One of the best things about the Louisville food scene is that itâ€™s constantly reinventing cuisine.
With Louisvilleâ€™s culinary scene heating up, it seems like a different, much-buzzed-about or recently-rebranded eatery or watering hole is opening each week.
Louisville is quickly becoming more and more beer-centric, with more award-winning beers being produced every day.
People love tapas: cuisine brought out in small portions with the intent of sharing.
Jose Monasterio thinks the traditional Mexican-American restaurant model â€œisnâ€™t working anymore.â€ At least not for him. And he might be right.
One day, Barbara Werner, a classically trained chef from New York City, was sitting in a restaurant by herself enjoying dinner.
The term â€œMediterranean restaurantâ€ often conjures up very particular types of cuisine, cuisine much more akin to Greece, Turkey and Lebanon than...
Scott Lukemire, owner of Toonerville Deli, loves a good sandwich â€“ more specifically, a good cheesy, meaty Reuben.
Alan Jonesâ€™ favorite Asian restaurant, if not favorite restaurant period, was Tea Station Bistro, in the heart of Norton Commons.
Take a right turn off Zorn Avenue when heading toward the Ohio River, and youâ€™ll soon see River Road BBQ.
To stand out in a restaurant scene as variegated and yummy as Louisvilleâ€™s, you have to jettison the status quo.