Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Taste Sensations for You and Your Gals


Looking to try new places or experience something fun for your tastebuds? Grab your girlfriends and head to one of these unique places. Go behind the scenes of Louisville's top chefs, have tea time or experience a day of wine tasting.


> Get behind-the-scenes access to some of the best food dishes in Louisville at a live Secrets of Louisville Chefs (502.583.1433, mintjuleptours.com/culinary-tours) taping. Check out the next show on July 11 hosted in the Kitchen Studio at Bourbon Barrel Foods and learn a new dish or cocktail recipe to make just like the local pros. Tickets include a glass of champagne, meet-and-greet with chefs and the hosts, Tim Laird and Kevin Harned, followed by a tour of the facility. To top it all off, audience members get to sample all the chefs’ food. 

> Enjoy a crisp, refreshing glass of sauvignon blanc or chardonnay made locally at Turtle Run Winery (Corydon, Indiana, 812.952.2650, turtlerunwinery.com) Girlfriends can get a lay of the land by owner and winemaker Jim Pfeiffer and end the tour with a complimentary summer wine tasting. 


Photo: http://turtlerunwinery.com

> Attend a themed Special Event High Tea in one of three rooms at Sisters Tea Parlor & Boutique (Buckner, Kentucky, 502.222.6420, sistersteaparlor.com) Get lost in the “Paris Pink Dining Room” or “Gigi’s Drawing Room” with an expansive list of teas matching the whimsical nature of the tea setting, like “Paris in a Teacup” or “Fairy Dust.” 

> Go out to eat with a plan — make a schedule of local restaurants to visit this month with friends using louisvilleoriginals.com. Become a Louisville Original Rewards Card member and receive points each time you dine at a Louisville Original restaurant. 

> Cool down and imagine an island breeze with a coconut iced latte from Sunergos Coffee. The original location on Preston Street (Downtown, 502.634.1243, sunergoscoffee.com) is offering coffee classes.


Photo: http://www.sunergoscoffee.com

> Grab a table in the outdoor courtyard and munch on a breakfast pizza at the Anchorage Cafe (Anchorage, 502.708.1880, theanchoragecafe.com) Quench your thirst on a fresh-squeezed lemonade or a nutrient-packed green smoothie after a hike on the nearby Anchorage Trails.

> Plan a dinner filled with fresh Italian deliciousness cooked by a pro at your house by Chef Gina Stipo, My Italian Table (321.412.2011, eccolacucina.com).

> Kick the weekend off early at Open Bottle Night every Thursday at Westport Whiskey & Wine (East End, 502.708.1313, westportwhiskeyandwine.com). Enjoy whiskey and wine tastings from 6-8 pm. 


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