1164 South 3rd Street Louisville, KY 40203 +1 502 585 2233
Third Avenue Cafe is a corner eatery catering to neighborhood folk in need of healthy grub at a fair price. Sidewalk seating is available, which is nice on a warm weekend morning. The kitchen pays special attention to its numerous vegan and vegetarian offerings, so expect a high level of quality, particularly since everything on the menu is absolutely homemade. See website for menus and more.
1017 East Broadway Louisville, KY 40204 +1 502 749 9541
Way out Broadway, across from an empty warehouse and in the shadow of a weathered railroad bridge, sits Skull Alley, a beacon of fun for a community of ripped-jeans-wearing Louisville youth. Concerts and other events are held here regularly, most starring local and regional up-and-coming punk and hardcore bands. The venue is staffed by an enthusiastic bunch looking for nothing more than to give a little something back to a music scene that has treated them so very well. See website for schedule, screenprinting info and more.
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.
An intriguing little place, Barrettones is a small bar swamped with locals. Never needing a reason, patrons are here after work, to celebrate, to meet people and to have a good time. With great pub grub to go with your beer, there's no better place to be at. Call ahead to know more.
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.
2301 South 1st Street School of Music, Belknap Campus, University of Louisville Louisville, KY 40292 +1 502 852 1623 /+1 502 852 6907
Located inside the University of Louisville, the Margaret Comstock Concert Hall is used to host concerts and other events mainly organized by the University's School of Music. The hall is often used as a platform to showcase the splendid talent of the students at the university. The place also hosts several shows by famed artists that are delightful to watch. To know the schedule of the performances here, check the website.
1080 Amphitheater Road Iroquois Park Louisville, KY 40214 +1 502 574 5000 /+1 502 368 5865
Located inside the vast Iroquois Park, Iroquois Amphitheater is bustling with several art, dance and music events throughout the year. It is the official amphitheater of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and plays host to many of the city biggest events. Many popular bands, singers and musicians have come alive on this stage. Events here also include youth orchestras, dance performances, art exhibitions and so on. Famous bands like Wilco and U2 are also said to have performed here. Thus, this modern state-of-the-art place is a haven of sorts for many music and art lovers.
116 East Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 583 3772
Petrus is the equivalent of a night-long party in Old Louisville as this club plays on until the wee hours making sure that everyone's having the time of their life. The DJ belts out hip hop through most of the night while the clientele consists mainly of 18 year olds so if this scene doesn't appeal too much, head someplace else. Call for details and timings.
Painted like a cartoon barbershop with striped awnings and kooky
art inside and out, Lynn's stands out visually without a doubt. The main entryway is actually a fully stocked gift shop full of wacky toys and costumes, so waiting ...
On one of the most bustling blocks of the always
bustling Bardstown Road corridor, Cumberland Brews serves up tall pours of craft brewed beer and healthy helpings of Southern fried comfort food. Brews range from traditional English style classics ...
Way out Broadway, across from an empty warehouse and in
the shadow of a weathered railroad bridge, sits Skull Alley, a beacon of fun for a community of ripped jeans wearing Louisville youth. Concerts and other events are held ...