- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on January 21, 2019
Bluegrass Hospitality Group is looking to expand its presence in Louisville by bringing a new concept to the table. The Lexington-based restaurant group filed initial documents with Louisville Planning & Design Services last week for a proposed 12,900-square-foot restaurant in the Springhurst Towne Center,...
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on January 14, 2019
Although many restaurants in Louisville offer gluten-free options, they still may not be an option for some with celiac disease. “I can’t even go to a pizza restaurant and sit down because there is so much flour in the air,” said the personal chef...
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on January 11, 2019
The owners of Misawa Hibachi & Sushi Bar want the forthcoming Japanese restaurant to be a bit like Misawa, Japan. Restaurants in the city, they explained, cater to the Misawa Air Base, which houses thousands of U.S. military members, by offering a slightly Americanized version...
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on December 14, 2018
After a few days of heavy hinting, the owner of the Frankfort Avenue noodle shop Mirin has revealed his plans to add a second location. “It’s true, we are opening a 2nd Mirin in downtown New Albany,” owner Griffin Paulin posted on Facebook. Insider reached out to...
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on December 6, 2018
Farm to Fork owner Sherry Hurley has grown beyond catering only to opening a storefront serving breakfast and lunch in the Portland neighborhood.
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on November 28, 2018
Lydia House, located at 1101 Lydia St., is closing after almost four years in business, owner Emily Ruff announced on Facebook.
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on November 26, 2018
Updated with comment from Michael Crouch. Two local restaurants shuttered during the holiday weekend. Bistro 1860, at 1765 Mellwood Ave., announced on Facebook Saturday that it was the fine dining restaurant’s last day, citing “irreconcilable differences with our landlord.” Ron Kayrouz and Terry Fereday...
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on November 14, 2018
A franchisee group has hired an attorney, and an asset management firm is upping the ante on its bet that Papa John's will recover from negative publicity.
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on November 12, 2018
Doc Crow's Smokehouse & Raw Bar is under new management — sort of. Bertuca Organization has purchased a majority stake in the restaurant.
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on November 8, 2018
Citing personal needs, Gospel Bird owner Eric Morris announced yesterday that he plans to close the restaurant in the next two weeks. An exact closing date isn’t set yet for the restaurant, located in downtown New Albany, but he said in an interview he...