The COVID crisis has claimed another popular Louisville restaurant.
Couvillion, in Germantown, announced Thursday on its Facebook page that it is closing.
Below is the full text of the restaurant’s statement:
Thank you to all of our loyal and supportive customers, team members, and everyone in between who has supported us the last 3 years.
Our goal from the beginning was to offer the Louisville area the best Cajun food outside of Louisiana.
We believe we were able to do just that and are eternally grateful for the opportunity.
Unfortunately, It’s with great sadness that we are announcing Couvillion’s last day of service for the time being will be this Saturday November 28th.
We have put up the fight of our lives to try and continue to operate safely and effectively during these trying times, unfortunately this is no longer a possibility.
Our goal is to look at possibly reopening in the future when the world is in a better place.
Be sure to stop by Friday or Saturday for a bowl of Gumbo, a Smash Burger, or any one of your other favorites, TOGO!
All the Love,
Following a surge in cases in recent weeks, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced on Nov. 18 that indoor dining was prohibited at restaurants across the state until further notice.