501 West Main Street The Kentucky Center for Performing Arts Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 562 0100
The Kentucky Center for Performing Arts is where the Mary Anderson Room is located. The center is a performing arts studio that stages a number of different shows. Music, drama, dance and more, are all staged here at the Mary Anderson Room. You can even rent the room for private events. So do contact hem for show, ticket and rental details.
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.
984 Barret Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 +1 502 583 3447
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 for a table is never dull. Thankfully, the food and drink live up to the high expectations set by the ambiance. Southern staples are done up right, with some creative flourishes for good measure. The Fried Green Tomato BLT is a stunner, much like Lynn's world-famous French Toast. Dinners are a little heartier, and there's a full bar for the quenching of thirsts (cocktails are appropriately funky too). See website for menu, party planning assistance, and Lynn's bio.
969 Charles Street Louisville, KY 40204 +1 502 637 4377
Beer nerds take note: The Nachbar is the place to be for beer selection in Louisville. There's a hefty menu of Belgians, Germans, other imports, and the best of the American microbrewery offerings. Lots of bottles, and lots of draft selections too. The walls are of exposed brick, there's billiards and a backyard, and a full bar in case beer isn't your thing. There's rock'n'roll on the jukebox, locals bellied up to the bar, and the decor seems not to have been updated since the '70s. See website for beer list, photos and more.
625 South Fourth Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 583 4555
Louisville Palace welcomes you to a world of drama and music. Aspiring actors and gifted singers display their talent during various plays and musical concerts held at the theater. Tickets can be bought at the box office or you can book them by phone or email. All Ticketmaster outlets also sell tickets for shows at the Louisville Palace. Be sure to arrive well in advance as late comers are allowed to enter only during intervals. Apart from being the hub for performing arts, Louisville Palace is also a historic property and features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Corbett's is housed in the historic Von Allmen mansion and is known for their New American cuisine and amazing wine list. The building is known for its exceptional architecture, elegant staircase, huge ceilings, and an all-brick and limestone cellar. This 150 year old grand old dame was recently restored to her full glory with award-winning patio & grounds. You can feel the love, labor and passion all around Corbett's. It is not only the building that allures you, the food is equally inviting with its culinary delights. Corbett's indulges you with the Chef's Tasting Room where you get to interact with him, distinct limestone Wineskellar, exquisite front porch dining, to name just a few. This Louisville gem is also known for their extensive collection of over 50 Kentucky Bourbons! You will truly have an extraordinary dining experience in Corbett's.
A venture by renowned chef Anthony Lamas, whom you have probably seen on the Food Network, Seviche is the place to head to for delicious Latin fare. Making use of local ingredients, the chefs at this restaurant whip up some mouthwatering creations. The menus are constantly evolving, but no matter what else changes, you will always get to enjoy scrumptious ceviche, whether smoked salmon, wild caught shrimp or tuna. The bar features a long list of beers, wines and cocktails.
11507 Park Road Anchorage, KY 40223 +1 502 708 1850
Village Anchor Pub & Roost is a bistro pub offering traditional local food with a twist. Settled in the remarkable town of Anchorage, KY, this enchanting restaurant with its lovely patios, one with a dainty garden touch with plants and wrought iron table and chairs, a covered terrace and a cozy dual sided stone fireplace has been delighting the locals for some time now. The farm to table approach in the menu gives a lovely flavor to its satisfying food such as the Blackened Fish Tacos, Cobb Rollers, Spicy Beef or Chicken Kabobs, Sweet Potato Fries with Marshmallow Creme, fried Bologna sandwich, cast iron scallops, banana pudding and much more deliciousness. Their bar known as the Sea Hag is a treasure house of 62 craft beer, boutique wine and 55 various bourbon selections. Though the prices are a bit high, it is well worth it for its fab food, drinks and beautiful ambience. Truly a local gem.
122 Sears Avenue Louisville, KY 40207 +1 502 897 9721
Equus & Jack's Lounge is a place where you can just relax, get comfy in the deep leather sofas and chairs, and love the tete-a-tete with each other. They have an eclectic mix of cocktails, beers and wines which will surely dazzle you. The menu is customized for casual dining and specializes in the New American cuisine from dainty bar bites such as fried calamari to an appetizing beef filet. You will simply love their signature dishes such as the creamy, spicy mushroom fumé, nachos, bourbon-laced shrimp Jenkins, and fried chicken with mashed potatoes and kale. The menu changes often as they only use fresh, seasonal produce. Equus & Jack is a fun place to be in with good gourmet bar food.
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.
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