Wiltshire Pantry, the restaurant, bakery and catering business that has been growing slowly but surely for over 20 years, has moved its commissary operations into a new 4,250-square-foot space at 900 E. Kentucky St. – about triple the space of its former commissary on River Rd. The Wiltshire kitchen is the second tenant in the former Axton Candy & Tobacco Co. building, which Mike Safai owner of the local coffee roastery Safai Coffee, bought in July 2016. Continue reading Wiltshire Pantry moves commissary to Shelby Park
It will of course be clay pigeons that will be shot at The Original Makers Club Southern Supper & Shoot July 19 at Ashbourne Farms, 3800 Old Westport Rd.(just off Hwy. 42 between Goshen and LaGrange). The evening begins at 6:30 with clay pigeon shooting over the farm’s pond. Shooters will be served cocktails after the last “pull” has been shouted. Continue reading Shoot some pigeons, then eat dinner
Six young local chefs–and a bartender–will head to New York Monday, March 23 to cook up a storm at the James Beard House. Their dinner, dubbed “Louisville Young Guns and Bourbon,” will be a collaboration of the participants and their mentors.
The six chefs who will try to stay our of each other’s way in the cramped little Beard House kitchen are Michael Dunbar from Corbett’s An American Place, Mark Ford from St. Charles Exchange, Oscar Maldonado, who cooks for Wiltshire Pantry, Ming Pu of Asiatique and Zac Young and pastry chef Robbi Santos, both from Ward 426. They will be joined by bartender Nataleigh Kabler. The chefs mentors Dean Corbett, Rick Adams, Daniel Stage, Peng Looi, Michael Cunha, Anoosh Shariat and Shawn Ward. Continue reading Six up-and-coming Louisville chefs to descend on the Beard House
Two once-hot River Road restaurant locations–the riverfront Tumbleweed and Relish–have been empty for some months, but now word is that both locations will soon have new owners. Both are local restauranteurs whose businesses have been growing steadily over the last several years. Continue reading Two River Road restaurant properties find new owners