The city’s most delicious eating and drinking podcast is back, dishing up the latest in Louisville’s restaurant scene. We start with big news on Fourth Street Live, where chef Edward Lee announced he will open a whiskey and burger spot dubbed Whiskey Dry, later this year. Also, we mourn the loss of the BBC in St. Matthews, and wonder how the next concept will do in its favorable location for nightlife. We’re hearing owner Pat Hagan is considering duplicating the BBC location elsewhere in the city.

On the EatDrinkTalk.net web site, we update news about Louisville Vegan Jerky owner Stanley Chase III, who announced plans to open a Highlands storefront named Morel, this spring. The reviews on the Goss Avenue Pub are all favorable so far, boosting the creds of Schnitzelburg-Germantown as a foodie destination. Down the street at The Pearl, they’re selling private barrel picks of bourbon at an amazing rate. Looking ahead, Steve has written about Robert Simonson, the acclaimed author who will make an appearance Sunday at Copper & Kings.

Speaking of events, Tailspin Ale Fest is Feb. 18, so Rick went to Bowman Field to check on what’s new with the fourth-annual shindig with organizer Tisha Gainey. Steve’s guests are James Gunnoe and Heather Burks, owners of Eiderdown, who are revamping and reopening their six-year-old restaurant week.

Of course, EDT always has some great favorites to talk about. With plenty of courses to choose from, Steve chose the crab and corn Bisque as his favorite dish served at the Latin All-Stars dinner last week. Rick opted for spicy shrimp and roasted peanut stir-fry at August Moon. The last course at the Latin All-Stars dinner was paired with a 23-year-old Panama Pacific Rum that had Steve wishing for seconds, while Rick opted for August Moon’s ginger and honey mojito.

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James Gunnoe and Heather Burks
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Tisha Gainey

 

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