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.
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!
Every couple hundred followers or so I like to do a quick “about me” so you know who the heck I am:
- My name’s Elizabeth Myers. You can find my writing at Louisville.com (which I also edit, full time), StyleBlueprint, MyDerbyLove, Thrillist, Louisville Magazine, and a few other miscellaneous outlets.
- I love to eat, and I LOVE Louisville Kentucky and the surrounding areas. That’s what the blog is about. You can also follow me on twitter: @louisvillenoms.
- I’m happily married (I call him Bunny), I have five younger sisters, and a wonderfully supportive group of friends I call the Babe Squad.
- My hobbies include biking, restoring my 1974 Beetle, lifting, reading, podcasts, writing terrible poetry, and badminton.
- I’m low carb/keto. That’s not the focus of this blog, nor do I blog exclusively about eating low carb or low carb foods. But I do post about my progress and if I come up with a particularly good low carb recipe, I share it.
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chairman-meow-and-cat-benatar asked: Just had the fries at Zad. Imagine homemade Arby's fries.
I thought they closed? Did they re-open?