Edible Directory

June 25, 2018
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Note of Appreciation 

Our hearty thanks to all our advertisers for their support of edible LOUISVILLE & THE BLUEGRASS, including our advertisers isted in the Dining Guide and the 2018 Beverage Guide. Please support these businesses and let them know you saw them in edible

A&A Lawn Service & Landscaping, LLC 

Provides dependable, affordable, and superior service for all lawn service and landscape needs. We specialize in creating outdoor spaces that are beautiful yet functional. From basic landscaping to complete renovations, we have you covered. www.AA-LawnService.com. 

Angel’s Envy 

We create artisan, award-winning whiskeys, blending our finished spirits in small batches of 8 to 12 barrels at a time. Tours available. 500 E. Main St. Louisville 40202. 502- 890- 6300. tour@angelsenvy.com. www.angelsenvy.com

Cadence and Core 

Stott Pilates is a holistic approach to an acclaimed mind-body exercise system that is safe, yet challenging, for all fitness levels. Classes include: Pilates, core strength and flexibility, injury rehabilitation, pre-natal transition, sport specific enhancement. 1437 Story Ave, Louisville, 40206. By appointment: 502-291-9715. 

Copper & Kings American Brandy 

We make definitive American brandy influenced by American whiskey and American music. We use traditional copper pot-distillation to forge non-traditional craft-distilled, natural, pure pot-still American brandies. www.CopperAndKings.com. 

Dutch Creek Farm 

Located in Pleasureville, Kentucky, Dutch Creek Farm is an environmentally friendly, diversified livestock farm producing market grass-fed beef, pastured poultry and eggs. 609 Magruder Lane, Pleasureville, KY 40057-7017, 502-321- 2727, www.DutchCreekFarm.net 

Frankfort/Franklin County Tourist & Convention Commission 

Kentucky’s capital city nestled between Louisville and Lexington along the Kentucky River is in the heart of bourbon, horse and wine country. With a plethora of historical sites, eclectic shops and restaurants to genealogy, arts and don’t forget about the bourbon. Come and visit ~ stay awhile and enjoy our southern hospitality and our Kentucky River heritage. www.VisitFrankfort.com. 

Georgetown/Scott County Tourism 

Experience the picturesque and historic downtown of Georgetown. Savor local cuisine and browse for treasures in one of the many antiques/boutiques shops, flea markets and pick up values at the Factory Stores Shopping Center. www.GeorgetownKY.com 888-863-8600. 

Harrodsburg/Mercer County Tourist Commission 

Sitting amidst four National Register Historic Districts in the heart of Kentucky’s famed Bluegrass region is Kentucky’s oldest town – one of the coolest places in history. Authentic, affordable, family-friendly – and full of the unexpected. www.HarrodsburgKy.com. 

Heine Brothers 

A 100% fair trade & organic coffee roaster with 13 shops in Louisville, one in southern IN, and a mobile Airstream espresso bar. Since opening, Heine Brothers has donated to numerous community groups, recycling, buying locally, and are founding members of the world’s 1st fair-trade coffee buying cooperative. www.HeineBrosCoffee.com. 

Limbwalker Tree Service 

Tree services for residential and commercial. Fully insured, 24 hour emergency service, removal, trimming, pruning, clean up and brush removal, firewood, cooking wood. www.Limbwalkerstexarkana.com. 

Lotsa Pasta 

Our family has been bringing the Best of the World to Louisville for 35 years. Offering the finest pastas, bread, cheese, gourmet delicacies, homemade specialty items, and Gourmet Gift Baskets. Catering services available. Stop in our Cafe! 896-6361, 3717 Lexington Rd, Louisville, 40207. www.LotsaPastaLouisville.com. 

Kentucky Tourism 

From the rolling bluegrass-covered hills of legendary Horse Country to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and world-renowned outdoor adventure, we invite you to visit Kentucky and experience the unbridled spirit that runs wild in the Bluegrass State. www.KentuckyTourism.com. 

Oldham County Tourism 

Oldham County is known for its natural beauty showcased through its famous up-close-and-personal farm tours, outdoor weddings, Main Street in La Grange, shopping and dining farm-to-table, and Kentucky Artisan Distillery and Yew Dell Botanical Gardens. www.TourOldham.com. 


Prudential specializes in the installation, maintenance and repair of heating, air conditioning and indoor air quality systems for residential and commercial customers. www.PrudentialHVAC.com. 

Republic Bank 

Headquartered in Louisville, Republic Bank is the largest Kentucky based bank. Backed by the latest technology, we offer a wide variety of products and services, while also providing the personal understanding that comes from being a part of your community. www.republicbank.com 

Saint Matthews Farmers’ Market 

The St. Matthews Farmers’ Market creates a festive, family-friendly free event on Saturdays where local farmers can sell their goods and connect with the community. Located at Beargrass Christian Church, 4100 Shelbyville Rd., Louisville. 502-896-1161. www.smfarmersmarket.com 

St. Matthews Feed & Seed 

St. Matthews Feed & Seed is a unique and complete garden center. We feature seasonal heirloom and organic vegetable plants and seeds, organic growing mixes and fertilizers, annual and perennial plants, trees and shrubs, lawn supplies and controls, indoor and outdoor planters, tools, bird seeds, feeders and houses, house plants and great garden gifts. 225 Chenoweth Lane, Louisville, KY 40207 . 502-896-4473. www.Feed-Seed.com 

Shelby County Tourism & Visitors Bureau 

Thousands come to our community because they appreciate the beauty of the American Saddlebred Horse. Visit one of many shops or eateries downtown; check out one of the local hangouts, JT’s Pizza and Subs. Shop in our newest tourism destination—The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass; go fishing & camping at Lake Shelby or Guist Creek Lake & Marina. Be sure to check out our Craft Distillery “Jeptha Creed.” www.VisitShelbyKy.com. 

Shepherdsville/Bullitt County Tourist & Convention Commission 

Located off I-65, Shepherdsville/Bullitt County offers shopping, tours, lodging and more. Experience Jim Beam and Four Roses Bourbon, glass-blowing artisans, four wineries, and Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. www.TravelBullitt. org. 

Waterfront Botanical Gardens 

Our mission is to develop experiences that promote appreciation and understanding of plants for a more harmonious and sustainable world. www.WaterfrontGardens.org 

Weisenberger Mills 

Weisenberger Mills, a 6th generation family operated mill, proudly produces more than 70 all natural grain products. P.O. Box 215, Midway 40347; 800-643-8678; email: sales@weisenberger.com. www.weisenberger.com 

Wilderness Trail 

Premium spirits using grains come grown three miles away from distillery. Support your local distillery. Tue-Sat 10am-4pm, hourly tours. Gift Shop & Tastings Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. 4095 Lebanon Rd. Danville, 40422. www.wildernesstracedistillery.com 

Wine Market 

Selling wine in The Highlands for over 10 years, our knowledgeable staff is available to answer all questions about wine and food pairings. Our strength is our service. Wine samplings daily from 4–8pm. 1200 Bardstown Road, 40204, 502-451-7446, www.thewinemarket.net

Yew Dell 

Yew Dell is dedicated to garden education, exquisite display and research into new and superior plants for the region. Yew Dell is now one of only 13 American gardens designated as Partnership Gardens by the Garden Conservancy, a national group dedicated to preserving America’s exceptional gardens. 220 Old LaGrange Road, Crestwood, 40014, 241-4788; Mon-Fri 10am–4pm; www.yewdellgardens.org 

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