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Edibles & Potables: “Ate x 10: A Group Exhibition About Food,” at the Carnegie...

“Edibles & Potables” is F&D’s weekly Sunday slot to consider eats, eateries, and the occasional “larger” issue located on the periphery of our customary coverage content. Actually the Carnegie Center for Art and History isn’t...

Yang Kee Noodle has closed, but looks to reopen elsewhere

According to Yang Kee Noodle, “this isn’t ‘goodbye,’ it’s a ‘see you later.'” The venerable (19 years) restaurant has vacated its space at 13301 Shelbyville Road, which is to become a Biscuit Belly, and founder/owner...

No Wiggle Room

The Wiggle Room (1066 Bardstown Road), which launched late last year on the second floor of the former HopCat beer bar building, will close. Friends, it has been an honor to Wiggle with you...

Today is National Chili Dog Day

As a special occasion, I’ll suspend my usual chain skepticism for a Skyline tout. We all have our exceptions, and this is mine. National Chili Dog Day is THIS Thursday, 7/28, but we can’t wait...

Hip Hops: What makes Goodwood’s new lager Mexican?

 Say what you will about Frank Sinatra, but the guy could sing. Say what you will about Stone Brewing—go ahead and say it, but I may just offer a corrective.  Last month, F&D’s founder and...

River House Restaurant & Raw Bar garners outdoor dining accolades from OpenTable

River House Restaurant and Raw Bar is honored to be named one of the 100 Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in America 2022 by OpenTable diners! The list is based on over 13.6 million...

Redbud Dining Room is open in the former Eiderdown space

A brief housekeeping note, if you please: When word started going around about the new place “where Eiderdown used to be,” it was rendered as Red Bud Dining Room, but the official name of...

Edibles & Potables: “The Bear,” or can the chef go home again?

 Since your digital correspondent rarely watches television, he must rely on Wikipedia to explain why you should consider doing so. The Bear is an American drama television series created by Christopher Storer. It premiered on...

North of Bourbon’s brunch launches tomorrow (Sunday, July 24)

Dinner selections from the new menu. “North of Bourbon celebrates the special relationship between New Orleans and bourbon in the unique and friendly Germantown community.” North of Bourbon (935 Goss Avenue) will debut a brunch service...

The LEE Initiative’s new Culinary Education Program

In a May survey of more than 8,000 small business owners conducted by the online referral network Alignable, more than 83% of restaurant operators reported an inability to find the workers they need. — Michael...