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LOUISVILLE’S BEST SPORTS BARS
• 3/4 cup popcorn kernels • 2 tablespoons flaky sea salt Everything is the best bagel flavor. This is not a matter of debate. Sprinkle the seasoning on popcorn for a delicious snack that will have people asking, “What does this remind me of?” INGREDIENTS • 1 teaspoon black sesame seeds • 2 teaspoons white sesame seeds • 2 teaspoons granulated garlic • 2 teaspoons granulated onion • 1/3 cup canola oil • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted EVERYTHING POPCORN Inspired by Food & Wine magazine
GREAT PLACES TO CATCH A GAME
Whether or not you enjoy a cold glass of beer, we can all agree that there are few places more exciting to watch an NCAA Tournament game than a local sports bar. March Madness might as well be the name for a citywide disease that grips Louisville every spring, such is the feverish nature of our college basketball fans. The chief symptoms of this condition include wearing red or blue; spending too much time at work checking your bracket; and sneaking away to one of these awesome local hangouts to catch a game.
GRIFF’S 133 W Liberty St.
Named for and owned by arguably the most famous player in U of L history, there’s no denying that Griff’s favors the Cards over the Wildcats. But don’t worry; even diehard UK fans are welcome at this gleaming, screen-packed sports bar. Another hallmark of Griff’s is the elevated but affordable menu, which features sauces made from scratch and burgers ground in-house daily.
FRANKFORT AVENUE BEER DEPOT 3204 Frankfort Ave.
If you argue that the Frankfort Avenue Beer Depot isn’t technically a sports bar, we’d reply, “Who cares?” There are plenty of TVs, a vast array of beer options, and massive meat smokers in the parking lot. If that’s not a recipe for a great place to enjoy a game, we don’t know what is. While there, be sure to order some of the fried pepper jack cubes, which are like the Kentucky version of mozzarella sticks.
covered, until popcorn kernels start to pop. Once popping, continue cooking and shaking the pan intermittently until popping ceases, about 3–5 minutes.
1. In a small skillet over medium heat, toast sesame seeds. Shake skillet often and cook until white seeds are golden and fragrant, about 2 minutes. Transfer to a small bowl and add garlic, onion, and salt. 2. In a large saucepan, combine popcorn kernels and oil. Cook over medium-high heat,
BLUEGRASS BREWING CO. (BBC) Three locations throughout the city
3. Transfer popcorn to a large mixing bowl. Pour in butter and toss to coat. Finally, add
Despite having “brewing” in the name, BBC is known for being a place that caters to adults and children alike. The food menu is stocked with all-American favorites, and the beer list features exclusive selections, as you’d expect from Louisville’s first craft brewery. If you like your sports viewing at an intensity level below fever pitch, BBC is the place for you. Have a favorite place to watch March Madness? Be sure to tell us about it on our Facebook page (@EmeryLawOffice). Don’t forget that alcohol and driving never mix. If you want to enjoy some brews, be sure to call an Uber or bring along a designated driver.
seasoning, toss again, and serve.
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