The pre- and post-arena event dining selection expands. The Troll Pub offers everything game-goers expect like burgers, pizza and chicken wings, plus a few unique items like “hog wings”— bone-in pork tips — and the “troll leg”— a smoked turkey leg.
The Oakroom’s atmosphere — walls of ornate wood carvings and fine furnishings — will make you feel like a millionaire for a night, even if you just went bust at the track. (We assume somebody else will be picking up the tab?) The dinner menu changes seasonally and includes dishes...
The 1923 oak-paneled dining room is the perfect setting for chef Laurent Geroli's American cuisine heavy with regional influences. The menu changes seasonally and has vegetarian and vegan options.
The perennially popular eatery offers outdoor seating and a brunch menu served all day Saturday and Sunday. The tomato-dill soup is a house specialty, and salads and sandwiches include names like The Naturalistic and The Louis XIV (chicken salad with apple slices and lettuce).
A new restaurant in the Hyatt Regency on Fourth Street, Sway stands for “Southern way” and features Southern staples like fried green tomatoes and chicken-fried steak. Try some of the local fare, such as bourbon pecan French toast, or free-range chicken with asparagus. We recommend the peach sweet...
Philadelphia-based operating team Mike Welsh and chef Mitch Prensky created 3,800 square feet of innovative variations of food classics. With American-estate grown wine, craft beers and cocktails, they embodied the 1900’s hotel lobby bar persona to bring the restaurant-bar concept to Louisville.
A collection of Persian favorites — from kebabs to khoresht — make this downtown restaurant a popular lunch and dinner spot. Try the rack of lamb kebabs.
The attraction here is the view from a spectacular perch on the 25th floor of the Galt House’s West Tower, courtesy of two revolving dining rooms that provide a panorama of both sides of the Ohio River. The dinner menu incorporates influences from classic American and European cuisines.
With a sophisticated atmosphere, Proof highlights local products in everything from the food to the votive candles and art installments. The bison burger and the pan-roasted octopus have garnered praise, as have the signature cocktails. New executive chef Levon Wallace continues the excellence of...
The latest addition to the O’Shea’s family of Irish-inspired pubs serves traditional favorites like fish and chips, pommes frites, and burgers. They also have Neopolitan-style pizzas and a good beer selection. This pub has become a favorite of the downtown arena crowd.
Through the week, this spot in the heart of the downtown business district serves Italian cuisine for lunch. For weekend dinners, the menu shifts to Persian fare.
The Seelbach’s more casual restaurant offers a breakfast buffet every day as well as a la carte options and lunch with local ingredients. Try the Kentucky Benedict — a regional twist on the traditional egg dish.