Norton Commons announced today that the walkable, new urbanist community in northeast Louisville will host its third annual restaurant week Sun., Jan. 27 through Sat., Feb. 2. Six restaurants will offer patrons three-course dinner menus including appetizer, entrée, and dessert from $15, $20, and $25.
“The culinary and spirits talent here really is exceptional,” said Norton Commons Marketing Director, Marilyn Osborn Patterson. “Ming Pu of the The 502 Bar & Bistro is a young chef to watch who has already cooked at the famed James Beard House in New York. Kenny Andreozzi is a level two certified sommelier and is co-owner and curator of more than 350 wines and 250 bourbons at Commonwealth Tap. These establishments – along with all the other wonderful businesses helping to host Restaurant Week 2019 - are independently owned too.”
Norton Commons Restaurant Week participants include: Mercato Italiano; Citizen 7; The 502 Bar & Bistro; Sushi Master; Karem’s Grill & Pub; and Johnny Brusco’s New York Style Pizza.
In addition, Commonwealth Tap will offer $25 specialty bourbon flights and $15 sommelier-selected wine flights. Luxury bed-and-breakfast, Château Bourbon is discounting rooms to $199 a night. FIX Coffeehouse and Bakery will offer 50 percent off pastries with purchase of a latte.
For further details visit: nortoncommons.com.
About Norton Commons:
Norton Commons is Louisville’s first Traditional Neighborhood Development (“TND”). Planned TNDs are the cornerstone of the new urbanism movement, which promotes the creation and restoration of diverse, walkable, and vibrant mixed-use communities assembled in an integrated fashion, resulting in a complete community. Norton Commons sits on almost 600 acres in northeast Jefferson County, Kentucky and is currently home to over 1200 residences, 60+ businesses, 3 schools, and dozens of parks, pools, and green spaces. To learn more about Norton Commons, visit nortoncommons.com or on Twitter @nortoncommonsky.