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Noosh Nosh Sold!

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Noosh Nosh Sold!

by Mark R. » Wed Nov 23, 2022 3:07 pm

Business 1st just reported that Anoosh Shariat sold his share, here are the highlights of the story:
"Chef Anoosh Shariat is no longer the owner of the Noosh Nosh.

Shariat confirmed to Louisville Business First that he sold his share of the Mediterranean and Italian-influenced cafe in August. However, Shariat declined to reveal the terms of the sale or the new owner.

Shariat did say he sold his share of the Noosh Nosh so he could focus on Anoosh Bistro, a fine dining restaurant he also founded in Brownsboro Center, just steps from Noosh Nosh.

"I was trying to cut back," the chef explained. "My partner and I talked and he took it over. I wanted definitely for Noosh Nosh to flourish and he's able to continue it. I'm looking at going back to Bistro. We're going to elevate it and go back to our core values."


Here's a link to the full story: https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/ ... 2022-11-23
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Re: Noosh Nosh Sold!

by Nathaniel C » Sun Dec 11, 2022 8:42 pm

Wasn't aware of the sale of Noosh Nosh. We had dinner at Anoosh Bistro last night and both the food and the experience were delightful, as always.
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Re: Noosh Nosh Sold!

by Gary Guss » Sun Dec 11, 2022 10:37 pm

Just had lunch there today, great food as usual! Had my usual Eggs Benedict and Cottage fried potatoes which may be the best I've ever found.. I think they are frying them in butter in a carbon steel pan with peppers and onions. At least that's what I used when replicating them at home

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