10 Tables, Coffee Wars, Chew Dinner Series, Appalachian Food Summit, & More! in the Weekly Miscellany
Don’t tell anyone, but the new City Barbecue on Lexington’s Harrodsburg Road has a soft open today, with its grand opening tomorrow, Saturday, December 13.
The Coffee Wars: Starbucks vs McDonald’s vs Dunkin Donuts vs Krispy Kreme. Or you could drink from your local coffee house where the coffee is better.
10 Tables, a “secretive dining club concept” in Louisville is willing to let you make a reservation if you’re selected in a lottery once its Facebook page reaches 500 likes. But since it’s a secret that may take awhile.
The Lexington CHEW Dinner Series is now available for reservations. There are four throughout the year, each featuring a farm to table menu by a different chef in a different Lexington neighborhood.
The Atlantic has a feature on West Virginia’s J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works: Artisanal Salt From an Ancient Sea
Thrillist has selected Louisville’s Grind Burger Kitchen’s B&B burger as one of its 15 Best New Burgers of 2014.
The Appalachian Food Summit has announced its next date: September 26, 2015. Further details will be announced in January.
The #EatKentucky Featured Photo is of macaron shells from La Petite Sucre. Fresh from the oven, they await delicious filling.