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Bourbon Barrel Foods: Soy Tasting Experience

Updated Today

As we all know, the bourbon craze that began here in the Louisville area has spread worldwide. It is a constant conversation piece and is now one of our area’s most important tourism attractions. This incredible interest in bourbon has also created many bourbon inspired products that include the use and inclusion of bourbon in many unique and creative ways.

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Experience South Fourth Street in Downtown Louisville!

Experience South Fourth Street in Downtown Louisville!

Updated Jun 21, 2019

South Fourth: Cool Shops. Classic Street

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Louie the Troll

The Best Casual Dining Restaurants in Downtown Louisville, Kentucky

Updated Jun 21, 2019

Downtown Louisville is a thriving hub of activity that includes concerts, sporting events of all types and cultural events that will rival those of any metropolitan area. The area continues to boom with new hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues opening at a very rapid pace.

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Dining Along Historic Frankfort Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky

Dining Along Historic Frankfort Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky

Posted Jun 18, 2019

Over the past several years, Frankfort Avenue in Louisville has become a hotbed for some of the best local dining spots. Restaurants along "The Avenue," as locals fondly call it, feature a variety of cuisines and most of these are chef owned and operated, adding to their appeal and success.

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Experience the Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky

Posted May 3, 2019

The Kentucky Derby is often referred to as the “Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” or the “Run for the Roses,” signifying the famous blanket of roses that is always draped over the winning horse. The Derby is also the first leg of the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, with the Preakness and then the Belmont Stakes to follow.

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Kentucky Oaks 2019 Puts the Focus on the Fillies

Posted May 3, 2019

Often called the “Race for the Lilies,” the stargazer lily is the official flower of the Kentucky Oaks, making pink the preferred color in both men’s and women’s fashion. 

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Chef Joshua Moore

Chef Joshua Moore: Keeping Louisville's Dining Scene In The News

Posted Mar 9, 2019

One of Louisville’s most respected and well-liked chefs, Joshua Moore, has been in the news a lot lately! His recent win on the popular television show Chopped has kept him in the public eye as has his well known social media posts of giant fish that he brings into Volare weekly to prepare for his guests.

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Meet Chef Zac Young of Marketplace Restaurant at Theater Square in Downtown Louisville

Meet Chef Zac Young of Marketplace Restaurant at Theater Square in Downtown Louisville

Posted Mar 8, 2019

We sat down with Chef Zac Young of Marketplace Restaurant at Theater Square in Louisville, Kentucky. Here's what he had to say about cooking, life as a foodie in the Derby City and more!

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Louisville Mega Cavern Underground Zip-Line Course

Louisville Mega Cavern Underground Zip-Line Course

Posted Feb 19, 2019

By: Kirsten E. Silven

Housed in a former limestone quarry, the 100-acre Mega Cavern in Louisville is home to the world’s first underground zip-line course, offering adventure-seekers a spectacular and truly unique experience. Although it’s not a natural cave system, the Mega Cavern is nothing short of breathtaking, with towering columns of sheer rock to support the massive underground space, whichlies beneath 10 lanes of the Waterson Expressway (I-264) and parts of the Louisville Zoo!

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