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Nightlife in Louisville. Otherwise we found that most evening activities in Louisville revolved around art and culture so perhaps you might be interested in checking out any of the following theaters in Louisville for a night out on the town! Only one of two historic theaters to survive the urban renewal, The Palace Theater is a great place to catch a movie by stepping back in a time long since gone. Today, the theater hosts Broadway attractions, local, national, and international performing arts presentations, classic films, and concert engagements!
Louisville Craft Beer Scene. Bourbon not your thing? Louis all thanks to a massive influx of German immigrants who made enjoying a good pint of beer a social activity. They brought over their long history of brewing traditions to the US and introduced the lager. Today, more and more new breweries are opening and the craft beer scene is at full speed ahead! Gotta love them Germans! Street Art in Louisville. Street Art is popping up all over the place, and Louisville flourishes in vibrant and particular creativity.
We found tons of wall murals while driving around town, got out and snapped a few pictures before heading on to the next.
For the full guide of where to find all some of the amazing artwork we found, check out my post of Where to Find Street Art in Louisville. How to Get Around Louisville. First off, getting to Louisville is super easy. With a quick glance at a map, you can see that Kentucky is surrounded by seven states and a day trip to Louisville is possible from Lexington, Kentucky 1 hr 15, Cincinnati, Ohio 1 hr 31, Indianapolis, Indiana 1 hr 44, or weekend trips to Louisville from Columbus, Ohio 2 hr 58, St.
Considering that Louisville is relatively flat, it makes it easy to get around and there are plenty of bike lanes, too. There are stops all over the city to grab a bike, go for a ride and drop it off at another location. There are also many great bike routes in Louisville , including the Louisville Loop , a mile loop currently in the works which will completely encircle the city and link to existing and new parks and neighborhoods which will make for some great excursions in Louisville.
We tried to visit each neighborhood and explore in depth, though some days all we caught was a glimpse. We drove to all locations which was clearly the easiest way to get around, those were were cautioned about visiting certain areas in Louisville, especially come sundown. Definitely a state to add to our annual US roadtrip. Visiting from farawayfiles. Those are the best burgers in the world! Thanks for stopping by! I was hoping you would say Kentucky is home to KFC otherwise my knowledge of this place would have been completely wrong lol.
There is so much to see and do here and so many amazing places to eat — and those burgers?! I was suite glad to see that KFC is actually from Kentucky too haha otherwise that was a huge marketing lie that was a success haha.
Great, comprehensive guide to Louisville. I particularly like the look of the historic houses in Old Louisville. Thanks for sharing with us on FarawayFiles.
Thanks Lolo! Hope you make it to Kentucky one day! Wow, such an extensive and comprehensive post! The restaurants and food you described have made my mouth water, the burritos look fabulous.
The historic part looks really interesting and well worth a visit. Just love the detail in your post! And now everyone has a great guide to Kentucky! Especially that shake. What the? So my terrible geography skills mean that when I think Kentucky, my brain goes straight to the Kentucky Derby, then to Hunter S.
Thompson and then Bat Country. Glad you wrote about the city. It looks really cool to me. Proof the United States is full of diamonds in the rough. I am already waiting fro your post on street art. Pretty impressive, right on the river. I love those old houses — very similar where I lived a few hours north in Cincinnati, Ohio. Add a spoonful of yogurt and our Munich Style Whiskey. Shake and pour over ice.
Now you have a drink that is similar to a strawberry milkshake. Come out tomorrow and get one. We started a new whiskey yesterday. The mash is equal parts corn, rye, oats, wheat, and barley all from wyomalt. Whos ready for some Chili????? Your favorite distillery will be competing in this years event, Formally known as Tangle Leg Bootleggers Chili.
Sorry folks, but with roads deteriorating we will not be opening the tasting room today. Hope everyone stays warm!! Stop by Tuesday and grab a bottle for your New Year's Eve parties!! Go to our events and click purchase tickets ; trust us this is something you dont want to miss out on!!!!! Includes dinner and drinks. So our employees can get home to their families, we have special hours today and we are closed tomorrow.
Merry Christmas!! He seemed to know a good deal about whiskey, so I asked him about shaking the bottle to get an even mix. He said the stuff that settles at the bottom is stuff you'd rather not have in the whiskey and makes it taste worse.
He said you're not supposed to shake it, but you are supposed to store the bottle sideways, not upright. Storage of the bottles first: Any bottle with high alcohol content such as whisk e y, bourbon, rye, rum, vodka etc should be stored upright, if the bottle is closed with cork. The reason is that the alcohol will detoriate the cork if in direct contact. If the bottle is closed with a screw capsule, then it doesn't really matter.
This is different of storing wine, where it should be stored sideways, so the cork won't dry out.Pour some fun into your inbox. Subscribe to get all the latest cocktails in your email.