Louisville favorite, Wild Eggs, opens another location downtown. Located in the Mercantile Gallery Lofts building, Wild Eggs offers sweet, saucy, and spicy breakfast and lunch options.
Situated between Nulu and downtown and brought to you by the same people of a Louisville favorite Wild Eggs, Wild Rita's is a modern Mexican tequila bar. With over a 100 different tequila selections, Wild Rita's is sure to measure up.
Located at the former Club 21, The Cure Lounge is an upscale bar and lounge with several options for small plate dining. The menu includes beer cheese and pretzel bread sticks at $7, Pepperoni Sticks at $5, Smore Sticks at $4 and homemade pierogies at $8.
Rob-A-Que offers gourmet barbecue and meats for dine-in or carry-out with catering services as well offered.
An upscale bar on the second floor of Fourth Street Live! Tavern on Fourth combines a traditional sports tavern with interactive games and a space for unique private events. A night at the Tavern on Fourth guarantees more than good food, it also guarantees great fun.
The ideal place to satisfy your inner-carnivore. Game features, well, game — everything from elk to kangaroo, antelope to wild boar. And, yes, you can get a "regular" burger, too. Brought to you by the guys who do barbecue right at Hammerheads.
This all-vegetarian Asian eatery features a variety of excellent soups as well as noodle and stir-fry dishes that offer lemongrass, curry sauce and black bean sauce, among other options. The soft spring rolls, tomato dill soup and sesame soybeans (a tofu dish) are highly recommended.
Create your own pizza or order from a list of specialty Za’s, then choose from the extensive beer list.
This hip hangout is known for its live music lineup, but just as much care has been taken with the menu. Standouts include House Friez and Totz, (crisp fries and tater tots with several dipping sauce choices) the Z Burger and the Track and Field Wrap with hummus, falafel and tzatziki sauce.
East meets West at this downtown, upscale restaurant, with dishes like seafood capellini and miso tilapia with Asian risotto.
This wildly (excuse the pun) popular breakfast and lunch spot is an ode to the egg. The dining room features egg art and even egg-shaped salt and pepper shakers. The creatively titled offerings include “Violet You’re Turning Violet” blueberry pancakes and “Crispy Hippie Crunch” granola waffles.
Our readers say it’s the best traditional pie in town, with piled-high toppings for big appetites. Besides traditional pizza, Wick’s has pizza-inspired appetizers like the Stuffed Breadwick and the Wick-A-Dilla.