• The well-designed dining room and two bars add ambiance to a menu that includes sushi, teryiaki and tempura dishes, soups and salads.
    625-3090
    caviarsushibar.com
  • A sleek locale and new interpretations of classic Italian are highlights of this chain. It also boasts an extensive martini menu of candy-colored drinks with names like All That Razz and Jolly Rancher.
    394-9797
    martini-italian-bistro.com
  • Downstairs at the Monkey Wrench: contemporary Hillbilly fare like burgood, shrimp and grits, and a great cocktail menu. 

    582-2433
  • (502) 882-3279

  • Queen of Sheba restaurant is proud to bring you the first and only authentic Ethiopian Cuisine at its finest here in Louisville, Kentucky without you traveling thousands of miles to Africa.

    (502) 459-6301
    http://www.queenofshebalouisville.com/
  • goodolejessiesdiner.com
    $$ | Cafes
  • This 87-year-old seafood institution is one of the essential Louisville experiences. It specialize in fried seafood of all types, served with house-made cocktail and tartar sauces.
    937-9888
    mikelinnigsrestaurant.com
  • Famous Dave’s serves up St. Louis-style ribs, pulled pork, and its often-requested bread pudding. We recommend you don’t wear your nice white shirt.
    493-2812
    famousdaves.com
  • This is the sister of Los Aztecas, with virtually the same menu, including everything from nachos to fajitas and, of course, margaritas.
    459-7776
    solaztecas.net
  • The influence and style of food at Little Jerusalem Cafe is just as diverse as the people that surround it in the Iroquois area.

    (502) 614-6465
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Little-Jerusalem-Cafe/474030445990850