• Situated between Nulu and downtown and brought to you by the same people of a Louisville favorite Wild Eggs, Wild Rita's is a modern Mexican tequila bar.

    502-584-7482
    http://wildritas.com
  • The pre- and post-arena event dining selection expands. The Troll Pub offers everything game-goers expect like burgers, pizza and chicken wings, plus a few unique items like “hog wings”— bone-in pork tips — and the “troll leg”— a smoked turkey leg.
    618-4829
    trollpub.com
  • After 130 years, it still has the most substantial fried-fish sandwich in town — and that’s saying something in this fried-fish loving town. The turtle soup’s a keeper, too.
    587-0526
  • Miss C's Kitchen uses local ingredients for their southern food and sandwiches. Head there for a lunch meeting, or grab food to go.

    (502) 992-3166
    http://www.misscskitchen.com
  • Medical center visitors and downtown workers pack this deli every weekday for delicious sandwiches and salads, appropriately named for neighborhoods in New York City.
    587-1006
    wallstreetdeli.com
  • Simply put, The Jeff Ruby Experience is about excellence.

    502-584-0102
    http://www.jeffruby.com/about/jeff-ruby-experience
  • (502) 580-1350
    http://www.vincenzositalianrestaurant.com/pages/home.php
  • The attraction here is the view from a spectacular perch on the 25th floor of the Galt House’s West Tower, courtesy of two revolving dining rooms that provide a panorama of both sides of the Ohio River. The dinner menu incorporates influences from classic American and European cuisines.
    568-4239
    rivue.com
  • This downtown spot offers favorite Italian classics with a contemporary flair. Try the sea bass entrée with fingerling potatoes, olives, caper berries and artichoke.
    671-4285
    blugrille.com
  • A new restaurant in the Hyatt Regency on Fourth Street, Sway stands for “Southern way” and features Southern staples like fried green tomatoes and chicken-fried steak.
    581-1234