With St. Matthews, Shively, the East End and Portland all under the belt, the Fryars took the 2013 Challenge to the Highlands to visit St. Agnes. In a neighborhood known for – among other things – great brew and great bites, expectations were high as the Fryars rolled in. And St. Agnes lived up to the hype!
For the Fryars, there’s no better time than March, when we get to enjoy fish, beer and hoops. This past weekend we hit the trifecta with our favorite teams and favorite foods all featured at Holy Trinity, where the Fryars celebrated March Madness with some great grub and cold beers.
Stepping into Mike Linnig’s Place – a welcoming building filled with inviting smells and friendly faces – felt, for me, like going to see family.
When DiOrio’s pizza first settled into the former home of Karem’s Meats in St. Matthews, it already seemed that this booming nightspot zone was attracting more pizzerias than it could reasonably handle – and that was before Coal’s or Mellow Mushroom came to town.
Beginning March 2, 2013, Napa River Grill at Westport Village will be serving lunch, each Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. “We want to accommodate the folks who shop at Westport Village on Saturdays, this is something we are very excited about at the restaurant,” says Ned Anderson, general manager at Napa.
The second week of the 2013 Fish Fry Challenge is in the books, and the Fryars are 2 for 2. Last Friday we visited Good Shepherd, formerly known as Our Lady before its merger with St. Cecilia and St. Anthony, and one of the most historic parishes in Louisville. Located on Rudd Avenue in Portland, it’s one of the last remaining Catholic parishes in this friendly, celebrated neighborhood.