I have for some time now been waiting to see when Louisville’s restaurant scene is mentioned in Saveur, the national food magazine, now that Louisvillian Adam Sachs is the editor. It’s not like I didn’t introduce him around to several restaurants and chefs when he was here a few years ago to judge a bacon-cooking benefit, after he won his Beard award for magazine writing, but before his newest gig. Well, finally, we see some home-town attention. Continue reading Saveur cites the dacquoise at Buck’s
AAA, which gives Diamond ratings to restaurants and hotels around the country to quickly clue their members in to the top dining establishments and hotels, has rated several Louisville restaurants Four Diamonds, their next-to-highest rating. Their highest rating, Five Diamonds, was awarded to The Oakroom at the Seelbach Hilton Hotel in downtown Louisville. AAA said in its announcement of the ratings that only 0.3 percent of the nearly 59,000 hotels and restaurants that AAA approves receive the Five Diamond rating. Continue reading AAA rates Louisville restaurants
National Geographic has a long reputation of hyperbole in headlining its stories, but hyperbole is part of marketing, right? And whether or not the wording is a bit exaggerated, it is always fun to note that local businesses get attention in national media. The local Louisville business that was recently singled out in National G, in a story titled ‘100 Places That Will Change Your Life,’ is Moonshine University. Continue reading National Geographic gives shout-out to Moonshine U.
APRON Inc., a nonprofit that provides financial assistance to employees of local independent restaurants in need of help with emergency expenses, will benefit from a dinner Sunday, July 10, at The Olmsted. Dubbed “A Taste of Independents,” the dinner will showcase the diversity and cooperation of Louisville’s independent restaurants. Continue reading A Taste of Independents to benefit APRON
“Beverage World,” an industry magazine that focuses on the global beverage market with coverage of innovative producers, distributors and marketers, has listed Louisville’s Copper & Kings American Brandy Co. as one of 10 up-and-coming drinks breaking from the pack, according to a press release. Continue reading Copper & Kings gets shout-out from beverage industry magazine
Louisville continues to get notice in “best” lists compiled by one promotional group or another. This time it is the World Food Travel Association that has named Louisville the top contender in the category of “Best Destination Experience.” Continue reading Louisville food scene again recognized by industry group
There are a lot of “Best” lists going around, an inevitable result of our clickbait age. But, recognition is recognition, and a new Louisville restaurant has recently been so recognized.
The Food Network has included Le Moo, 2300 Lexington Rd., in its list of 25 best steakhouses in the U.S. Continue reading Le Moo gets national notice as a Top 25 Steakhouse
The on-line restaurant reservation site has mined its data and found the 100 “hottest” restaurants in America, based on the reviews to their site. 8UP Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen, atop the Hilton Garden Inn at 350 W. Chestnut St., is on the 2016 list. Continue reading 8UP listed on Open Table’s Top 100
In their recent state-by-state survey of craft brews, focusing on lagers, Food & Wine magazine determined that Goodwood Brewing Co.’s Louisville Lager deserves the crown for Kentucky beers. Continue reading Goodwood Lager named best in state by Food & Wine magazine
The Automobile Club of America – which every knows as AAA – has released its 2016 Diamond ratings, the way it distinguishes top restaurants, and five Louisville restaurants are among the top tier in AAA’s estimation. Continue reading AAA gives Louisville restaurants love with Diamond ratings