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New Restaurants to Try

New Restaurants to Try October 30, 2011 | Food | Read More
Louisville has no shortage of great restaurants. If it’s not your first visit (in which case all the restaurants will be new to you), here are three restaurants that have opened recently: Located in the Highlands, Roots and Heart and Soy are actually two restaurants with a shared kitchen that opened...

Where to Eat with Out-of-Town Guests

Where to Eat with Out-of-Town Guests October 29, 2011 | Food | Read More
I love visitors. Out-of-town guests mean visiting local attractions I should have already seen. It also means touring Louisville’s excellent restaurants between the sight-seeing. Here are a few unique Louisville options that should keep even the pickiest eater happy. For novelty, stop by Lynn’s...

Best Breakfast and Brunch

Best Breakfast and Brunch October 29, 2011 | Food | Read More
There are restaurants that serve nothing but breakfast and brunch all day (and into the night). Louisville has some, including Highland Morning and Lynn’s Paradise Café. You can’t go wrong with either of those, but here are some of our favorite Louisville breakfast and brunch spots. The...

Six Late Night Dining Spots in Louisville

Six Late Night Dining Spots in Louisville September 30, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, Travel Tips | Read More
Whether you’re working late or just getting out of a concert, play, or movie, it’s good to have an idea of places to grab a late dinner — or an early breakfast. There’s always the fast food option, but here are six Louisvlile restaurants, diners and bars that serve food late into...

Louisville’s Best Sandwich: The Hot Brown

Louisville’s Best Sandwich: The Hot Brown September 25, 2011 | Food | Read More
Louisville has some great sandwiches, from that ratatouille sandwich at Toast to the pork belly sandwich and duck sliders at Hammerheads. But if it’s your first time in Louisville and you’re a meat-eater, go to the Brown Hotel for a Hot Brown, Louisville’s most well-known sandwich. Recently...

Layover in Louisville

Layover in Louisville September 11, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
If the airlines have rerouted you through Louisville and you’re in the mood to explore (and you don’t have enormous amounts of luggage), you’re in luck. The Louisville International Airport is located about 10 minutes from downtown Louisville, so if you plan it right, you could hit...

Fleur de Licious Starts Tomorrow

Fleur de Licious Starts Tomorrow May 12, 2011 | Events, Food, What's New | Read More
Back from last year’s hiatus, the Fleur de Licious event returns tomorrow. In its eighth year, the event features 18 downtown restaurants. The participating restaurants will offer a prix fixe dinner menu of $30 (per person, not including tax, tip or drinks) that includes appetizers, entrées and desserts...

Louisville: An Up-and-Coming Destination

Louisville: An Up-and-Coming Destination April 22, 2011 | Events, Food, Things to Do | Read More
Long known as the home of the Kentucky Derby and KFC, Louisville, Kentucky is gaining attention for more than horses and chicken. The U.S. Conference of Mayors named it the “Most Livable” city in 2008, Bon Appetit magazine selected it as one of the top five “Foodiest” American towns in 2010,...

Bourbon and the Girls tonight!

Bourbon and the Girls tonight! April 7, 2011 | Events, Food, Nightlife | Read More
Looking for something to do this fine Thursday evening? 21C’s Proof on Main hosts its second “Bourbon and the Girls” event tonight from 6 to 7 PM. A quarterly event, tonight’s features Maker’s Mark paired with TCHO chocolates (located in San Francisco, TCHO is what goes on your pillow when...

Louisville’s Top 5 Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s Day

Louisville’s Top 5 Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s Day February 4, 2011 | Food | Read More
Are you spending Valentine’s Day or weekend in Louisville? While we’re not the City of Love (where you could go, if you win NileGuide’s sweet contest), Louisville has a number of romantic dinner options for those on any budget. Narrowing it down to only five was tough, so I gave you at least one...