- You still have one day to pledge your financial support to the Louisville Public Media spring membership drive. Technically, you can donate any time, but you get cool stuff during the fund drive. I was lucky enough to be a part of a volunteer group that Melissa, aka Loueyville, organized to work the phones Thursday night. Find out more about making a donation here.
- Louisville got a shout out in Southern Living for being one of the South’s top 10 “Tastiest Towns.” Durham, N.C., won top honors. We’ll get ’em next year. (Southern Living)
- Louisville Originals, a local-restaurant coalition, has filed a lawsuit against Asiatique co-owner Pabs Sembillo for alleged embezzlement. (Insider Louisville)
- “Cunningham’s, a popular Fourth Street restaurant known primarily for oversized fish sandwiches, is listed for sale for $675,000, but the son of the owners says he may take over the store’s operation and remove it from the market.” Well, that’s clear as mud. (Courier-Journal)
- Chipotle will open its second Louisville location at 10331 Westport Road in front of Home Depot. (Business First of Louisville)
- Erika Chavez-Graziano, the owner of Cellar Door Chocolates, plans to open a restaurant in Butchertown Market called Jackknife. The restaurant, set to open in July, will serve brunch and lunch. (Insider Louisville)
- Susan Hershberg, the owner of Wiltshire on Market restaurant, will open another storefront at 901 Barret Ave. called Wiltshire Pantry Bakery and Cafe. The eatery will serve baked goods, soups, sandwiches and coffee. (Insider Louisville)