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One of the most popular restaurants in town, bar Vetti is a fabulous place to dine with family and friends. The elevated cuisine is dynamic but features pizzas, pastas and mains. Beef Tartares, Spaghetti Carbonara and Four Cheese Pizzas is a must try. You can be sure of delicious goodness at this cozy and minimalist restaurant. Complement your meal with wine or cocktail. Expect a memorable dining experience in bar Vetti.
Housed in the Starks Building, Eddie Merlot's is a restaurant fit for many occasions, be it a business dinner or a fun meal with the family. Serving succulent steaks and absolutely fresh seafood, it has something for everyone. Appetizers like the sesame calamari and barbecue shrimp are a great way to start a meal that could comprise bone-in filet, trio of medallions, beef bourguignon, New Orleans mixed grill and more. An excellent wine list further enhances the meal.
The Sports & Social Club is a relaxed sports bar offering classic pub food and tremendous sports viewing, in a comfortable tavern setting. Serving lunch, dinner and a dynamic nightlife, The Sports & Social Club also offers bowling, live entertainment, and The Eagle: a fully equipped private party room. The restaurant and bar is equipped with state of the art technology including the ultimate sports viewing room equipped with two 100 inch high definition projectors and digital surround sound, making the S&SC the perfect venue to watch sports and party with friends. The Sports & Social Club has been ranked Number 21 by ESPN Magazine in their "29 Greatest Sports Bars in the Known Universe" article!
Nestled in Downtown Louisville's entertainment hub, Fourth Street Live, PBR Louisville is a vibrant place where patrons can let their hair down and have a good time. PBR which is an abbreviation for Professional Bull Riders, follows a cowboy theme, but blends an urban touch into its ambiance. Game nights, happy hours, concerts and other events fill this place up with a lot of energy.
When the glossy hubbub of Fourth Street Live becomes overwhelming, head for Third Street Dive. It's dark and gritty, the drinks are inexpensive, and the frills are decidedly few. There's a pool table in the back, a juke box full of heavy rock'n'roll, and live music on select evenings. The regulars are full of colorful stories, and the barkeeps have their share as well. If your one-drink Happy Hour plan turns into an beer-fueled, punk-rock all nighter, you're more than welcome to order out for pizza or bring in a bag of White Castles from around the corner. See MySpace page for concert schedule and more.