• Including “martini bar” in the name of this place was no exaggeration. The martini menu includes colorfully named vodka, bourbon, rum, and dessert creations. Purists, don’t worry — we bet they’d make a classic vodka (or gin) and vermouth martini if you ask nicely. Soak up your drinks with 60 West’s upscale American bistro fare.
    719-9717
    60westbistro.com
  • At The Joy Luck, they advertise wholesome, belly-warming comfort food
    in a friendly and cozy atmosphere. Good food, good drinks and good company. 

    (502) 238-3070
    http://www.thejoyluck.com/
  • It’s called “Mexican street food.” Translation?

    (502) 454-5417
    elfreakingcamino.com
  • Simply put, The Jeff Ruby Experience is about excellence.

    502-584-0102
    http://www.jeffruby.com/about/jeff-ruby-experience
  • Located in its original 1937 building, Joe’s serves comfort food in the form of burgers, fried fish, cheese sticks and nachos. Open until 4 a.m. daily, the restaurant can accommodate late-night diners and large parties.
    426-2074
  • A tiny spot that dishes up one of the city’s best vegetarian burritos, handmade tamales and the ultimate meat-eater’s delight: carnitas.
    459-4356
  • Bringing New York style pizza to Louisville, Papalino's opens another location in Springhurst.

    (502) 736-2700
  • This chain grocery’s extensive selection of prepared foods (sandwiches to pastas) is made without artificial ingredients or synthetic preservatives.
    899-5545
    wholefoodsmarket.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
  • Loop 22 will leave your mouth watering for more with a menu featuring brussels sprouts salad, mussel appetizer, suck sandwich and chicken and fried dumplings.