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Whiskey Dry Opens: Chef Edward Lee and Stacie Stewart Describe the Journey

Chef Edward Lee’s newest concept Whiskey Dry opens today on 4th St. Live! He said this bar has been two years in the making, and a lot of thought went into expanding the discussion from the obviously popular bourbon to a discussion about the world of whiskey. 

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Chef Edward Lee’s Whiskey Dry to Open February 10 on 4th Street Live!

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!

Chef Edward lee and Lindsey Ofcacek Announce Grants for Women in Kentucky Culinary Industry

Last week, we passed along the announcement of a local female chef and a beverage director being chosen for the first all-female advisory council at Atlanta Food and Wine festival. In the same day, we received the announcement that Chef Edward Lee  (chef/owner of 610 Magnolia, The Wine Studio, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, KY and culinary director for Succotash in National Harbor, MD and forthcoming in DC) and Lindsey Ofcacek (general manager and wine director of 610 Magnolia) have launched a program titled the LEE initiative, which will advance women in restaurants by awarding impressive grants with travel, education and opportunities to five Kentucky women in the culinary industry.  

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Louisville Cookbooks for Christmas

It’s Christmas time, and the Louisville food scene has a wealth of amazing recipes you can gift your loved ones. Here are just a few Louisville, Kentucky authored cookbooks available for the foodie in your life, including one for the young chefs.

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