Sundays usually signal the end of the weekend, but it doesn’t have to. Here are twelve ideas to get you started on extending your weekend fun in Louisville.
Belle of Louisville, Boujie Brunch or Sightseeing Cruise | 401 W. River Road
Spend a casual Sunday on the river aboard the historic Belle of Louisville on a traditional sightseeing cruise, or the new Boujie Brunch (happening once a month) that includes a cocktail and southern-style meal with live music.
The Hub Drag Brunch* | 2235 Frankfort Avenue
Both inside and out of the patio turn into a fun party during the Hub’s drag brunch with themed events, as well as fundraising drag brunches that help both local and regional organizations.
Mint Julep Experiences, Boozy Brunch and Bourbon Tour | 210 W. Liberty Street
Begin with breakfast at The Café, then head out to three bourbon distilleries for tours and tastings before heading back to Louisville.
North of Bourbon | 936 Goss Avenue
Each Sunday you can experience the blending of the culinary scenes of Louisville and New Orleans for a Southern food experience—with a splash of bourbon, of course.
Copper & Kings, Sunday Brandy Brunch | 1121 E. Washington Street
Head to the rooftop of Copper & Kings to soak up views of downtown Louisville while imbibing on a sumptuous brunch menu that compliments musically-influenced cocktails like Fly Me to the Moon, Just Beet It, Drops of Juniper and more.
Nachand Canoe & Kayak Rental on Harrods Creek | 7001 River Road
Rent a canoe, kayak, stand up paddle board or peddle boat to explore historic Harrods Creek. With restaurants to stop at for a bite to eat, or paddling all the way upstream in search of waterfalls, spending some time outside is a great way to spend your Sunday.
Sports & Social Club, #BrunchLove | 427 S. 4th Street
Between 10 am and 2 pm, Louisville’s Sports & Social Club is sharing the #BrunchLove with Bloody Mary and Mimosa Specials, a live DJ, and fun giveaways.
Le Moo* Drag Brunch | 2300 Lexington Road
Since 2017, Le Moo has been home to a decadent brunch buffet and fabulously themed drag shows highlighting musical icons like Beyonce and Britney to pop culture themes such as Disney, the 80s and Harry Potter.
Falls of the Ohio, Fossil Bed Discovery Hike | 201 W. Riverside Drive, Clarksville IN
Take a trip back in time. More than 380 millions years in time to be more exact! Guided by a park naturalist, discover the marine fossils that makeup up the Falls of the Ohio River during a 60-minute hike atop the ancient fossil beds. Note: Be sure to wear shoes suitable for walking on rocks.
Trouble Bar Louisville | 1149 S. Shelby Street
Beginning in September, enjoy a 90-minute bourbon tasting at Trouble Bar followed by a short, leisurely stroll across the street to the Chef’s Table at Square Cut for a two-course family-style dinner.
Speed Art Museum, Free Sundays | 2035 S. Third Street
Spend your Sunday strolling through the art galleries of the oldest and largest art museum in Kentucky. Since 1925, the Speed Art Museum has continued to expand its collection to highlight regional, national and international artwork. For the young artist in your life, stop by the interactive Art Sparks gallery and check out 15 hands-on exhibits for the young and young at heart.
CC’s Kitchen Drag Brunch* | 800 S. 4th Street
With an ever-changing elevated cocktail and food menu, CC’s Kitchen is one of the top spots in the city for its weekly, whimsical drag brunches.
*Listed on Yelp’s 2022 list of “Top Drag Brunches in the U.S.”