| Follow Us: Facebook Twitter

Food + Drink

Monnick Beer Louisville

Yes, we have bourbon, lots of bourbon. But we also have whiskey, beer, cocktails, tea, wine—even moonshine. We're home to new liquor start-ups, old school distilleries and pretty much coined the term "bourbon tourism." 

But we don't just drink. We like to eat, too.

Louisville fosters a thriving local foods economy that ranges from farmers' markets and food trucks to coffee shops and culinary incubators. With more than 2,500 restaurants spanning cuisines from new southern and barbecue to Vietnamese and Ethiopian, Louisville is a top dining destination. Louisville's chefs, both homegrown and newly arrived, pride themselves on preparing locally produced foodstuffs. Whether you prefer dining on haute cuisine at a James Beard Award winning restaurant or a 24-hour, greasy spoon diner, our array of dining options will satiate any palate. 

Features

GLI Annual Meeting

GLI Annual Meeting focuses on innovation; honors Muhammad Ali, Airport Authority

With a focus on innovation, Greater Louisville Inc. kicked off its Annual Meeting at The Palace Theatre last Wednesday.

Fat Lamb Beet Salad

Louisville's five must-visit restaurants in 2017

It's an embarrassment of riches when it comes to where to eat in Louisville. Luckily we have three meals a day, seven days a week to take advantage of the abundance. Here are a few can’t-misses – old and new – for 2017.

Light Up Louisville

Louisville Distilled's Holiday Survival Guide

It’s time to get your jingle on, Louisville. The Louisville Distilled’s Holiday Survival Guide, narrowed down the city’s best tried-and-true events and newest attractions to make it both easier to navigate and celebrate the holidays this season.

Woodlawn Ave.

Take a trip around the world on Woodlawn Ave.

Beechmont remains a sought-out place to live due to its cultural richness, affordability and sense of community. At the heart, sits Woodlawn Ave. 

Matt Barnes

Matt Barnes could open Studio Post Office anywhere. He chose Old Louisville.

Artist and designer Matt Scott Barnes has serious sweat equity in his block of Old Louisville. The Nashville native opened his gallery and design space, Studio Post Office, in the Arden Building on Oak between First Street and Second Street in February.
( 46 ) View All Features
Signup for Email Alerts

Food + Drink Growth & Innovation News

( 31 ) View All Growth & Innovation News