- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on May 19, 2019
It wasn’t that long ago when Jeffersonville played the role of the quintessential sleepy little river town. For years, Jeffboat was the last enduring reminder of the shipbuilding epicenter the place once was. But a walking connection to Louisville in the form of the...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on April 19, 2019
River Ridge Commerce Center, the industrial business complex situated between Jeffersonville and Charlestown in a former U.S. Army ammunition plant, has its sights squarely set on continued growth. The complex currently is home to more than 50 businesses that employ 10,000 people, but River...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on December 3, 2018
As hot chicken continues to slowly emerge in the Louisville area, Cox’s Hot Chicken joins the fray of flying feathers, opening recently in New Albany.
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on October 29, 2018
Jeffersonville's Growler USA will house a 43-foot bar, 100 taps, seating for about 150 inside and a patio with two fire pits that will seat another 60-plus.
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on September 20, 2018
The brisket at Big Ben's was thick, juicy and fatty, with plenty of flavor. The only downside is that trying to eat it as a sandwich is borderline foolish.
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on September 2, 2018
Orange Clover Kitchen has been quietly serving breakfast and lunch to eager diners since late 2011 just across the Clark Memorial Bridge in Jeffersonville.
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on July 13, 2018
Geraldine Hoyland loved the Pittsburgh tradition of creating salads with french fries in them. In fact, she loved salads in general. “She was always on a diet,” says Christa Hoyland, co-owner of Geraldine’s Kitchen, a new cafe in downtown Jeffersonville that will celebrate its...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on July 7, 2018
Tucked out of the way in Jeffersonville, in the space once occupied by a Quizno’s, Mexico City Taqueria & Restaurant looks on the outside like a murky hole-in-the-wall. But open the front door, and you walk into a sea of Latin color. Really, it’s...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on June 20, 2018
When you look at the menu for Bridge & Barrel, a newish restaurant on the river in Jeffersonville, it looks like it could be any one of the many Southern-inspired-meets-bourbon-bar places Louisville seems so fond of. The difference? The views. Nestled between the Big...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on June 13, 2018
In early 2018, Jeffersonville saw a new barbecue joint open in the form of American Smokehouse Stadium. A couple of months later, it closed. But that closure was really more of a reboot, with owner Nathan Todaro bringing in a new chef, Chris Klingenstein,...