experience and we aim to please them.”

Tickets are $35 per guest (all inclusive). Reservations are required. Call 502.384.9090.

Harvest is a locally grown restaurant, situated in the downtown NuLu arts district of East Market Street. Harvest’s mission is to serve outstanding, regionally inspired, seasonal “farm-to-table” cuisine. Eighty percent of ingredients are sourced locally from within a 100-mile radius and many of the foods are baked, cured, smoked and preserved in-house. For more information, visit harvestlouisville.com. VT


Butchertown Grocery Honors Chef Dean Corbett

Chef Dean Corbett.

Butchertown Grocery is celebrating the life of Louisville culinary icon Chef Dean Corbett by recreating one of his most popular dishes, roasted Duck a l’Orange. This menu offering runs now through Oct. 31. Executive Chef and Owner Bobby Benjamin credits Corbett with paving the way for the culinary growth of Louisville, Kentucky.

“From myself and the whole Butchertown Grocery team, our hearts go out to the family and friends of Chef Dean Corbett,” he said. “For over 30 years he created an immense legacy of groundbreaking culinary art and growth in the Louisville community. We thought it only fitting to honor his legacy by serving a dish that is purely Dean, his signature Duck a l’Orange. Thank you, Chef Dean, for your devotion to the culinary world and elevation of the Louisville food scene.” Butchertown Grocery is located at 1076 E. Washington St.