Riverside restaurants working hard to reopen after damaging February floods

Riverside restaurants working hard to reopen after damaging February floods

Author: WDRB

Published: Mar 08, 2018

Updated: Mar 08, 2018

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Captain’s Quarters seemed just about as busy Thursday as on a warm weekend night in the summer. But instead of being filled with diners and drinkers, it was painters, movers and employees working fast to get this riverside favorite back open.

“What a difference a week makes,” co-owner Andrew Masterson said. “We went from nine feet of water to almost totally dry now.”

Just last week, Masterson was floating on the flood waters and monitoring his submerged restaurant.

http://www.wdrb.com/story/37682176/riverside-restaurants-working-hard-to-reopen-after-damaging-february-floods

All-you-can-eat snow crab legs will make you love Mondays

Author: WHAS

Published: 2:25 PM EST January 24, 2018

Updated: 2:25 PM EST January 24, 2018

On Monday nights, take advantage of the all-you-can-eat snow crab legs offer for just $37.99 at River House Restaurant and Raw Bar from 4 PM – 11 PM. The fresh seafood bar is open daily at 3105 River Road, Louisville, KY. For more information call 502-899-9904 or go to RiverHouseLouisville.com.

https://www.whas11.com/article/television/great-day-live/all-you-can-eat-snow-crab-legs-will-make-you-love-mondays/511192995

Where to Brunch on Mother’s Day

Festive table setting and decoration with colorful fresh flowers

By: The Voice Tribune

Date: May 2, 2018

The best gift you can give your mother on May 13 is time together with loved ones without the demands of hosting and serving the get-together. Fortunately, giving Mom a delicious meal prepared and served by some of the country’s best chefs is easily accomplished thanks to the lavish Mother’s Day brunches offered at Louisville’s top restaurants…as long as you make your reservations well in advance! We called up some of our favorite chefs to see what’s on their Mother’s Day menus and have a select set of recommendations for you.

https://voice-tribune.com/_/life-style-2/tastes/brunch-mothers-day/

Smoked cocktails are hot on River House patio

Author: WHAS

Published: 2:25 PM EDT May 16, 2018

Updated: 2:25 PM EDT May 16, 2018

Anne Doyle is at River House Restaurant & Raw Bar with a special look at their brand new, culinary-inspired drink menu. Chef John Varanese demonstrates a few of the new cocktail and food pairings, including an extra smoky Old Fashioned.

River House Restaurant is located at 3015 River Rd, Louisville, KY. For more information or to make a reservation, call 502-897-5000 or visit www.riverhouselouisville.com

https://www.whas11.com/article/features/great-day-live/smoked-cocktails-are-hot-on-river-house-patio/417-552679940

Fishing for a Derby dinner reservation? Cruise up to River House.

Anne Doyle joins River House Restaurant & Raw Bar chef John Varanese in the kitchen to talk about preparations for this year’s Kentucky Derby weekend. The waterfront restaurant expects to handle the equivalent of three weeks’ worth of business in just three days. River House is open for lunch and dinner all week from 11:00am-11:00pm, with a special Sunday brunch buffet after Derby from 10:00am-3:00pm.

https://www.whas11.com/article/features/great-day-live/enjoy-thunder-far-from-downtown/417-543175455

Enjoy Thunder far from downtown

Love Thunder Over Louisville but don’t love the downtown traffic and sharing the waterfront with 70,000 of your closest friends? Chef John Varanese is making the most of the riverside views by serving creative cocktails and cuisine during Thunder at River House Restaurant & Raw Bar, 3015 River Road, Louisville, KY.See the menus at RiverHouseLouisville.com or call 502-897-5000.

https://www.whas11.com/article/features/great-day-live/enjoy-thunder-far-from-downtown/417-543175455

The compassionate city living up to its name, helping flood victims

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) — The widespread flood damage in Louisville has affected both homes and businesses and many still working to recover weeks later. But two generous donors are hopeful their donations will make that process move a little quicker and easier.

Lunch was served at River Road BBQ at the typical time. But it wasn’t your typical meal; instead, it was a special delivery from up the street.

https://www.whas11.com/article/news/local/the-compassionate-city-living-up-to-its-name-helping-flood-victims/417-527313329

“Halloween” before Halloween at the Levee

Levee at the River House and the Louisville Film Society have partnered for “Lights, Camera, Levee!” – a series of film screenings that are free and open to the public. They’ll host the 1978 film “Halloween” Sunday night at 8:30 PM indoors at the restaurant at 3015 River Road.

Check out the full appearance on Great Day Live below, including a surprise visitor to help with final prep!

http://www.whas11.com/entertainment/television/great-day-live/halloween-before-halloween-at-the-levee/486555130

Lights, Camera, Levee! War for the Planet of the Apes

Levee at the River House and Louisville Film Society are partnering to host “Lights, Camera, Levee!” Outdoor Movie Nights

“Lights, Camera, Levee!” will feature a series of outdoor film screenings that will be free and open to the public. The screenings will take place on the expansive lawn and patio at Levee overlooking the river, and seating is limited so guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets.

The films will start at dark, around 8:30pm each night. Levee will also offer food and drink specials during the screenings.

The series kicks off on Sunday, September 17th with a screening of the 2017 science fiction film, War for the Planet of the Apes (rated PG-13), which is still showing in theaters, so this will be the first local free screening of the film.

The screening will be held rain or shine. If the weather is an issue we will move inside.

Upcoming screenings include:

The 1980 slasher film Friday the 13th (rated R) on Friday, October 13th

The classic 1978 horror movie Halloween (rated R) on Sunday, October 29th.

Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs – River House

Watch Chef John Varanese turn a ten-year dream into reality, from concept to completion, as he builds River House and shares secrets to popular dishes prepared in the new kitchen. grilled oysters, bourbon stave salmon, and pecan pie.

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