Louisville Magazine

MAR 2014

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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9 8 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.14 food drink Louisville Magazine publishes its comprehensive Dining Guide in EATS, issued each fall and available year-round on newsstands. In addition, each month we bring you rotating listings in various categories from the Guide. Restaurants are chosen by the editorial staff, which writes the listings. Not all local restaurants are included due to space limitations. Unless otherwise noted, restaurants are accessible to the disabled, accept major credit cards and welcome casual dress. Phone numbers are local (area code 502) unless specifed. = 2013 Best of Louisville® winner (with category) CF = Child-friendly or children's menu FB = Full bar BW = Beer and wine LN = Open until midnight or later on some days O = Outdoor seating VF = Vegetarian-friendly $ = Most entrées less than $10 per person $$ = Entrées $10-$15 per person $$$ = Entrées $15-$20 per person $$$$ = Entrées $20-$25 per person $$$$$ = Entrées over $25 per person About Our Listings FINE DINING 610 Magnolia (Local Chef) 610 Magnolia is a must for foodies. Edward Lee, one of the city's bona fde celebrity chefs with the TV street cred to prove it, cooks three- and four-course meals of modern farm-to-table cuisine with global infuences at this Old Louisville hideaway. For a more casual experience, try The Wine Studio across the street, where the restaurant offers wine tastings and cooking classes. Dinner Thurs.- Sat. Reservations required. Dress: Business casual. 610 W. Magnolia Ave., 636-0783 610magnolia.com. VF. O. FB. $$$$$. Bistro Le Relais Located in a 1930s airport terminal, this cozy nook just off the tarmac is one of the city's most romantic dining spots. The French classics like trout meuniere and steak au poivre remind you that French cuisine and fne dining remain synonymous. And you can pretend you're in a Humphrey Bogart movie. Dinner Tues.-Sun. Reservations recommended. Dress: Business casual. 2817 Taylors- ville Road, 451-9020 lerelaisrestaurant.com. VF. O. FB. $$$$$. Corbett's The swanky Von Allman Mansion is the setting for chef Dean Corbett to serve up beautifully presented plates. The seasonal menu includes fve-course prix-fxe dinners that vary nightly, as well as an à la carte selection. More casual dining is offered on the patio and in the wineskel- lar, a funky space worth the visit. Lunch Mon.-Fri.; dinner WWW.B4DERBYOLYMPICS.COM For advertising information, email advertising@loumag.com or call 625-0100, ext. 32 84-120 BACK.indd 98 2/20/14 4:57 PM

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