It's no secret - Louisville has developed a reputation for great food. From white table cloth and crystal fine dining to lick-your-fingers Kentucky barbecue, if it's food, it's in Louisville. We've partnered up with Louisville Magazine to amass the most complete database of Louisville eateries on the web to help you make your dining out choice easier. We've included a complete picture of the dining scene in Louisville - all cuisines, geographical locations, kid friendly places - so dig in and bear down!
Just in time for the holidays, the Louisville Originals new gift card program is now available online at www.louisvilleoriginals.com. Gift cards can be purchased with any amount from $25 up to $1000 assigned to the card. Gift cards will arrive three days after receipt of payment. Bulk orders of five or more cards receive a 5% discount on the purchase. Gift cards can be used multiple times at 52 participating Louisville Originals member restaurants. It's the perfect gift for your friends, family, employees and customers. Your gift card purchases help support our community.
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When it is holiday time, only one drink comes to mind: eggnog.
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Chef Joe Castro's culinary surprises never cease at the smartly appointed English Grill in the historic Brown Hotel.
For 20 minutes or so, the warm rumblings of the person seated behind me in the Equus dining room had been quietly teasing at my memory.
I’ve always felt that a signature of Louisville’s creative cuisine scene is its approachability in both food and atmosphere. Most Louisville restaurants welcome people in formal dress or denim, in raucous, celebrating parties or as the solo bookworm.
Rick's, a longtime favorite restaurant in St. Matthews, is back after a six-year absence.
Slowly but surely, downtown is growing into a diner’s dream, as many distinctive little places have popped up near Fourth Street Live. One of the newest (directly across from LEO) is Safier Mediterranean Deli.