As part of a unique partnership, patrons dining out in the Greater Louisville area will benefit and help Goodwill fund our Soft Skills academies during Louisville Restaurant Week, February 24 – March 1. This dining out focused week will encourage locals to experience Louisville’s lively culinary scene with a pre fixe three-course menu for $26, $36 or $46 at participating restaurants.

One dollar of every meal purchased during Louisville Restaurant Week will be donated to Goodwill Industries of Kentucky’s Soft Skills academies and the Coalition for the Homeless’ Rx: Housing Fund. Soft Skills academies prepare job seekers for the workforce by teaching the soft skills exhibited by valuable, reliable employees: attitude, conflict resolution, dependability, self-presentation, basic safety, and team building. This program works to help those in need obtain sustainable jobs in the workforce.

WDRB-TV in Louisville recently covered this announcement.

“Louisville Tourism is proud to support Louisville Restaurant Week, which will bring local awareness and a financial boost to the critical missions of the Coalition for the Homeless and Goodwill Industries of Kentucky. We all win when our community lifts one another up – it’s part of being a Compassionate city,” said Karen Williams, President & CEO of Louisville Tourism. “In addition, this program will also showcase Louisville’s culinary talents, giving visitors and locals an extra reason to dine at these area restaurants’”

Current participating restaurants include: 8Up Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen, Brasserie Provence, Bourbon’s Bistro, Charr’d Bourbon Kitchen & Lounge, Crescent Hill Craft House, Fork & Barrel, Lilly’s Bistro, LouVino, Mark’s Feed Store, Morton’s the Steakhouse, Napa River Grill, Neighborhood Services, Ramsi’s Café on the World, ROC, Porch Kitchen & Bar, Proof on Main, Sarino, The Manhattan Project and Walker’s Exchange – with more to be announced.

Each restaurant will have the ability to highlight fan favorites as well as introduce some new menu items to their guests throughout the week. A similar giving back Restaurant Week was held in Cincinnati last April and raised $23,698 to benefit Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

For menus and more information about Louisville Restaurant Week, visit