Restaurants like La Coop; Bistro a Vins serving up locally grown produce and delightful Dumante cocktails.
East Market Street in Louisville, KY is home to NuLu or New Louisville where art galleries, boutique shops and palate pleasing restaurants are taking over. Sources including Kentucky Monthly and Gourmet De Ville are taking notice with rave reviews of a new cultural hub that is only expected to grow (“NuLu Looks to Local Farmers Across Cultures and Cuisines”).
“In only four years or so, NuLu has grown from a few spare businesses to a thriving center of art galleries, specialty shops and exquisite new American dining. All the chefs agree that it will only grow from here.”
NuLu restaurants like La Coop; Bistro a Vins, is utilizing parking lot space for herbs and old shipping docks as a cooler for specialty cheeses. La Coop is known for making the highly delicious and bubbly Dumante Kir; a joyful mixture of Dumante, champagne and orange as well as offering many hard to procure wines and spirits. Like La Coop, Dumante Verdenoce was born in the NuLu district and is now being served in over 30 states. As Gourmet De Ville elegantly concludes, “Whether it’s food, beer or spirits, people respond to the efforts of artisans to produce truly authentic tastes.”