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Come be a 'foodie' in your own city and taste the BEST of Louisville!
Enjoy food from local restaurants, step into the Bourbon Dive, mingle in the Flight Lounge enjoying beers and brews or frolic with friends through it all.
Individual Tickets are just $50 in advanced ($55 at the door).
Grab a seat! Tables of 8 are $450
The Taste of Louisville supports the Kentucky Restaurant Association and has partnered with Community Health Charities, Salvation Army and Seven Counties to support their great missions. Yes, all your frolic and fun is for good reasons!
When & Where
Kentucky Restaurant Association
The planning for the Kentucky Restaurant Association began in early 1963 between the Louisville Restaurant Association (formed in 1933) and the Bluegrass Restaurant Association (formed in 1960). The membership of these two local restaurant associations, which included Col. Harland Sanders, Ed Hasenour & Fred Kunz Sr., became charter members of the KRA, with Albert J.Grisanti of Casa Grisanti as the first president. In 1964, the association was very small, now there are almost 1000 Members. The Kentucky Restaurant Association is a non-profit organization, run by its members. A Board of Directors, all members of the KRA, runs the Association. Each year elections are held to elect a new Chair-Elect, and all other officers move up in their board position, with the current Chair moving to Immediate Past Chair.
Committees are formed to help with the wide range of activities the KRA is involved in, from student scholarships to legislation to expos & "Tastes". These committees are also made up of members, who want to actively participate in the Association.
The state headquarters, located in Louisville, has a staff available to help with the organization of events & meetings, keep members informed of the benefits, lobby for restaurant issues in Washington & Frankfort, and help them with the daily questions and problems in their business.