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Akiko's is a karaoke bar located in Louisville that is your go to for a fun night. This dimly lit bar offers a wide variety of drinks at pocket friendly prices including, beer, wine and a selection of local, domestic and even premium international spirits. Drop in to enjoy a night of singing along to popular tunes and knocking back a couple of cold drinks with friends. They do not serve food here so make sure to have a full meal before you visit Akiko's.
Zanzabar is a local institution. Since its opening in 1938 it has changed templates many times, but it has always remained a local watering hole. The recent incarnation has it all, from old-school arcade games and pinball tournament nights to local farm-to-table food and live music, things have surely changed since those prewar days. The food and drinks are outstanding, but a lot of people come just to revert back to their childhood with games like Paperboy, Asteroids, Frogger and Donkey Kong. When you add the live music, this version of Zanzabar appears as if it is the best one in the last 80 years.
The Kaviar Forge and Gallery showcases award-winning sculptor Craig Kaviar's work - along with a variety of other artists and mediums. Mr. Kaviar has revitalized what was once an abandoned piece of land for his studio, gallery, and sculpture garden, and today visitors come from all over to admire the array of forged metalwork, jewelry, paintings, ceramics, glass, and woodwork. If they are lucky, from the gallery they may observe the metal being forged on the vegetable oil-fueled forge in the studio below. Special group tours are available.
duPont Manual Memorial Stadium is located in Louisville. Inaugurated in 1924, it was one of the largest stadiums in America at that point of time. Mainly used for football, the venue is the home ground of duPont Manual Rams and has a total capacity of 11,463.
The Portland Museum is dedicated to the local history and culture of this affluent local Louisville community. Some local academics established the museum in 1978 and it grew from those humble beginnings to an interesting attraction. Of course the focus is on the neighborhood's heritage, with the museum's collection featuring many exhibitions and interactive displays including original paintings, photographs, dioramas, life-size models, memorabilia and documentaries.
If you are a music buff, this is a place you'll want to visit. This 2013 addition to the Louisville music scene has been welcomed by all since the closing of the popular Ear X-tacy. Guestroom Records is a haven for all those who love music as they have an impressive collection. Featuring a vast genre of music which covers the old and the new, it is indeed a small treasure trove of musical gems. They also host concerts occasionally.