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By Lora Arduser · August 1st, 2007 · The Dish
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Morton's The Steakhouse will be opening in its new space on the second floor of the Carew Tower on Aug. 6. Along with a view of Fountain Square, Morton's will offer a glass-enclosed wine room that can store over 1,200 bottles of wine. The restaurant also introduces Morton's Bar 12-21 and Morton's Bar Bites menu, featuring items such as Chicken Goujonettes, Filet Mignon Sandwiches and Morton's Mini Prime Cheeseburgers.

Jean-Robert at Pigall's gives downtown a present for the restaurant's fifth anniversary when it adds a lounge in the space next door, formerly occupied by Dodd Jewelers. Jean-Robert de Cavel says that the focus of the new, yet-to-be named lounge will be on a champagne and cocktail bar with a limited bite menu for happy hour through a late snack with a selection of caviar and pastries. De Cavel hopes to open the lounge in early November. It will include a walkthrough from Pigall's current bar, which will be turned into a full eating and wine bar with a small plate menu with wine pairings.

David Falk's latest culinary venture moves into Mexican territory. Nada is due to open in the old Bella space downtown in October. Falk and Chef Jonathan Mouch spent a year creating the menu, which will include familiar dishes, some with Falk-esque twists such as tacos stuffed with braised beef or mushroom-goat cheese and tortilla soup with butter-poached lobster.

Morton's The Steakhouse will be opening in its new space on the second floor of the Carew Tower on Aug.

6. Along with a view of Fountain Square, Morton's will offer a glass-enclosed wine room that can store over 1,200 bottles of wine. The restaurant also introduces Morton's Bar 12-21 and Morton's Bar Bites menu, featuring items such as Chicken Goujonettes, Filet Mignon Sandwiches and Morton's Mini Prime Cheeseburgers. ...

Jean-Robert at Pigall's gives downtown a present for the restaurant's fifth anniversary when it adds a lounge in the space next door, formerly occupied by Dodd Jewelers. Jean-Robert de Cavel says that the focus of the new, yet-to-be named lounge will be on a champagne and cocktail bar with a limited bite menu for happy hour through a late snack with a selection of caviar and pastries. De Cavel hopes to open the lounge in early November. It will include a walkthrough from Pigall's current bar, which will be turned into a full eating and wine bar with a small plate menu with wine pairings. ...

David Falk's latest culinary venture moves into Mexican territory. Nada is due to open in the old Bella space downtown in October. Falk and Chef Jonathan Mouch spent a year creating the menu, which will include familiar dishes, some with Falk-esque twists such as tacos stuffed with braised beef or mushroom-goat cheese and tortilla soup with butter-poached lobster. ... Milford is about to acquire two new restaurants. Tattie's Gourmet Deli is moving in this month. Owner Tattie Bellucci says the restaurant's concept will remain focused on dinners to go, but she'll be adding a Sunday brunch and this winter she intends to offer a prix fixe dinner on the weekends. 20 Brix is scheduled to open in October. Co-owner Hunter Thomas says the building will house a wine bar, restaurant and retail wine shop. According to the Web site (20brix.com), the wine bar will offer over 150 wines by the glass and bottle as well as specialty beers and ales and top-shelf liquors. The restaurant will feature small plates, international dishes and a few entrées, all designed to complement the wine selections. ...

Molly Malone's Restaurant and Bar of Louisville will be opening Molly Malone's of Covington in the former Jack Quinn's Restaurant & Irish Pub space on Aug. 14. The new location will be operated by Donal Ryan, Tadgh O'Callaghan and longtime Molly's bartender Paul Shanley -- all originally from Ireland. Menu items will include traditional Irish staples like Fish 'n Chips, Bangers and Mash and other pub fare. ...

Uncle Yip's has closed its Fairfield location and will be reopening in Evendale (10736 Reading Road) later this month.



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