Dear Louisville families: we’re two weeks away from Christmas! By now you’ve probably gotten your picture with Santa (maybe even two or three depending on how many posts you’ve read about every opportunity around town!) Now you may be thinking what else can the kids and I do that involves Santa?
There are a few options that involve breakfast or brunch with the jolly old elf. He’s making stops in various eateries around Louisville. But you only have a week or so left before he jets out of town and starts preparing for his biggest day of the year.
The Galt House is hosting a breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 15 from 10am-Noon. This coincides with the Christmas at the Galt House  events. Ticket prices are $30 for children 12 and under and includes a KaLightoscope Christmas ticket. Adult tickets are $15. For more information, call 502-589-5200 ext. 5181.
Hard Rock Café and 4th Street Live present Rock with Santa  on Saturday, December 15 at 9am. The event includes a breakfast buffet, activities and crafts for kids, and a goodie bag to take home. Prices are $13.95 per person; under 2 is free. Call 502 568-2202 for more information or visit www.hardrock.com .
On Saturday, December 15, your family can board the Spirit of Jefferson  and enjoy Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus. A buffet will be served and holiday activities will be provided. Board at 9:30 am, cruise from 10am-12pm. Prices are $32 for adults($31 seniors) and $22 for children (ages 3-12.) Call 502-574-2992 or 866-832-0011 for information or to make a reservation.
BLU Italian Grille is holding a brunch on Sundays, December 16th and 23rd from 10:30am-2pm. The meal includes a fresh pasta brunch along with omelets, an eggs benedict station, and brick oven pizza, among regular hot breakfast items. Served along with pastries and other assorted desserts. Pricing is $22.95 for adults, $11.50 for children 12 and under, and children under 4 eat free. There will also be live jazz presented by Dave Clark Jazz Trio. Contact 502-671-4285 or www.blugrille.com  to make reservations.
Photo courtesy of KaLightoscope Christmas, Facebook