Downtown Louisville is not a place I go frequently, but the food at Scratch Steakhouse and Lounge is so good that might change. What the interior of the steakhouse lacks in ambiance, it makes up for in big flavors.
With the arrival since last fall of Scratch Steakhouse & Lounge, UnHitched Brewing Co., In the Mix Bakery and the tourist-attracting Umbrella Alley, downtown Louisville has become a destination. “I definitely got here at the perfect time,” said Demond Germany, owner and executive chef of Scratch Steakhouse.
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It certainly seemed bold and risky to launch a new bakery in April, in the midst of the coronavirus stay-at-home order. But following her longtime dream, Ashley Graham, 23, went ahead and followed her plan to open In the Mix Bakery at 234 E Main Street in downtown Louisville.
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My husband, Dave, and I are big fans of local craft beer, so we were eager to try out one of Stark County’s newest breweries. UnHitched Brewing Co. in Louisville opened at the end of October. We heard great things from friends and coworkers who’d visited and had high hopes for our own stop in mid-December.
A property that once housed a German American social club has been transformed into a venue to help couples celebrate the most special day of their lives. Waters Edge Vineyard at 7085 Georgetown Road NE in Louisville sits on 33 acres.
Upscale dinners are great and all, but there’s something to be said for getting down and dirty with simple, delicious, inexpensive food. This was easily one of the messiest dinners I’ve ever had. Jimmy’s Backyard BBQ is worth a visit, but I’d avoid wearing white.