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New cuisine in Old Louisville
New cuisine in Old Louisville
Call a taxi to whisk you to 610 Magnolia in Old Louisville. Chef Edward Lee will wow you with quirky, delicious combinations such as his BLT with foie gras appetizer, wild boar chop and slow-roasted pork shoulder in a grain-mustard bourbon sauce, and chocolate chili cake with banana mousse and peanut brittle ice cream - all part of a stunning six-course prix fixe with wine pairings ($90).

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