by Conner Forrest A Louisville restauranteur is planning to open a USDA-certified organic farm. Ramsi Kamar, of Ramsi’s Café on the World, and his consultant, Patrick Piuma of Urban Design Studio hope to open the farm in 2013. Kamar owns land in Fisherville, where construction has already begun. Kamar, a native of Jerusalem has owned… Continue reading Owner of Ramsi’s Cafe Developing Organic Farm in Fisherville
The Department of Health and Wellness is using about 500 thousand dollars of a nearly 8 million dollar federal grant to hire at least four dieticians and chefs. The new staff will work with restaurants to figure out how many calories are in certain items.
The dip in the economy has restaurant owners and chefs scrambling for new ways to bring in customers. As WFPL’s Stephanie Sanders reports, those tweaks range from attempts to make dining more comfortable to the ingredients on your plate.
Louisville restaurants had a tough year in 2008 and many continue to struggle to bring diners through the door. But Kentucky Restaurant Association head Stacy Roof says attracting diners – who feel they don’t have the money to spend dining out –is only one of the problems restaurants are facing
The chef from Louisville’s Proof on Main restaurant will go to Washington D.C. next month to cook for an inaugural ball.
A new kind of movie theater is planned to open next year in Louisville. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. Vanguard Cinema will be a movie theater with two screens — along with a restaurant and bar — and will show a variety of independent and foreign films at the Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center. The Vanguard… Continue reading New Kind of Cinema Slated to Open in Louisville