Louisville Magazine

JUL 2018

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sarinolouisville.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.18 15 Owned and operated by brothers, Carmelo and Michael Gabriele, Sarino is a family affair. We strive to offer excellent service and Italian cuisine at a moderate price point. • Third generation restaurateurs • Restaurant features a beautiful patio/garden • Large imported cheese and charcuterie selection • Focaccia made in-house • Craft cocktails, many draft beer options, fernet branca on tap • Unique Italian wine selection • Large bar • On site parking • Reservations accepted/walk-ins welcome • Fresh pasta made everyday in-house Tuesday-Thursday: Dinner: 5-10 / Late Night: 10-12 Friday-Saturday: Dinner: 5-11 Late / Late Night: 11-2 Sunday: 5-9 1030 Goss Ave. Louisville, KY | (502) 822-3777 sarinolouisville.com My dog had a stye back in February, and I had to drive 40 minutes to get ointment at the Feeders Supply Wellness Clinic way out in the East End. On the way home on back roads, I made a too-wide turn in the darkness and sprinkling rain and ripped a giant hole in my front passenger-side tire against a curb. I hobbled into a well- lit McDonald's parking lot nearby and struggled with the tiny jack and wrench in my Yaris. A couple stopped to help me, getting their own knees wet and muddy with their real-sized jack. They even gave my dog a pat. Jenny Kiefer Associate writer Our nearest relatives live in New Jersey, so my two young kids have no grandpar- ents, aunts or uncles to regularly dote on them and (much to my dismay) take them for an afternoon or evening. Luckily, I have great neighbors — Steve and Collette. When my toddler son hollers at Steve to come out of his house, he usually does. Steve, who is retired, taught my daughter and son how to properly shake hands and loves to visit with the kids. Collette always treats them to gifts on holidays and a popsicle on a hot summer afternoon. Another set of pseudo-grandparents who my kids actually call "Papa" and "Gigi" are kin to good friends of ours. But the way my kids light up around them, and how my son leaps into Papa's arms and squeezes his neck every time he sees him, you'd never know they didn't share blood. Anne Marshall Senior writer No matter how early in the morning or late in the day, my favorite barista at Safai Coffee Shop has a welcoming smile and an encouraging mantra. Her name is Amy, and she is a radiant person. I'm a working mother and student, and sometimes I have to haul my children with me to study or do homework. Amy breaks out crafts for the kids, puts a few extra sprinkles on a hot chocolate. Nikayla Edmondson Editorial intern Kashmir from Kashmir Indian Restaurant is part of a tradition for my son and me. I went at least once a week when I was pregnant. Once Owen was born, we still went frequently. Kashmir has watched Owen grow up over the last nine years, and he never fails to ask about him if he's not with me — though he often is be- cause now it's his favorite restaurant too. Mickie Winters Photographer

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