21st Amendment Tavern expands its vegetarian options

The 21st Amendment Tavern is one of the most beautiful renovations to hit the Shelby Park/Merriwether/Germantown district of late. One of the may things I love about 21st Amendment Tavern is that it's in easy walking distance of my home. Some of you might remember this as the space formerly known as the Cure. This... Continue Reading →

Vegetarian at Anoosh Bistro

"I've made Madiera sauce," the carnivore said. "When I was cooking in Atlantic City." "You've never made it for me!" I whined. He then described a sauce so replete in animal fat, I blacked out somewhere between the butter and bacon. The Madiera sauce at Anoosh Bistro was absolutely delicious without being that heavy or... Continue Reading →

Dear Reader, I started LouisvilleVegetarian.com about two years ago as a way to support restaurants, local growers, and local vegetarians. I am now very busy with other projects. Among other things, I am writing a book about going solar. I am having trouble finding the time to keep this site up to date. But I... Continue Reading →

Veg out with Red Top Dogs

If you're looking for a gourmet meatless hot dog, Red Top Dogs, at Logan and Mary Streets, has you covered. I had occasion to try the veg-out dog from RTD because they brought a food truck to the recent bike in at Shelby Park. The hot dog was hearty and delicious. Tofu sausage comes encased... Continue Reading →

Lunch at Eiderdown

Traditional German cuisine doesn't offer a lot to vegetarians. When a girl in a dirndl is coming your way with a plate of food, it is usually brat or wurst. Luckily, Eiderdown, on Goss Street in Louisville's Germantown neighborhood, is not entirely traditional. Eiderdown is, in fact, very friendly to its vegetarian customers. A modest... Continue Reading →

Fabulously faux at Red Yeti

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 →

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