Kayrouz Cafe does food and safety right Wednesday, Sep 15 2021 

By Robin Garr LouisvilleHotBytes.com Show me a fourth generation family restaurant that traces its heritage back through several locations to the 1920s, and I’ll show you a restaurant that’s doing things right. That would be Kayrouz Cafe, and it should come as no surprise that the current generation is handling Covid safety with style and … Continue reading Kayrouz Cafe does food and safety right

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Fill up on great sandwiches at Starving Artist Wednesday, Aug 18 2021 

By Robin Garr LouisvilleHotBytes.com Not that I’m worried about the Delta variant or anything – well, not too much. But it may have been a factor the other day in my decision to try takeout for the first time in a while. This is how I ended up at Starving Artist Café & Deli in … Continue reading Fill up on great sandwiches at Starving Artist

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Noosh Nosh satisfies at any time of day Wednesday, Jul 21 2021 

By Robin Garr LouisvilleHotBytes.com Here is the eternal question about dining out: Do we want to go someplace excellent but pricey, or shall we hit an eatery with great affordable fare? Thanks to the wit and wisdom of Chef Anoosh Shariat, you can jump in the car and hold that decision until you swing into … Continue reading Noosh Nosh satisfies at any time of day

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Stevens and Stevens fills us up with deli delights Wednesday, Jun 30 2021 

By Robin Garr LouisvilleHotBytes.com Just about everyone likes a good New York deli, but judging from my mailbox, an awful lot of people around Louisville don’t know where to go to find one. Here’s the bad news: Purists, unfortunately, will have to drive 110 miles to nosh at Shapiro’s Deli in Indianapolis. But if you’re … Continue reading Stevens and Stevens fills us up with deli delights

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Wild Eggs scores with every plate Wednesday, Jun 16 2021 

By Robin Garr LouisvilleHotBytes.com One cloudy, stormy looking March afternoon last year, when lockdown had just begun and we all were starting to reckon with the scary reality that the pandemic was here to stay for a while, I got out and walked through a completely deserted Westport Village. I walked up to the big … Continue reading Wild Eggs scores with every plate

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Lonnie’s hot dogs deliver Chicago flavor Wednesday, Apr 14 2021 

Let's go to Lonnie’s Best Taste of Chicago, serving Louisville its best and most authentic Chicago dog for the past 20 years.

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Boujie Biscuit brings the comfort Wednesday, Nov 11 2020 

Covid is spiking … again. The election remains undecided as I write this, and chances are there’ll still be plenty of political controversy and yelling when you read this. It’s just plain common sense to reach for comfort food right now, and it’s hard for me to imagine an item more comforting than a warm … Continue reading Boujie Biscuit brings the comfort

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Butchertown Grocery Bakery bakes up deliciousness Wednesday, Jan 8 2020 

The funky, stylish storefront offers European-style artisan breads, pastries, desserts, and an intriguing menu of creative sandwiches, salads, greens and grains, plus espresso drinks, beer and bourbon out front of its expansive bakery space. Nope, it’s not Blue Dog, but it follows a similar path to deliciousness as the Crescent Hill icon: We’re looking at … Continue reading Butchertown Grocery Bakery bakes up deliciousness

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Shirley Mae’s puts the soul in soul food Wednesday, Oct 16 2019 

Some say that the art of soul, in music or in food, can never be mastered by white folks, and I can buy this hypothesis: Lacking a history of slavery and oppression, we just don’t have the tools born of heritage. But we can certainly enjoy soul, and honor it, whether we’re listening to Aretha … Continue reading Shirley Mae’s puts the soul in soul food

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The Table does well by doing good Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Wouldn’t it be a wonderful thing if every restaurant followed the pay-what-you-can model of The Table in Portland? What if Vincenzo’s or Jeff Ruby’s, for example, made its menu pricing variable depending on what the diner could afford? Or offered creative alternatives like putting in a few hours serving tables or helping out with kitchen … Continue reading The Table does well by doing good

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