Consists of 3 cooking demonstrations by some of Louisville's best Innkeepers
followed by a tasting of the dishes they prepare.
Date: Sunday, April 1, 2001
Time: 1:00-5:00 pm
Location: Three Bed and Breakfasts
Cost: $45 per person
John Mullins, Inn-At-The-Park B&B
Leah Stewart, Gallery House B&B
Mary Pat White, Central Park B&B
Participants will attend classes in groups of 10, starting at one of the B&Bs and rotating through all three. B&Bs are in a short walk of each other and participants
will be guided as they move to each one.
PO Box 2006 - Louisville, Kentucky 40201-2006
Louisville is perfectly suited for bed and breakfasts. It is an old city with many old, beautiful restored buildings. In fact, there are more Victorian houses in Louisville than any other city in the United States. These old homes and mansions make wonderful bed and breakfasts. They are historically interesting, have many of the original structural and ornamental attributed, are spacious and comfortable and most have five or more bedrooms. Recently a group of twelve Innkeepers, who have bed and breakfasts in Louisville, incorporated their association to formally become the "Louisville Bed and Breakfast Association".
The new association has drafted by-laws, elected officers, designed a wonderful group brochure and created a mission statement designed to promote and market bed and breakfasts in the Louisville area. Their aim is to encourage high standards of cleanliness, safety and business professionalism through education and networking. Most members are also members of BBAK (Bed and Breakfast Association of Kentucky), and PAII (Professional Association of Innkeepers International). And most have been inspected and approved by AAA and MOBIL.
As part of their educational and marketing programs LBBA presents classes and workshops on Innkeeping and cooking, as well as many special events, such as B&B house tours, a summer Garden Tea, and a Waffle Competition. Below, are listed classes and activities for the coming year:
Presented in conjunction with the annual Old Louisville Garden Tour presented by The Second Street Neighborhood Association, LBBA will be serving an afternoon tea. Each bed and breakfast will have its' own table and will serve specialities from their particular Inns.