For my next amazing trick, I will convince Louis that there is such a thing as good beer from France; namely, Bieres de Garde. If I achieve this, it really WILL be amazing. The man is seriously gifted, but just doesn't really "get" beer. That's okay; let's hope his restaurant has a long life span, affording me enough time to gradually wear him down.
It bodes well that Robin Garr favorably compares Louis Le Français with Le Relais, the Louisville gold standard. In doing so, he's recommending downtown New Albany for dining. Priceless.
Learn your French tastefully at New Albany’s Louis Le Français, by Robin Garr (LEO Weekly)
All right, boys and girls, it’s time for our French lesson! First, let’s review: “Bonjour” ... “Merci!” ... “S’il vous plaît” ... “Je voudrais un verre de vin rouge.” Very good!
Now, let’s learn two important food words. Repeat after me:
“Cassoulet.” Draw it out, warm and rich, just like the hearty dish itself, “Cahs-soo-lay.”
Louis Le Français
133 E. Market St., New Albany