Epicurious Louisville

Louisville Kentucky is a treasure trove of amazing eats. I blog about them here. Y'all pull up a chair and sit awhile.

Y’all have a wonderful, fantastic, easy-going labor day. 

The bison burger at Proof on Main. It’s totally delicious. Their fries are also MONEY.

The bison burger at Proof on Main. It’s totally delicious. Their fries are also MONEY.

I recently when on a Woodford Reserve tour/tasting for Thrillist, and boy was it worth the drive. The double-oaked Woodford Reserve was beyond amazing and I want to buy a bottle and drink it at home. And I very rarely drink at home, so that should tell you how incredibly good it was. 

I recently when on a Woodford Reserve tour/tasting for Thrillist, and boy was it worth the drive. The double-oaked Woodford Reserve was beyond amazing and I want to buy a bottle and drink it at home. And I very rarely drink at home, so that should tell you how incredibly good it was. 

So I have a twitter question: what are the best Louisville-related twitters to follow? I think I’m a little too entrenched in my own twitterverse to really branch out and listen to the best voices. Who do you follow? Who has the most genuinely “Louisville” voice?

So I have a twitter question: what are the best Louisville-related twitters to follow? I think I’m a little too entrenched in my own twitterverse to really branch out and listen to the best voices. Who do you follow? Who has the most genuinely “Louisville” voice?

I’m going to climb some mountains, kayak some lakes, drink some bourbon, and not look at my phone one time. See y’all in a few days. 

(Source: pinkmanjesse, via marissa1982)

Tea at Ghyslain Bistros is pretty much a production. I love it when places give you extra hot water for your tea, especially since most places give you like WAY too much tea for just one cup. 
Ghyslain is one of the restaurants participating in Idea Festival’s Taste of Innovation, Wednesday October 1st. Tickets are $40 right now, and believe me, it’s totally worth it: we’re talking two hours of unlimited food and spirits from some of Kentuckiana’s very best and most innovative restaurants, bars, bistros, and caterers. 
Get your tickets here!

Tea at Ghyslain Bistros is pretty much a production. I love it when places give you extra hot water for your tea, especially since most places give you like WAY too much tea for just one cup. 

Ghyslain is one of the restaurants participating in Idea Festival’s Taste of Innovation, Wednesday October 1st. Tickets are $40 right now, and believe me, it’s totally worth it: we’re talking two hours of unlimited food and spirits from some of Kentuckiana’s very best and most innovative restaurants, bars, bistros, and caterers. 

Get your tickets here!

Little known fact: when you’re besties with a food blogger you pretty much have to wait to eat anything until the mini photoshoot is done. Sorry, Tipsy. 

It’s so beautiful it doesn’t seem real.

chairman-meow-and-cat-benatar asked: Originally it was Pita Delites, but it either got sold or got rebranded. They updated the interior and reopened as Zad a few months ago. Their falafel is pretty amazing too.

I haven’t had a chance to go! Thanks for the tip!

Sugar & Spice Donuts: there’s something so comforting about seeing a box of donuts in the break room at work or in the lobby of your office building…kind of like someone is saying “Hey fellow workers of America, I know we all would rather be sleeping in and eating pastries today, so good for you for coming in to work!”