Art Sanctuary, 1433 S Shelby Street,is joining in the Bourbon Classic fun tonight, March 1, with an innovative interactive evening that will benefit arts awareness. Ina Marcella Events has joined forces with Woodford Reserve, Chef Madeleine Dee of Fond, and some surprise guests to stir all 5 of your senses. Tickets are $75 and available now at louisvilletickets.com.
Continue reading Stir Dinner Engages All Five Senses and Benefits Art Sanctuary Tonight
Fond, the Crescent Hill local grocer-cum-restaurant (or is it a restaurant-cum-local grocery?) at 2520 Frankfort Ave., is offering monthly special dinners which will benefit Dare to Care, the non-profit that partners with over 300 local social service agencies such as food pantries, shelters and emergency kitchens to distribute food to those in the Louisville area that are food-insecure.
On the last Sunday of each month, chef/owner of Fond, Madeleine Dee, will prepare a 5-course dinner with a food theme related to “a beloved work of literature or the silver screen,” as Dee puts it. Continue reading Fond fun theme dinners benefit Dare to Care
Madeleine Dee, who has been a personal chef, and now runs Fond, a locally-focused small grocery and dinner restaurant, is trying to branch out into TV, with her proposed series “The Seasoned Cynic’s Guide to Entertaining,” which she is funding through Indiegogo. Continue reading Madeleine Dee’ s TV show needs your help
This month, Fond, the small curated grocery and special weekend dining spot at 2520 Frankfort Ave. turns a year old. Owner/chef Madeleine Dee (who will be the guest chef on Secrets of Louisville Chefs on Saturday, Oct. 15), has announced some tweaks, additions and alterations to her private dining program. Continue reading Fond celebrates first anniversary, announces changes
Fond, the mini-grocery operated by Madeleine Dee at 2520 Frankfort Ave., specializing in local products, and offering chef’s table dinners Thursday through Sunday, is starting a three-month series of Sunday Suppers prepared by local guest chefs. Continue reading Fond presents guest chef series
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With Halloween only a week away, everyone must have costumes all planned and ready to go. Once you are all dressed up, here are a couple of places to go for dinner. Continue reading Dress up and step out on the town for Halloween at 8UP, Over the 9 or Fond
Fond, the newest addition to the eclectic food and dining mix along Frankfort Ave., is now open for business at 2520 Frankfort Ave. Today is the first day of operation for personal chef Madeleine Dee, who is offering a selection of baked goods (including what she is calling her $100 cake), coffee and tea, heat-at-home dinners and locally produced goods such as produce from Ashbourne Farms and a limited amount of kimchi from Funked and Fermented Kimchi Lab.
Dee will be open today, Friday, Oct. 2, until 1 p.m.. Her regular hours will be 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. On Friday and Saturday evenings she will offer dinners for up to 12 people for $75 a person (BYOB). You can book a full party of 12, or join a smaller group of strangers – a great way to meet new people. By “subscribing” to 3 or more dinners, you get one-third off them all, a series for $50 per person each dinner.
Five dates for dinners are booked solid, Dee says, but there are open spaces at many of other dates to fill out the table. The phone for Fond: Louisville’s Homemade Grocery Store is (502) 727-3631; email is FondLouisville@gmail.com. The web site is FondofLouisville.com.
Madeleine Dee, whose personal chef business No Place Like Home has been pleasing clients with her preparation of elaborate private dinners for several years now, is planning to open a specialty grocery store at 2520 Frankfort Ave. in Crescent Hill.
Continue reading Madeleine Dee to open Fond, an artisanal grocery, on Frankfort Ave.