Louisville Night Life
Nightlife in Louisville celebrates proud history
ouisville has a long, proud history, and there's much you'll find at night here to remind you of that fact. For instance, the Kentucky Opera is the 12th oldest opera operating in the United States. Food also has some memorable history in Louisville, where the cheeseburger was born in the 1930s. This city offers many diverse and ethnically rich restaurants and cafes. Some of the popular stops include Bearno's By the Bridge, offering pizza and live music, Bendova Sushi Bar, Lynn's Paradise Café, and English Café. Louisville is a music city, and you can enjoy some homegrown talent at nightclubs such as Phoenix Hill Tavern and Headliners Music Hall. For a more refined approach to nightlife, check out the plays and musical performances at the Kentucky Center and Brown Theatre. Here in the downtown area you'll find performances by acts including the Louisville Ballet, Louisville Orchestra, and Kentucky Opera. The Young American Shakespeare Festival also takes place in Louisville and The Louisville Palace in downtown is a historic landmark that opened in 1928 and features performances by many world-class entertainers. There's more to sports in Louisville than making baseball bats and unparalleled horse racing. The city is home to the University of Louisville, and the NCAA Division I Cardinals are a regular force in football and basketball in the competitive Big East Conference. Professional sports include The Bats, a Triple-A Minor League Baseball team affiliated with the Cincinnati Reds. For history and a memorable time, Louisville is the place.
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“Well I've heard all the talk about Barleys at work for four years. Never went in there till yesterday. My loss. I passed it every day, and just never took time to stop, but I will from now on. Coldest beer and 50 cent po... ”
“Ate there with some friends about a month ago. Couldn't wait to go back, so today going with another group of friends. Best benedictine sandwich and tomato dill soup I ever ate.”
“I read reviews on Barley's. I'm very picky on my pizzas, so I went there to pick it apart. I COULDN'T !! It was the best Ive ever had. I've go there twice a week just to eat. I don't drink, but if I did, this would be m... ”
“It's a little off the beaten path, but I like that. I've been going there for almost two years, and I haven't as much as seen an argument in there. The food is great and the owners are the nicest people you would ever wa... ”
“Bed management. Not kids friendly. If you do kids birthday party never chose this restaurant, they will ruin your experience. Manager Lisa do not know her job she would ruin your experience instead of managing her stuff.... ”
“I've been getting food from the Poplar Level store for a long time, in recent months the quality of the food and service has gotten noticeably worse.
On Sat eve, May 24, about 8pm, I and two friends stopped there to g... ”
“Very nice out of the way place. I met one of the owners. The whole staff was so nice. The food was unbelievable. Not what you would expect in a bar. More like food from the highlands or east end. The pizza is like no p... ”
“Barleys in kind-a off the beaten' path, but well worth the time to go. It's not a hole in the wall, but very casual setting. All the people made my friends and I feel like we were part of the Family. We got pizza. OH MY ... ”
“We made our first visit to The Cafe on Saturday. We had heard much about the restaurant and we weren't disappointed at all. We'll be back.”
“Living in NYC most of my life, unless you go to an authentic China Town in a big city, you will never find GOOD chinese food. Especially in KY. Jumbo offers some of the better chinese I'v tasted here in KY. For the pri... ”