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Louisville’s North of Bourbon to Expand with Japanese-Inspired Restaurant in Clifton Location

Louisville’s North of Bourbon to Expand with Japanese-Inspired Restaurant in Clifton Location

Fresh Additions to Louisville Dining Scene

New Japanese-Inspired Restaurant to Open in Clifton

If you’re a Louisville local, you’ve probably heard of North of Bourbon, the trendy restaurant that has gained a reputation for its delicious food and expert mixology. The good news? The owners of North of Bourbon are expanding their culinary empire with a new Japanese-inspired restaurant, set to open soon in the Clifton neighborhood.

What to Expect

While the official name of the new restaurant is still under wraps, we know that it will offer a unique take on traditional Japanese dishes. According to the owners, they decided to explore Japanese cuisine because of its emphasis on fresh ingredients and unique flavor combinations. Expect plenty of fresh sushi, savory ramen, and small plates that are perfect for sharing.

The Space

The new restaurant will be housed in an old Victorian home, which is being renovated with a modern twist. Expect sleek, minimalist decor with touches of traditional Japanese design elements. The space will be cozy and intimate, with both indoor and outdoor seating available.

More Details

While the exact opening date and menu are still being finalized, the owners have been releasing teasers on their Instagram page, giving followers a sneak peek at what’s to come. So far, we’ve seen shots of beautifully arranged sushi platters, steaming bowls of ramen, and innovative cocktails that pair perfectly with the food.

The Louisville Dining Scene

The opening of this new Japanese-inspired restaurant is just one example of the exciting things happening in the Louisville dining scene. In recent years, Louisville has become a foodie destination, with innovative chefs and restaurateurs opening up shop and creating unique dining experiences.

Other Notable Openings

In the last year alone, we’ve seen the opening of several notable restaurants in Louisville, including the upscale Italian spot Roc, the Mediterranean-inspired Yalla Yalla, and the Vietnamese street food-inspired Pho Ba Luu. Each of these restaurants has brought something new and exciting to the culinary landscape of Louisville.

What’s Next?

With the opening of this new Japanese-inspired restaurant, it’s clear that the Louisville dining scene shows no signs of slowing down. We can only imagine what other innovative concepts and delicious dishes are in store for us in the months and years to come.

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Written by Olivia Taylor

Olivia Taylor has been writing about bourbon for the past five years and has become an expert in the field. She is passionate about educating people about the history and culture of bourbon and loves to share her knowledge with others. Olivia is also an avid traveler and has visited many of the world's top bourbon distilleries. She is a member of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and the American Whiskey Trail. Olivia is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and holds a degree in English Literature. She currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky, where she enjoys exploring the city's vibrant bourbon culture.

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