if you know freight house, you know we love a good themed event. whether it’s an occasion or non-occasion, we don’t care. we just dig celebrating. for our most recent event fitting this bill, it’s a little bit of both.
as you probably can deduce, we love the paducah bourbon society. it’s by far one of the coolest clubs in paducah, run by some very classy and palate-knowledgeable folks…
as we hope you know, one of chef sara’s missions as a restaurant owner and community figure is to share the knowledge she has gained throughout her education and professional career…
freight house is, and always has been, a huge proponent of the arts. we proudly showcase art from local, regional, and national artists on our walls….
freight house was named one of america’s best bourbon bars of 2019 by the bourbon review.
freight house was one of three businesses to receive the 2019 pacesetter award, which celebrates high-performing small buisinesses.
chef sara talked with food & wine to discuss the pressures of being on the show, what it’s like behind the scenes, and how that is represented at freight house.
the trib talked to chef sara about adding dishes served on the show to the freight house menu.
chef sara chatted with foodism, a magazine and online food blog, about creating dishes with kentucky’s produce.
the atlanta journal-constitution profiles freight house & chef sara, and says its well worth the drive.
the daily dish shared chef sara’s exciting news and how the “party mom” moniker ultimately came to fruition.
the courier journal takes you on a road trip to all the locations featured in the season (that we know of), including challenge locations, places cast and crew dined, and restaurants owned by current and former kentucky contestants.
the brown theatre in louisville hosted a viewing party for the premiere, and attendants placed bets on who they thought would win and who they were pulling for in the competition.
the murray ledger interviewed chef sara after surviving the first episode of top chef kentucky, discussing the show, her background, and western kentucky cuisine.
the courier journal previews the upcoming season of top chef, set in kentucky, and interviews chef sara, the lone kentuckian competing.
style blueprint interviewed chef sara for their “faces of the south” series, giving a little insight into who she is and what she’s all about.
chef sara talked with the west kentucky star about some of her experiences on the show and what it’s like being in front of the camera.
whas 11 interviewed chef sara ahead of the premiere to talk about freight house and representing kentucky in the upcoming season of top chef.
the monthly magazine offers its own preview of the much anticipated top chef season, and tips their cap to the only kentucky chef to be competing.
ace weekly previews season 16 of top chef and shouts out the “hometown girl” and freight house.
the online publication highlights the upcoming season of top chef, including a nod to kentucky cuisine, and chef sara bradley as the lone kentucky contestant.
chef sara will be competing in season 16 of top chef, which is set primarily in kentucky. get your first look at the upcoming season.
lonely planet makes the case for why paducah should be on everyone’s radar, and kindly shows freight house a little love along the way.
the chicago tribune seconded the notion that paducah is most certainly THE place to visit, for some really good reasons.
thrillist gave chef sara and freight house a shout out after getting wind of our hot damn hot brown in their reinvented southern cuisine feature.
the lexington herald leader made its way to paducah to see what all of the hype was about, and showed chef sara, bebe, and freight house some love.
the paducah sun met with chef sara to discuss how this local fish made its way to the menu, and how eating it just might be the best solution to overpopulation.
styleblueprint nashville listed freight house as “worthy of a road trip” in a recent weekend update that showcases small towns with a lot to offer.
justin lewis of wkms interviewed chef sara for their “something from nothing” podcast, where she talks about her first experiences in the kitchen and how she came about bringing freight house to paducah.
garden & gun magazine once again shout out freight house’s famous spicy beer cheese on their list of standout dishes to elevate your easter gathering.
garden & gun profiled chef sara and her extensive bourbon collection, how she chooses her stock, and why we should be drinking it (and not saving).
edible louisville shared the recent freight house feature from ky tourism’s “better in the bluegrass” initiative, where chef sara, and freight house were profiled as one of the “featured restaurants” in kentucky.
kentucky tourism recently launched a campaign to promote the culinary arts in kentucky, highlighting the state’s incredible culinary diversity. freight house is listed as the featured restaurant for the western kentucky region on kentucky tourism’s list of featured restaurants.
thrillist created a list of what they deemed the best small-town restaurants in every state. freight house was named best in kentucky.
the paducah sun breaks down paducah, and freight house’s participation in the “sabores y saberes” festival, where chef bradley, along with local aritsts and musicians, cooked, performed and entertained in san cristobal de las casas, mexico.
wkms highlights the upcoming trip by chef bradley to san cristobal de las casas, mexico, where she, alongside other paducah artists, were invited to participate in the “sabores y saberes” artisanal and gastronomic festival.
wkms profiled the “heart of kentucky” dinner at the james beard house, which featured chef sara and chef ouita michel.
the paducah area chamber of commerce celebrated local businesses and nonprofit organizations with awards during its annual meeting and business celebration. freight house chef and proprietor sara bradley was named paducah’s entrepreneur of the year.
the west kentucky star provided a feature on chef sara in anticipation of the james beard foundation dinner.
the paducah sun interviewed chef sara about her invitation to cook at the famed james beard house to promote kentucky cuisine.
the lexington herald reader gives a rundown of chefs sara bradley and ouita michel ahead of their james beard foundation dinner.
food & wine magazine profiled chef bradley, and other kentucky chefs, who have been incorporating the famous kentucky soft drink into their cooking processes.
chef bradley hosted a class at the mccracken county public library on how to host the perfect dinner party for the local public, including tips, tricks, and a full menu for your event.
chef bradley lists one of her must-have tools everyone should have in their kitchen.
the chicago tribune profiled chef bradley and freight house for the lifestyle and travel section.
midwest living featured paducah, ky in its regional travel section, listing freight house as one of the ways to “taste paducah.”
jennifer sikora, a lifestyle, food and travel blogger, visited the freight house and wrote a review based on her experience.
chef bradley was featured on edible louisville’s local hero awards, receiving their “favorite restaurant/chef” title in the bluegrass region.
garden & gun featured the famous freight house beer cheese recipe and a little bit about its kentucky heritage for their section titled “the skillet.”
freight house is proud to be included in the list of america’s great bourbon bars.
freight house was featured as one of the destinations to eat in tasting table’s “best small towns for food in the united states.”
usa today featured freight house’s apple bourbon crisp on their list of “fall’s juiciest apple dishes and drinks.”
freight house is listed on the “know where your food comes from” website promoting local and sustainable agriculture that cares for people, animals, land and water.
the southern life & style section featured an in-depth interview with chef bradley regarding her paducah ties, her mission, and how she is working to redefine southern cooking.
thrillist named freight house “must-eat food” in paducah in this list of underrated southern towns you need to be spending a lot more time in.
dixie lynn, and underwriter for wkms in murray, profiled freight house for the news organization shortly after opening.
profile in paducah life magazine of chef bradley and freight house to announce the opening and chef bradley’s deep ties to the community.
midtown market invited chef bradley to come and grill some of her own favorite flavors for the summertime.
wpsd feature on chef sara bradley and the grand opening of freight house, western kentucky’s first farm to table restaurant.
chef bradley’s interview with wkms prior to freight house’s grand opening.