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Topic - Lynn Winter
Louisville is home to plenty of originals that liven up a visit to Kentucky's largest city, best known for a 2-minute sporting event.
Shadowbox with a silhouetted Muhammad Ali. Grab a bat and take a few swings in a batting cage at the Louisville Slugger Museum. Dig into a Hot Brown at the place where the savory sandwich was created. Sip Kentucky bourbons at a hotel where Al Capone played blackjack.
Ms. Winter, a Louisville native who opened the restaurant in 1991, said the trend toward owner-operated restaurants has mushroomed in the city's many distinctive neighborhoods in recent years.
Winter, a Louisville native who opened the restaurant in 1991, said the trend toward owner-operated restaurants has mushroomed in Louisville's many distinctive neighborhoods in recent years.