Louisville Magazine

AUG 2015

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130 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.15 13 MARKETING THAT MAKES THE GRADE Be a part of the 2015 School Guide Now Enrolling Make plans now to place your ad in the Annual School Guide issue of Louisville Magazine. PUBLISHING NOVEMBER 2015 The area's only comprehensive listing of public and private elementary and secondary schools, with the enrollment, test scores, student/ teacher ratio and other important data parents need in their searches for the best classrooms. Also included: regional college and university listings. N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 4 $ 4 . 7 0 CITY SMELL MAP HOOPS PHOTO ESSAY (LITERALLY) TEDDY (No, Not Bridgewater) TAKES OVER CHEF ANTHONY LAMAS GETS SOBER INSIDE A TAXIDERMY SHOP SCHOOL LISTINGS 332 SCROOGE'S NEW DUDS WREN HOADLEY FIRST GRADE Space reservation deadline: September 21st Call 625-0100 or email advertising@loumag.com Because of these trends. "I defnitely think fne dining is slowly fading away. I love fne dining; I worked in fne dining for a number of years. But it's dying off because people don't want the fussiness. Look at the food truck scene that's blowing up right now. When I get to a new city, I don't even try the Michelin-starred restaurants anymore; I've been let down too many times. I go to the food trucks." — Mike Wajda, chef at Proof on Main "Simple food with a focus on ingredients." — Allan Rosenberg, who'll be chef at Fontleroys, a new gastropub set to open on the corner of Bardstown Road and Grinstead Drive Doughnuts. The Hi-Five food truck and Clifton Donut Shop. Also, the namesake of Lilly's (chef-owner Kathy Cary's daughter) delivers doughnuts under the name rockgirl7. Restaurants that pay attention to detail. The Village Anchor puts your bill in a romance novel. When you order at Garage Bar and the bartender gives you a number, it's on a ping-pong paddle, a nod to the ping- pong tables on the patio. "Fermentation is huge right now. Small plates. Health food — it's not just for the hippies anymore" — Griffn Paulin, chef at Over the 9 at Falls City Beer/Old 502 Winery on South 10th Street Small plate at Louvino in the Highlands: grit cakes with shrimp, country ham, spicy maple syrup and a sunny- side-up egg. Photo by Chris Witzke

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