This spring, in addition to the warm weather, we are excited to try out the new restaurants popping up around town. Check out our list of new Louisville restaurants.
Louisville Food & Dining
Louisville is known for fabulous restaurants. When you’re wondering where to eat, start with StyleBlueprint. But fair warning, these recommendations will make you hungry! From dives, to bars, to fine dining and romantic dates, to all types of food in Louisville, we highlight the best of Louisville’s locally owned restaurants as you expect nothing less. Check out the SB Guide for a listing of Louisville’s best local restaurants, categorized by neighborhood, and download the FREE SB App, to have it all at your fingertips, HERE.
What if you just had to make ONE cake each season … What would you pick? Here are the ones we pick and we think you’ll love them, too. Enjoy!
From Louisville to the far Eastern Kentucky state line, discover our small-town dining gems that offer big flavors rivaled only by their local charm.
For those not familiar with Outstanding in the Field, let me gush. If you love great food, in particular great LOCAL food, consumed in the middle of a gorgeous field with similar food lovers surrounding you, then this is your destination. Read on, then get ready to buy your tickets!
Coconut cake is always in season!
If you’re not feeling like a celebrity chef, simply dump your ingredients in a pot, kick back and relax. No need to feel guilty — our grandmothers did this too!
Have you ever wondered where Louisville’s top chefs grab a bite? See what these talented epicures go for when they’re craving a cheap eat!
If you’re following the ketogenic diet, then you’ll enjoy these recipes by Jen Fisch of ketointhecity.com.
Southern bartenders spill their essentials for building the perfect at-home bar.
Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, right? This is particularly true in Louisville, where the celebration transcends all races, cultures and creeds.
We’re throwing it back a few years and re-featuring some amazing pasta dishes from our recipe archives. Take a look, get your shopping list in order, and whip up your new favorite dish!
From Katie Jacobs: My mom collaborated on a cookbook for the Monroe Carell Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University in 2005. During that year, our dinner table was filled with recipes she was testing for the book. I think everyone agrees that this strawberry shortcake was the star of that book, and it ultimately became a