Arguably, Louisville's best veggie burger is in Indiana. I'm talking about the Red Yeti on Spring Street in Jeffersonville. Yes, Google maps, it's easy to locate in normal traffic. The owner's sense of whimsy extends to clever dish naming. The vegetarian burger, for instance, is called a fauxhawk. Served with macaroni and cheese, this is... Continue Reading →
This one is easy. That’s because the four best pizzerias for vegetarians are also the four best pizzerias, period. The Post The Post ripped into Louisville about four years ago with an unbeatable formula: excellent pizza at affordable prices and off street parking. The restaurant took over a veteran’s post and has incorporated that legacy... Continue Reading →
I confess to being a little unnerved when I walked into Morels and saw the neon “future is fake” sign. I would have said the future is very real food that you grow in your own backyard. Or buy from a farmer’s market or fresh stop. That said, and setting vegetarian philosophies aside, lunch at... Continue Reading →
The first thing you notice about Naïve, a relatively new restaurant that’s opened in the hot Butchertown neighborhood, is the mostly white, airy atmosphere. It’s a delightful place to hang out. The bright digs and cleverly crafted, light cuisine have already won a loyal following in Louisville’s midtown. Trendy crowd here Naïve is basically a... Continue Reading →
V-Grits opened three months ago with a bang, and it's been a happening place in Germantown ever since. This restaurant's owners did a lot of things right from the get go. They started out with a food truck, provided a high-quality product, and got their name out there. They built up a clientele that would... Continue Reading →
I can't say enough good things about Butchertown Pizza Hall and its thoughtful inclusion of vegetarian and vegan options.
If you don't live in Okolona, Kentucky, Little Jerusalem might be a little pilgrimage. But it is well worth it. Located in what was once a single family home off the Outer Loop, this gem of a restaurant offers many delicious options for Louisville's vegetarians and vegans. The lentil soup, laced with lemon juice, was... Continue Reading →
I had high expectations of Shreeji, the newest vegetarian restaurant in Louisville. Hindus and other Indians have developed a great vegetarian cuisine. After all, they've had centuries of religious strictures against meat eating to work on their recipes. But Shreeji was a disappointment on a number of levels.
Put on your big girl panties and act like a fortune five hundred, even if you're not. Potlucks tell your employees and clients that you are a piss poor business.