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Louisville Food Making National Headlines

Downtown Louisville Partnership released a list of great national news and lists Louisville made this year, and we think this list of Louisville eats and drinks accolades is pretty cool.

Eat & Drink

  • “12 Cities You Must Visit in 2017 if You Love Food” – Citi Io
  • “The Best Cities for Whiskey Lovers” – Redfin
  • “Under-the-Radar Culinary Gems” – Tasting Table
  •  “Four Cocktail Markets Worth Watching” – Foodable Network
  • “18 Best Grilled Cheeses in the U.S.” (Blue Dog Bakery & Café) – Food & Wine
  • “The Best Bread Bakeries in the South” (Blue Dog Bakery & Café) – USA Today
  • “The South’s 38 Essential Restaurants” (610 Magnolia) – Eater
  • “31 Best Burger Joints in America” (Grind Burger Kitchen) – Thrillist

Red Hog Butcher shop now open; café to follow soon

Fans of Bobby Hancock, co-owner with his wife Kit Garrett of Blue Dog Bakery and Café, have been waiting a long time for Hancock to open his long-promised whole-animal butcher shop, which has finally opened at 2622 Frankfort Ave. Hancock and his partners Jay Denham and Duncan Paynter have started selling dry-aged beef, charcuterie (salamis, sausages of various types) and rotisserie chicken, along with Blue Dog breads and sandwiches. Continue reading Red Hog Butcher shop now open; café to follow soon

Blue Dog Bakery offshoot Red Hog returning to Crescent Hill

The entrepreneurial spirit of Louisville’s restaurateurs seems unquenchable. Among the restaurant owners who have carved out a strong niche in the market, but look to plow new ground are Kit Garrett and Bobby Hancock, co-owners of Blue Dog Bakery and Cafe, 2868 Frankfort Ave., who are planning to resurrect in full an idea they tried out temporarily a few years ago. Yes, Red Hog is returning. Continue reading Blue Dog Bakery offshoot Red Hog returning to Crescent Hill