It was announced yesterday that Chef Edward Lee’s awaited third Louisville, KY restaurant, Whiskey Dry will open on February 10, 2018. The restaurant is Lee’s vision for his ideal bar, with a menu of creative and chef driven burgers and shareable comfort food paired with over 200 whiskeys from around the world. Whiskey Dry will debut at Fourth Street Live!, a dining and entertainment district on Fourth St. between Muhammad Ali and Liberty St. Whiskey Dry will be open seven-days-a-week from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. (The bar will be open until 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.) Be sure to check back next week when Food & Dining will be sharing a sneak peak through photography and an interview with Chef Lee. Continue reading Chef Edward Lee’s Whiskey Dry to Open February 10 on 4th Street Live!
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
At Food & Dining we are often asked: “What is your favorite dish?”
We have the pleasure of covering one of the most robust restaurant cities in all of America with more than 1,200 restaurants at last count. It’s like asking Mother Goose’s “the old woman in a shoe” who her favorite child is.
We decided to focus on four dishes that everyone eats at least occasionally, and almost everyone has an opinion about. Not fancy preparations or exotic ingredients, but those standard dishes we can all relate to, and debate about: a good bar burger, chicken wings, a fried fish sandwich and a Hot Brown.
The Food & Dining staff got together, tossed around their ideas and, after some lively debate, came up with our choices for these four dishes. Let’s see how they stack up against your list. Continue reading STAFF PICKS
Chef and restaurateur Edward Lee, who operates Milkwood and 610 Magnolia in Louisville and Succotash in Washington, D.C., is planning another restaurant, a casual dining spot, at Fourth Street Live. To be called Whiskey Dry, Lee’s new restaurant will be a casual burger and whiskey bar with a “chef-centric point of view.” Continue reading Edward Lee plans Whiskey Dry in Fourth Street Live