Sunday, January 20, 2013

MilkWood, opening at Actor's Theater in February.

MilkWood, described as a "modern speakeasy with cuisine that will explore Southern Bar Food with an Asian Pantry," is Chef Edward Lee's new project at Actor's Theater, located in the epicenter of downtown Louisville.

(On an unrelated note, there is still a chance for you to go to Actor's for performances of "The Whipping Man," which Mr. and Mrs. Curmudgeon viewed in 2012 at the Ensemble Theater in Cincinnati)

Chef Lee's new venture will have four regional craft  brews on tap, and at least at the outset, one of them will be NABC's Black & Blue Grass. When we conducted a tasting with Chef Lee and staff, he commented that Black & Blue Grass would play well with the "Asian Pantry" concept, and I couldn't agree more.

I'm hoping that Black & Blue Grass stays on tap at Milk Wood for a good, long run. For more, visit Milkwood at Eater Louisville.

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