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Louisville’s Restaurant Week Offers Community Support for Area Non-Profit

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (January 26, 2024) – Dining out locally and helping an area charity will go hand-in-hand with the return of Louisville Restaurant Week February 19-25, 2024. This dining out focused week will encourage locals to experience Louisville’s lively culinary scene with a prix-fixe three course menu for $26, $36 or $46 at participating restaurants. In addition, one dollar of every meal purchased during Louisville Restaurant Week will be donated to Common Table.

Common Table, a dynamic and transformative program operated by Catholic Charities, is changing lives and communities through a holistic approach that extends beyond culinary training.

“While Louisville Tourism encourages supporting our local culinary scene year-round, Louisville’s Restaurant Week prompts a collective community effort to boost area restaurants during the slower winter months. We encourage guests to visit one of the participating locations, knowing your dining experience strengthens our local workforce by dually aiding Louisville’s restaurants and area charity partner Common Table,” said Cleo Battle, President and CEO of Louisville Tourism.

Louisville Restaurant Week is an excellent opportunity for local foodies to get out and experience firsthand why Travel + Leisure proclaimed Bourbon City one of “The Best Food Cities in the U.S.” and Southern Living named Louisville one of the “South’s Best Food Cities.”

A preview of participating restaurants includes: 80/20 @ Kaelin's Restaurant, All Thai’d Up, Black Jockey’s Lounge, Black Rabbit, Brasserie Provence, Cask Southern Kitchen & Bar, Lou Lou on Market, Fork & Barrel, LouVino, Monnik Beer Company, Morton’s The Steakhouse, Noche Mexican BBQ, Oliver’s Chophouse & Bourbon Bar, Perso, River House Restaurant and Raw Bar, Sarino, SideBar at Whiskey Row, Simply Thai, The Fat Lamb, and The Melting Pot - with more to be announced!

For more information about Louisville Restaurant Week, visit www.louisvillerestaurantweek.com. Menus will be posted by February 16th.

By choosing Common Table catering, patrons not only enjoy exceptional culinary experiences but also contribute to the continued success of this life-changing program. This innovative approach not only provides hands-on training but also supports participants in navigating various challenges they may encounter.

Dedicated to empowering individuals, Common Table is not just a culinary arts initiative but a transformative force that addresses barriers hindering personal and professional growth. With an outstanding 72% employment rate for program graduates, Common Table is a beacon of success in providing participants with the skills and confidence needed to build thriving careers. As a social enterprise, Common Table sustains its impact through catering services, offering a diverse range of culinary delights available at cclou.org/commontable.

Common Table is committed to fostering a positive change in the community, one culinary experience at a time. Join us in celebrating the transformative journey of individuals and the culinary excellence they bring to the table.

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