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Get to Know Some of the Best Chefs in Louisville

Get to Know Some of the Best Chefs in Louisville

Posted Jul 2, 2019

Louisville has gained a national reputation as one of the best foodie destinations in the country. Nearly any list of top culinary destinations will mention Louisville as a must-do! National Geographic, Zagat, Travel + Leisure and members of the International Association of Culinary Professionals have all ranked Louisville as one of the top-rated foodie destinations in the world. Scroll Down to View Our Photo Gallery of the Best Chefs in Louisville!

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Geoffrey Heyde Fork & Barrel

Chef Geoffrey Heyde: Fork & Barrel

Posted Jul 2, 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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Experience South Fourth Street in Downtown Louisville!

Experience South Fourth Street in Downtown Louisville!

Updated Jun 21, 2019

South Fourth: Cool Shops. Classic Street

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Louie the Troll

The Best Casual Dining Restaurants in Downtown Louisville, Kentucky

Updated Jun 21, 2019

Downtown Louisville is a thriving hub of activity that includes concerts, sporting events of all types and cultural events that will rival those of any metropolitan area. The area continues to boom with new hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues opening at a very rapid pace.

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Dining Along Historic Frankfort Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky

Dining Along Historic Frankfort Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky

Posted Jun 18, 2019

Over the past several years, Frankfort Avenue in Louisville has become a hotbed for some of the best local dining spots. Restaurants along "The Avenue," as locals fondly call it, feature a variety of cuisines and most of these are chef owned and operated, adding to their appeal and success.

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Holiday Shopping in Louisville

Holiday Shopping in Louisville

Updated May 20, 2019

If you haven’t started already, chances are your holiday shopping days are just around the corner and approaching fast. Fortunately, Louisville is home to a wide array of shops and boutiques offering something for everyone on your list this holiday season! To help you narrow it down, here are our favorite destinations for holiday shopping in Louisville this year.

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My Old Kentucky Homemade: Kern's Kitchen and Derby-Pie

My Old Kentucky Homemade: Kern's Kitchen and Derby-Pie

Updated May 13, 2019

Handcrafted for more than 60 years in Louisville, Kern’s Derby-Pie® chocolate nut pie is a true – and truly delicious – Kentucky tradition. Leaudra and Walter Kern, along with their son George, created the very first Derby-Pie® in 1954 at the Melrose Inn, which was located in Prospect, Kentucky. To this day, Kern’s Kitchen still crafts each pie, one at a time, according to that legendary secret recipe.

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Experience the Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky

Posted May 3, 2019

The Kentucky Derby is often referred to as the “Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” or the “Run for the Roses,” signifying the famous blanket of roses that is always draped over the winning horse. The Derby is also the first leg of the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, with the Preakness and then the Belmont Stakes to follow.

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Kentucky Oaks 2019 Puts the Focus on the Fillies

Posted May 3, 2019

Often called the “Race for the Lilies,” the stargazer lily is the official flower of the Kentucky Oaks, making pink the preferred color in both men’s and women’s fashion. 

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