Fall is a time of festivals galore, many of them featuring booze or beer. We just finished the Kentucky Bourbon Festival in Bardstown, and this weekend, Sept. 23-24, at Champions Park, 2050 River Rd. you can find Bourbon & Beyond, the new music and Bourbon festival that will include chefs from near and far cooking with Bourbon, distilleries from around the state showing off their products, and some big-name music acts. Continue reading Bourbon & Beyond coming up this weekend
According to Anthony Lamas, owner and chef of Seviche, 1538 Bardstown Rd., the next dinner and a movie, Sunday, Sept .10 and Monday, Sept. 11, beginning at 6 p.m., will be the 25th in the series. This time the movie will be “Fever Pitch,” a baseball story, and the dinner menu will be ballpark fare, done with a bit of an upscale touch. Continue reading Time for another dinner & movie at Seviche
Cher will be in the movie “Moonstruck,” of course, which will be the next Dinner and a Movie that Seviche will offer on Sunday and Monday, July 23 and 24, with a 6 p.m. showtime. Continue reading Have dinner with Cher at Seviche
Here are the New Year’s specials that we have heard about so far. There still might be time to reserve a space.
- Both LouVino locations, at 1606 Bardstown Rd. and 11400 Main St. in Douglass Hills, are accepting reservations for all party sizes for New Year’s Eve. The evening will include a prix fixe 4-course dinner featuring seasonal dishes with Southern influences from executive chef Tavis Rockwell. Specially-selected optional wine pairings will be available, as well as the regular wine flights, wine list and signature cocktails.
The Dinner And Movie Series at Seviche, 1538 Bardstown Rd., continues tonight and tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday, June 20 and 21 with a showing of “Bottle Shock,“ which tells the true story of the events leading up to the famous Paris Tastings of 1976, when Napa wines were judged better than famous French wines in a blind tasting. The event gave California wines the cachet to be regarded as among the great wines of the world. Continue reading Move fast to catch the flick – and dinner – at Seviche
It will, of course, be a special TV showing, the episode of Ovation Network’s show “Southern Uncovered,” with Matt and Ted Lee of Charleston, SC, who visited Louisville a few months back and interviewed on camera chefs and owners at Seviche, Mayan Café, Sunergos Coffee, Bourbon Barrel Foods and Decca. They also toured NuLu for a discussion of the neighborhood’s recent rebirth as a restaurant destination. Continue reading Go to Seviche Sunday to watch TV
For six years now a second Derby event called Taste of Derby has been added to the panorama of festivities. The first Taste of Derby, for two decades now sponsored by and benefitting Dare to Care, and highlighting local chefs and food producers, was April 22 at Slugger Field. On Thursday, April 30, at the North Wing Lobby of the Kentucky Exposition Center, the newcomer Taste of Derby, sponsored by Stella Artois beer will highlighting chefs from restaurants all over the country, most of which are in cities that also have race tracks. Continue reading Another Taste of Derby to feature chefs from around the country
The cool idea of eating a special dinner with a menu related to a food-themed movie, and then watching the movie, was popular enough at Seviche, Bardstown Rd., that the event will be repeated Mon, Feb. 9. Continue reading Dinner and movie at Seviche
Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 6:30 p.m., Seviche chef Anthony Lamas will serve a 4-course dinner to celebrate the publication of “Country Ham:A Southern Tradition of Hogs, Salt and Smoke” by F&D columnist Steve Coomes.
As you might be able to tell from the title, the book is about ham. Coomes visited Kentucky’s top ham producers, investigated the long history of preserving the hind quarters of hogs and finds the tradition alive and well and competing with some of Europe’s best hams for the attention of chefs around the country. Continue reading Coomes’s ham book inspiration for dinner at Seviche
Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 6:30 p.m. Seviche’s owner/chef Anthony Lamas will collaborate with chef Tim Tibbits of Flying Fish restaurant in Freeport, the Bahamas, for create a 9-course dinner featuring re-imagined Caribbean and Latin cuisine. Flying Fish sommelier Rebecca Tibbitts will work out the wine pairings.
The event will be held in Seviche’s private dining room, 1538 Bardstown Rd., with seating limited for 20 guests. The nine-course menu with wine pairings is $135 For reservations, call (502) 473-8560; credit card information is required.