Basketball fans love to watch more basketball in between games, but hopefully you’ll take time and venture away from the YUM! Center to experience more of what local Louisville has to offer.
BBQ, beer and bourbon. Really, all you need in this world.
Several of the best-known chefs from around Louisville will be at this fundraising event for the Home of the Innocents, which provides crucial services for children in crisis.
Come to the Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival for live blues bands, ice cold brews, and finger lickin' barbecue!
Budget-friendly BBQ and friendly service are about what you can expect in a so-so BBQ town.
comedy show, barre-b-q, John-freaking-Williams, wedding show, and golf show.
Feed your face and your soul with local BBQ and local and regional blues at the Water Tower.
Possibly the best BBQ in Louisville?
Here are a few of my favorite barbeque places in town. Hit them up for great food and a good time!
Saturday, September 10, 2011 is a day of celebration for the Arts Council of Southern Indiana. The Council will host its second annual Bourbon, BBQ & Beer celebration themed "Fire and Ice" from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Tickets are $30.00 each and that includes two drink tickets, a buffet style dinner that is prepared by the New Albany Exchange with a cupcake desert. Dinner starts at 7:00 p.m. and live music is provided by Big Booty Swing!
Enjoy some bluegrass music, burgoo and/or barbecue, and beer while relaxing in some sunshine at the Bluegrass Festival this Labor Day weekend.
Somebody steered Bob Dylan right a couple of Julys ago (after a Slugger Field concert), when he rode up to the F.A.B.D. on a motorcycle, had himself a rib dinner and a couple of Budweisers with zero fanfare, and then rode off again, like the Lone Ranger.
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