Down One Bourbon Bar will host an intimate dinner with Wild Turkey master distiller Jimmy Russell Friday, April 18 at 7 p.m. Continue reading Down One Bourbon Bar hosting Wild Turkey bourbon dinner
The Frankfort Avenue Business Association (FABA) is hosting its first Food Truck Sunday on Sunday, April 21, the morning after Thunder Over Louisville.
The event will be held on the lawn of the St. Joseph Children’s Home (2823 Frankfort Ave.), from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and feature food trucks include Grind Gourmet Burger Truck, Sweet ‘N’ Savory, French Indo-Canada and the Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen. Continue reading A cure for your Thunder hunger-over: Food Truck Sunday on Frankfort Avenue
Ron Smith, owner, of The Root Celllar, a two-unit, year-round local produce market (in Germantown and Old Louisville), wants to take his bounty on the road, well into Louisville’s West End. Continue reading Root Cellar seeks funding for mobile produce truck to serve Louisville food deserts
After 29 years running Bailey Tools & Supply, its president and CEO, Rob Bailey, thought it was time for a career change.
A longtime grilling and barbecue enthusiast and contest veteran, Bailey had heard his friends say, “Go pro!” enough times to force him to make the leap to foodservice by opening up Rob-A-Que last month. Continue reading Take our cue: check out Rob-A-Cue, Louisville’s newest BBQ stop
Yeah, we know Derby’s coming and that some really swell events will fall in the last week of April. But until then, we wanted to keep you up to date on three great dining events scheduled earlier in the month (in order of occurrence): Continue reading April’s gifts: showers, flowers and really cool dinners
The Anchorage Café with host a benefit in support of the Bellewood Home for Children Friday, April 12, celebrating its new photo gallery created by Dan Dry. Continue reading Anchorage Café opens photo gallery featuring work of F&D shooter Dan Dry
You’ve likely heard that Doc Crow’s is being sued by a pair of former servers who say the restaurant forced them to participate in its tip pool, something that’s clearly against the law.
The “forced” part, that is. The law in Kentucky and in many other states says servers don’t have tip out if they don’t want to.
Fact is, the vast majority of them do because tip pooling provides a fair channel through which they can share their trips with front-of-the-house support staff, i.e. bartenders, food and drink runners and bussers. Continue reading Tip pooling works really well when all parties cooperate.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament is better than Christmas for the staff at Food & Dining. That our University of Louisville Cardinals’ men’s and women’s teams are in their respective Final Fours is darn-near more than we can take. It’s a wonder we can get any work done around here.
But alas, our desire to serve you, dear readers, and our need to maintain jobs that pay motivate us to stay at it. And when we’re not on the job, we’re out and
about, soaking in the tourney with the hoi polloi, cheering obnoxiously in some bar or restaurant and high-fiving complete strangers who share our joy. Continue reading Put down the remote, get out to a bar or restaurant and cheer on the Cards!
Sometimes entertaining isn’t about the most complicated recipes and chic tableware. It’s about getting together with people you like without having to spend hours of preparation.
Keeping it easy and fun is as simple as hot dogs and old-fashioned board games, where young and old can eat together and play together. For one night, we turn off the electronics and bring all generations together for dinner that pleases all the people all the time. Continue reading Easy Entertaining — Hot Dogs & Board Games