A Louisville dining experience unlike any other is coming October 25! Take a tour of the best local restaurants with Mint Julep. The next Southern Supper Series progressive dinner has a ‘smokin’ theme for all the smoke lovers out there! See how Harvest, Volare and Fountain on Fourth interpret the theme.
Each Louisville restaurant will serve a course paired with a cocktail. You’ll travel from place to place with a Mint Julep tour guide on one of our luxury buses. Meet at Harvest at 5:45 p.m. to begin the adventure! We’ll return you here at the end of the evening. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
Executive chef Jeff Dailey sources nearly all the vegetables and produce for Harvest from within 100 miles of the restaurant. This local foodie favorite has been a staple to the NuLu neighborhood since 2011. Your appetizer and paired cocktail here are sure to be fresh and flavorful!
Executive chef Josh Moore isn’t just a great cook, he’s also a fantastic farmer. You may even see ingredients from his Taylorsville, Kentucky farm in your entree at Volare. This Clifton neighborhood restaurant specializes in modern Italian dishes with Southern flair.
Fountain on Fourth
Newcomer Fountain on Fourth melds two great treats – alcohol and ice cream! Your dessert will come to life in front of your eyes using liquid nitrogen. Boozy sweets will be paired with actual booze to end your meal.
Book Southern Supper Series: Smokin October
You can join this awesome foodie adventure! Book your Louisville food tour by clicking the green button below. The cost is $119 per person. That includes three courses paired with cocktails, guided transportation and restaurant gratuity.
About the Author – Rachel Nix
Rachel Nix has been Director of Marketing at Mint Julep since 2017. Her extensive bourbon education includes becoming an Executive Bourbon Steward through the Stave & Thief Society and graduating from Woodford Reserve’s Bourbon Academy. She is a Certified Tourism Ambassador and enthusiastic advocate for her adopted hometown of Louisville. When she’s not promoting Mint Julep’s portfolio of southern experiences, she can be found walking her dog or enjoying a drink on a Germantown patio.