Heading to Louisville for a weekend getaway and wanting a great dining experience? I've got you covered, check out these restaurants while you're in town!

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Troll Pub Under the Bridge

This pub-style dining option not only has a unique name but offers up the same dining experience. The restaurant is located completely underground! Troll Pub's location is historical, as it used to be the location of the original Galt House hotel built in 1834, that is until a fire destroyed the property in 1865. Following the catastrophic hotel fire, this location would go on to be the headquarters for the L&N railroad in 1877 which lasted until 1907.

The area where Troll Pub is located is known as Whiskey Row because shortly after the railroad headquarters left, the whole city block became home to Kentucky bourbon distilleries and warehoused their spirits.

The reviews for the pub are consistently great but don't take my word for it! Check out these photos from my visit and what their menu has to offer! Located at 150 W. Washington St. Louisville, KY.

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Christi's Café

This café is more than just aesthetically cute, the food is downright amazing too. Just look at the Google reviews! This restaurant has so many mouth-watering options, you will want to order the entire menu. This amazing locally owned café is located at 12810 Dixie Hwy in Louisville.

 

 

Buck's Restaurant and Bar

Located in the heart of Old Louisville, Buck's is the place to be for a fine dining experience. With its grand opening in 1992, the tradition of good quality food and service has been the key to this restaurant's success. The owner set out to ensure that his customers would have a dining environment unique to his eatery. This is the go-to place to impress a date or to have a special occasion such as a birthday or anniversary. Buck's Restaurant and Bar is on the Urban Bourbon Trail as it offers up a boastful quantity and quality of Kentucky-made liquors. Buck's is located at 425 W. Ormsby Avenue, Louisville.

Butchertown Grocery Bakery

This is the place to go in Louisville to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings or any other cravings for that matter. From savory meals to an endless assortment of sweets, Butchertown Grocery Bakery does have everything you could want in one location. Check out these amazing photo's from their social media page, and look at the wonderful Thanksgiving menu they are offering! The bakery is located at 743 E. Main St. in Louisville.

 

CC's Kitchen at the Marketplace

Their Facebook page and website describe the eaterie as "Committed to creating elevated whimsical dishes in a fun welcoming atmosphere. We take our food and fun seriously.  From our Cotton Candy Martinis to cheesecakes served in Chocolate High Heel Shoes, good food with a healthy side of fun is what we're about!" CC's Kitchen also offers weekly drag shows and a Beast Bloody Mary that's basically a meal in itself that boasts.. wait for it... "a whole chicken, cheese, sausage, and additional trimmings."Good night, nurse! CC's is located at 651 S. 4th St. in Louisville.  

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