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  • Sake Blue's Japanese Bistro is an award-winning, family-owned restaurant in Louisville.

    502-708-1500
    http://www.sakeblue.com/
  • This Southern Indiana eatery offers a fine view of the river and Louisville skyline along with popular chewy-crust pizzas, calzones, pasta and subs.
    282-3844
    eatatrockys.com
  • This restaurant employs all the charm of the South and Chef Jim Gerhardt’s “new Southern” cooking. The indecisive will enjoy the “Feed Me Chef” option — a five-course tasting menu specially chosen by the chef himself each night.
    426-7477
    limestonerestaurant.com
  • Famous for its prime aged beef (try the bourbon-marinated rib-eye) and extensive wine list (it is called Eddie MERLOT’s), this upscale chai

    584-3266
    eddiemerlots.com
  • Gourmet tacos that redefine fast food, served on house-made tortillas with a variety of salsas. Choose from a list of local ingredients, and grab a light bite or go for the whole punk platter.
    584-8226
    tacopunk.com
  • Louisville’s only coal-fired oven makes pizza crust thin and crisp. Coals offers carefully composed 12-inch pies, one to try is the Highlands pizza which is topped with Dream Catcher Farm bacon, fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and arugula.
    742-8200
    coalsartisanpizza.com
  • A new addition to the New Albany restaurant scene, this spot offers local craft beers and Kentucky specialties, including Louisville’s hot brown and a bourbon molasses barbecue sauce.

    (812) 948-9999
    cafe27.com
  • This deli, that resides in the same building as Ditto's, is to die for! Costumers rave over their wide variety of sandwiches, soups, and pastas!

    (502) 584-3354
    http://www.stevensandstevensdeli.com/HTML/index.html
  • This lively eatery features handcrafted beer and a menu fit for imbibing. Try the Kobe beef Cheeseburger paired with a seasonal brew.
    589-8935
    gordonbiersch.com
  • The ceramic pig outside signals the great pork barbecue inside. A smoked-meat empire in the making and Louisville favorite since 1988, Mark’s barbecue chicken, pork, and spicy mustard-based sauce keep it on the carnivore club’s frequent-visit list. Also, try the onion straws and fried corn.
    244-0140
    marksfeedstore.com