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    451-9020
    lerelaisrestaurant.com
  • Located at the former Club 21, The Cure Lounge is an upscale bar and lounge with several options for small plate dining.

    502-619-2178
  • Offering “a hundred thousand welcomes,” this lively pub tries to recreate an authentic atmosphere and serves savory Irish staples, from bangers and mash and Guinness beef stew to salmon

    899-3544
    theirishroverky.com
  • Have a craving for an empanada? Gara Empanadas will satisfy every ache for chicken, beef, tuna, spinach, coconut, ham and cheese and bacon and egg delectable empanadas.

    (502) 356-7576
    www.garaempanadas.com
  • (502) 454-5417
    http://elfreakingcamino.com/
  • This is the only place in town where an expertly crafted beer list is served in a former church, complete with an upstairs bar called the Choir Loft. The menu consists of snack-sized portions of bar food like scotch eggs and chorizo tacos. It would be a sin not to take the beer pairing recommendations on the menu.
    holygralelouisville.com
  • The latest addition to the O’Shea’s family of Irish-inspired pubs serves traditional favorites like fish and chips, pommes frites, and burgers. They also have Neopolitan-style pizzas and a good beer selection. This pub has become a favorite of the downtown arena crowd.
    708-2488
    osheaslouisville.net
  • Annie May’s offers cakes, pies, cookies, and breads for dessert lovers with food allergies — or any dessert lovers, really. All items are gluten-free, peanut-free, and tree nut-free, and many can be made without other common allergens like soy and dairy.
    384-2667
    anniemayssweetcafe.com
  • This chain combines the ambiance of an upscale steakhouse with Asian fare like the signature chicken or vegetarian lettuce wraps, and an array of spicy stir-fries.
    327-7707
    pfchangs.com
  • This high-end chain restaurant is famous for its extensive menu featuring salads, pasta dishes, seafood, steaks and “glamburgers.”
    897-3933
    thecheesecakefactory.com