Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are four choice dining events going on around the city:
Original Makers Club Dinner Series Kick-Off
When: Tonight, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Where: Foxhollow Farm (8905 Highway 329, Crestwood)
What: The Original Makers Club Dinner Series kicks off in Louisville at Foxhollow Farm. Wiltshire Pantry will use nearly 100 percent local produce from the farm to prepare dinner. Custom traveling farm tables from Longwood Antique Woods will enhance the setting as guests enjoy musical entertainment, mingling, fabulous food, signature cocktails and—of course—a few OMC surprises. Tickets are $150
(just four spots were still available as of last night) and can be purchased online. The event is sold out.
When: Today, 6-10 p.m.
Where: Apocalypse Brew Works (1612 Mellwood Ave.)
What: "What happens when food trucks stop bringing their usual fare and start switching things up? You get Cluster Trucked." Well according to the event's Facebook page anyway. Holy Mole is serving up chicken wings, Grind is serving coastal low country cuisine, French Indo Canada is going Indian, Sweet N Savory is making ravioli, Johnny's Diner Car is baking potatoes, and Lil Cheerzers is forgoing sandwiches for hot noodle bowls.
Midnight Hour Scooter Rally #2
When: Tonight, 10 p.m.-1 a.m.
Where: Decca (812. E Market St.)
What: The Midnight Hour Scooter Rally #2 is parking its rolling party at Decca's tree-lined patio (an Eater readers' favorite) Friday night. The rally, which takes its name from Wilson Pickett's famous hit song, honors the soul music legend who's buried in Louisville's Evergreen Cemetery (on Preston Highway). The Ladybirds will give a free concert starting at 10:30 p.m. Chef Annie Pettry's kitchen will be open until 11 p.m., and the bar will be serving until 1 a.m.
Food Network Star Viewing Party
When: Sunday, 8-11 p.m. (show airs at 9 p.m.)
Where: Molly Malone's Irish Pub & Restaurant (933 Baxter Ave.)
What: Watch Louisville's Damaris Phillips compete for her own show on Food Network Star. The viewing party is back at the top deck at Molly Malone's. While last week the judges thought her grits could use a bit more salt, the Jefferson Community and Technical College culinary arts instructor has been bringing plenty of spice to the show. There'll be viewing parties for as long as Phillips is on the show.