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As a follow-up to Thursday's post ...
As the Gospel Bird build-out nears completion, the restaurant now is a Morris solo gig with Ethan Ray as acting executive chef.
... Steve Coomes (Insider Louisville) provides more information about the advent of Gospel Bird.
Restaurant Roundup: Huge chef shuffle, all-day breakfast, death to bourbon’s black market
... Morris moves on from Epic Sammich Co.: Eric Morris, chef at Epic Sandwich Co., has left the Highlands Avenue sandwich shop to focus solely on his new venture, Gospel Bird. Originally, Insider Louisville reported in November that Epic owner and chef Dustin Staggers also would be involved in Gospel Bird. However, Morris now says the upcoming Southern restaurant in New Albany will be a solo venture ...
The restaurant's long description at Fb:
Gospel Bird focuses on southern roots paired with modern talents and twists that will truly make your dining experience a memorable one. Eric Morris (previously of Loop 22) brings some old and new favorites to your table all prepared by local culinary legend Ethan Ray and his band of experienced and passionate cooks. We will have a full bar with rotating beers on tap and a fun and creative cocktail menu.