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Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse in Louisville is Always a Sure Bet

Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse in Louisville is Always a Sure Bet

Updated Apr 16, 2019

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in downtown Louisville is all about high-energy, upscale dining. Throughout the year, this top Louisville restaurant is a favorite stop for many celebrities coming through town, but during the weeks leading up to and the weekend of the Kentucky Derby, the stars flock to Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in record numbers to enjoy the best dining Louisville has to offer!

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Made In Kentucky: Best Products from the Bluegrass State

Updated Mar 9, 2019

While Kentucky is famous for being the home of most bourbon distilleries and tours, the Bluegrass State also offers many other products that feature the unique character and flavor of Kentucky! Everything from candy and chocolate to racehorse liniment, soaps, furniture, unique stoneware and far more, producers in the state of Kentucky create a wide variety of high-quality products that are coveted around the world.

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Chef Joshua Moore

Chef Joshua Moore: Keeping Louisville's Dining Scene In The News

Posted Mar 9, 2019

One of Louisville’s most respected and well-liked chefs, Joshua Moore, has been in the news a lot lately! His recent win on the popular television show Chopped has kept him in the public eye as has his well known social media posts of giant fish that he brings into Volare weekly to prepare for his guests.

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Matt Weber: Uptown Cafe in Louisville

Updated Mar 9, 2019

A Louisville native Matt Weber began his culinary career at Cafe Metro, one of the city’s first premier fine dine restaurants, and the Uptown Cafe’s now-defunct sister restaurant, in the 1980’s. During his time at Cafe Metro he worked as a busser,server and Pastry Chef. He made the transition to the Uptown Cafe in the early ’90’s where he honed his cooking skills and became Head Chef. Matt lives in Crescent Hill with his wife and two sons. In addition his passion for food and wine, Matt enjoys spending time with his family, cycling and staying fit.

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Meet Chef Zac Young of Marketplace Restaurant at Theater Square in Downtown Louisville

Meet Chef Zac Young of Marketplace Restaurant at Theater Square in Downtown Louisville

Posted Mar 8, 2019

We sat down with Chef Zac Young of Marketplace Restaurant at Theater Square in Louisville, Kentucky. Here's what he had to say about cooking, life as a foodie in the Derby City and more!

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Geoffrey Heyde Fork & Barrel

Chef Geoffrey Heyde: Fork & Barrel

Updated Mar 8, 2019

Originally from New England, Geoffrey Heyde was lured into the culinary world when his passion for food and the industry was recognized at an early age. Geoffrey went on to study culinary arts at the world-renowned Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. He learned to prepare and present foods that magically bring together aesthetics and taste while developing his own unique style and flair. Geoffrey has dedicated his energies to better understanding Kentucky’s fascinating food history and trends, fashioning them to accommodate Louisville’s unique and down-to-earth lifestyle. Opening Fork & Barrel restaurant in Louisville has been a dream of Geoffrey’s for a long time. Alongside his wife, he has created the adventure of a lifetime.

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Get to Know Chef Allen Hubbard: Martini Italian Bistro in Louisville

Get to Know Chef Allen Hubbard: Martini Italian Bistro in Louisville

Updated Mar 8, 2019

Allen Hubbard was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and has two children. He spent six years in the US Marine Corps as a Food Service Specialist and graduated from Sullivan University with a Culinary Arts Degree. He worked as Sous Chef at Vincenzo's, spent 4 years as an Executive Chef at 2 local universities and has been with Martini Italian Bistro for more than 7 years. Hubbard's hobbies include going to the track, dancing, traveling and of course, enjoying a great meal!

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Louisville Mega Cavern Underground Zip-Line Course

Louisville Mega Cavern Underground Zip-Line Course

Posted Feb 19, 2019

By: Kirsten E. Silven

Housed in a former limestone quarry, the 100-acre Mega Cavern in Louisville is home to the world’s first underground zip-line course, offering adventure-seekers a spectacular and truly unique experience. Although it’s not a natural cave system, the Mega Cavern is nothing short of breathtaking, with towering columns of sheer rock to support the massive underground space, whichlies beneath 10 lanes of the Waterson Expressway (I-264) and parts of the Louisville Zoo!

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The Nature of Bullitt County

Updated Feb 4, 2019

When planning your vacation, consider Shepherdsville and Bullitt County, just 20 minutes
from downtown Louisville, KY. From weekend getaways to week long adventures, we have you covered.

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