Best Things To Do in Louisville

Best Things To Do in Louisville

Evan Williams Bourbon Experience Review: The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Evan Williams Bourbon Experience Review: The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Posted Oct 20, 2017

Even people who have never set foot in Kentucky know that the Bluegrass State loves its bourbon, and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience in Louisville is designed to give attendees a real taste of this rich heritage as the first official stop on the well-traveled Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Here is our review of the immersive Evan Williams Bourbon Traditional Tour & Tasting experience!

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Dining at Martini Italian Bistro at the Paddock Shops in Louisville

Dining at Martini Italian Bistro at the Paddock Shops in Louisville

Updated Jul 12, 2017

As my date and I were finishing up our much-needed shopping spree, our hunger started getting the best of us. We had spent the day out east trying to find respective outfits for our friend’s wedding the following weekend and hadn’t planned for dinner. We decided to try this restaurant across the way called Martini Italian Bistro, which is located in the Paddock Shops lifestyle center (formerly The Summit) and we couldn’t have picked a better spot!

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Tour the Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, KY

Tour the Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, KY

Updated Jun 16, 2017

Wineries of Bullitt County, Kentucky

Wineries of Bullitt County, Kentucky

Updated May 22, 2017

Everyone knows that Bullitt County is synonymous with bourbon, but it’s also home to some seriously scenic and award-winning wineries. Although the countryside in Bullitt County is definitely gorgeous, venturing about 10 minutes past the southern edge of Metro Louisville offers much more than just a pretty view. Here, wine connoisseurs will thrill to the superb taste and quality of the wine that is made right here in Kentucky.

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Get to Know the 'Ville

Get to Know the 'Ville

Updated Dec 30, 2016

The last decade has seen a cultural and civic boom in Louisville, which has long been known worldwide for hosting the Kentucky Derby each May. But today the Derby City is known for so much more than just the “most exciting two minutes in sports,” and visitors can browse new galleries, restaurants and performance spaces. Entire neighborhoods have been reimagined and are making their mark as hubs of cultural and culinary innovation. Here’s an overview of four of Louisville’s most popular areas, offering countless opportunities for shopping, dining and entertainment.

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