Formerly Riverbend, this winery has changed its brand and its wine. Try the Shar-duh-nay or the Bore-dough, or host your next event in the reclaimed 19th century warehouse. Catering offered.
Tender, all-prime Midwestern steaks and delicious oysters (shipped in from the West Coast) are the namesakes and highlights of Z’s, which has locations downtown and in Hurstbourne. More than than 600 wine selections, and daily seafood specials are available, too.
Staffed by Sullivan University culinary students, Winston’s has an elegant dining room and ambitious plates infused with the energy of the students. It also serves the city’s best and only “Not Brown” — a dish of fried green tomatoes layered with shrimp, crab, spinach and Mornay sauce.
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.
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...
This deluxe national chain’s perch atop the Kaden Tower makes it a prime dinner destination. Enjoy tender signature steaks, Maine lobster, and an award-winning wine list along with a view of the city.
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...
This luxurious Windy City steakhouse chain is famous for big steaks, jumbo seafood and its fine wine list. Nameplates on lockers holding private wine collections read like a who’s who in Louisville.
This influential and celebrated Louisville restaurant championed seasonal, local ingredients before it was trendy. The menu rotates weekly, and special three-course prix-fixe meals are available for lunch.
Famous for its prime aged beef (try the bourbon-marinated rib-eye) and extensive wine list (it is called Eddie MERLOT’s), this upscale chain is also ideal for drinks after work. Located at Fourth and Muhammad Ali, enjoy dinner on weekends while watching patrons of Fourth Street Live gear up...
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