When USA Today was looking for 40 best bites in Louisville, they visited with Good Folks Coffee Company, Bristol Bar & Grill, Doc Crow’s, the Brown Hotel, Butchertown Grocery, Copper & Kings and more!
For their latest ’36 Hours in Louisville’ feature, the New York Times worked with Estes PR to visit Butchertown Grocery, Copper & Kings and the Brown Hotel.
Estes PR had four clients on the semifinalist list for 2016 James Beard Foundation Awards including Mabel Gray, Bluestem, chef Jesse Houston of Saltine, and chef Paul Fehribach of Big Jones.
Derby season brought The Local Palate to the Brown Hotel for party appetizers and cocktails featuring local spirits like Copper & Kings brandy. Plus, they visit Etch in Nashville for Southern sommelier wine insight.
Looking for a refreshing summer cocktail? Southwest talks to Etch in Nashville for their redheaded chef drink.
It’s not Derby Day without Hot Browns! Chef Damaris Phillips shares her version of the Brown Hotel favorite in Food Network Magazine.
Bon Appetit explored where to eat like a local across the country – including finding the best ramen in unexpected places, like Saltine in Jackson, Miss.
Coastal Living goes from pole to plate with chef Nico Romo of Fish for a sustainable seafood feast.
Noted critic John Mariani dined around Louisville in search of the best restaurants in the Derby City. His favorites? Longstanding English Grill at the Brown Hotel and newcomer Butchertown Grocery topped his list.
When Andrew Zimmern brought his “Bizarre Foods” spin-off show to Louisville, Ky., he was sure to hit up the Brown Hotel for the world-famous Hot Brown.
“Top Chef” contestant Kwame Onwuachi chats with Uproxx columnist Vince Mancini for fun and funny article.
Where to eat and drink in Kansas City? The Wall Street Journal asked KC chefs Colby and Megan Garrelts for their insider info.