Louisville - One of the "Best Foodie Small Towns in America"
"One of the top 10 Tastiest Towns"
"One of the "Best Foodie Getaways around the World"
East Market Street "One of the 10 Best Foodie Streets in America"
–Food & Wine Magazine
Jack Fry's: A Louisville Highlands area institution established in 1933. A must eat for lunch and dinner. Famous for feeding & entertaining the famous.
Garage Bar: Hip NuLu establishment known for craft beer, artisan pizzas, southern specialties and its ferociously cool patio.
El Mundo: Fusion Mexican food to die for. An eclectic Louisville staple located in the Avenue corridor. Try the “Millionaire Margarita.”
Holy Grale: If you worship craft beer and great bar food. Ever-changing beers from around the world on-tap (26 taps, actually). In the Highlands.
Louisville Beer Store: All-original beer store and tasting room dedicated solely to craft beer. Eight rotating taps and more than 400 bottled beers from around the world. The Avenue corridor.
Big Bar: A diverse crowd in an intimate setting. Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s every Sunday and daily Happy Hour specials on the patio.
Renowned for his vigilant craftsmanship of Maker’s Mark, Master Distiller Greg Davis is equally meticulous when it comes to preparing his own barbecue. Enjoy it for yourself at this casual barbecue dinner and hear Greg speak about his two true passions: bourbon and barbecue.
Louisville’s craft beer scene is hopping – get a taste (or a pint) at one of our local breweries.
Louisville’s rich history and culinary heritage provides the perfect recipe for a fun and memorable walking food tour of the downtown area. Enjoy a delicious culinary experience while exploring historic Louisville’s restaurants and specialty shops.