325 West Main Street Suite 120, Waterfront Plaza Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 584 0102
A classy restaurant with numerous beautifully decorated dining spaces, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse is perfect for a good time with a group. This vibrant restaurant does not limit its menu to steaks, but also has seafood and sushi for you to enjoy. Starting off with crispy duck ravioli and herb grilled oysters, you can gorge on entrées like the signature bone-in filet mignon, steak Collinsworth, diver scallops, steak and lobster and more. An excellent wine list is also on offer.
624 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 384 9090
Harvest is a Downtown Louisville restaurant that makes use of the freshest local produce to offer you lunch, dinner and brunch menus of mouthwatering American fare. It's not just the food that's 100 per cent local; the decor incorporates reclaimed materials from all over the city. As there is a focus on fresh ingredients, the menus change regularly, but if you're lucky enough to drop by at the right time, you could get to feast scrumptious preparations like the hugely popular buttermilk fried chicken with peppercorn gravy and bread pudding. Check the website for the varying bar hours.
1205 East Washington Street Suite 120 Louisville, KY 40206 +1 502 713 6178(Box Office)
The Alley Theater along with Art Sanctuary has a combined display space in Butchertown. The center allows for artists to perform, rehearse, exhibit and display their work here. Local artists are given the freedom to express their artistic side without any limitations here at the Alley theater. Do contact for more details.
501 West Main Street The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 562 0100
Whitney Hall or the Robert S. Whitney Hall is a nifty theater that revives music, dance, theatricals and events in performing arts. With comfortable seating, good view and great acoustics, your experience here will be memorable. The decor of the theater is very eclectic and is designed with a Neo-Renaissance approach. The theater, which is part of The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, can accommodate 2,406 people and offers multi-purpose facilities. From Broadway shows, ballet performances to orchestra, opera, plays, you will find it all here. So come here for some great entertainment.
446 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 568 9009
In the heart of downtown Louisville is an entertainment complex known as Fourth Street Live. In the heart of Fourth Street Live is a dining-and-drinking hot spot like none other, known as the Maker's Mark Bourbon House & Lounge. Seating is comfy, decor is sleek, and the bar is long. Pull up a stool and order a Manhattan as good as any you'll find in the Midwest, or grab a table and drink your bourbon-based cocktail alongside a hearty American meal. As the evening progresses, the music gets louder and the atmosphere gets warmer. See website for event announcements and more.
727 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 561 6100
The Louisville Science Center is the place to be for family fun in downtown Louisville. From interactive exhibits to educational events and IMAX presentations, there's something here for kids of all ages. Exhibits focus on both general science and regional specialties such as agriculture, and rotating traveling shows keep visitors enthralled year round. See website for full calendar, movie showtimes and more.
401 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 568 5656
Located in downtown Louisville, the Red Star Tavern is equal parts bar and restaurant - serving favorites like soups, salads, steaks, and various other entrees late into the night. The modern decor (complete with plasma-screen TVs and custom lighting) lends the tavern a nightclub vibe. Outdoor seating is also available, letting customers take advantage of nice weather. Red Star Tavern can also accommodate parties or group functions.
230 East Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 582 9945
Feeling blue? Stevie Ray's has the cure: signature margaritas, an enthusiastic clientele, and some of the top names in blues music playing every week. Go big on the dance floor and enjoy the tunes of a mixture of well-known and local talent. A small cover charge varies by night of the week, but Thursdays are bike nights - where bikers get in free. Some guests may wish to note that this bar is smoke-friendly.
501 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 562 0100
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts showcases some of the biggest names in theater, dance, and music. Home of the Kentucky Opera, Louisville Ballet, Stage One, and the Louisville Orchestra, the center's season also includes the hottest touring Broadway shows. Comprised of four theaters, from the 2,406-seat Robert S. Whitney Hall to the far more intimate 319-seat MeX (black box) Theater, the center's venues are as diverse as its artistic lineup. The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts' outreach programs work year-round to bring a wealth of arts programs to the community.
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