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Winner of the coveted AAA five-diamond award, the Seelbach Hilton's Oakroom provides its guests the same service F. Scott Fitzgerald and John F. Kennedy enjoyed during their visits. The menu draws its inspiration from the local traditions of Kentucky and it aims to preserve the native dishes unique to this region. The restaurant highlights entrees that have Kentucky bourbon, local foie gras, Denham Farm's mountain ham and other seasonal delights. Of course, the bar has an extensive selection of classic bourbon labels as well as more unknown 'small batch' ones.
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.
Bowling just became a whole new game. First opened in Hollywood, California, Lucky Strike Lanes' management envisioned a bowling alley celebrities would want to patronize - with top shelf food and ever-changing artwork showcased at the end of each lane. The idea proved popular, and Lucky Strike Lanes now has alleys across the country. The menu is surprisingly gourmet for a bowling alley; revitalized from the typical beer and nachos that may spring to mind at the mention of bowling alley food. The mouth-watering menu includes appetizers, salads, gourmet pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, desserts, and even all-day breakfast. Please note that guests are expected to adhere to a dress code.
An old trolley turned into a food vendor, Ollie's Trolley is a local favorite when you want to have some yummy, burger and fries. The Ollie burger with the trademark Ollie sauce are worth tasting when going to this place. The burgers are hand-patted and the fries are served with a generous amount of seasoning.With not much room for indoor seating, a few of benches are placed in the outdoor area for customers to enjoy their meals.
The management of Bistro 301 have converted what was once a sports bar into a fine dining luxury worthy of a big date night. Contemporary twists on favorite pastas, salads, appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, meats, and desserts are completed by a massive international beer and wine list. Located near the Actors Theatre of Louisville, the bistro makes a great beginning to an entertaining night.