There is a neighborhood for everyone here. Better yet—visit them all.
BY LOUISVILLE TOURISM
Try it here: Angel’s Envy Distillery, 500 E Main St
Lueberry Acai . Locals rave about the wok-seared lima beans from Mayan Café and dessert at Louisville Cream , home to a rotating menu of premium small-batch ice cream in creative flavors like Bourbon Smoked Pecan and Peanut Butter Feelings. Unwind at Garage Bar (housed in a former auto service garage) with beer, bourbon, a seasonal cocktail, or wine. The casual neighborhood spot also serves up pizzas from a wood-fired brick oven and a selection of premium country hams. East Market Street is filled with local shops to explore. For a heart-thumping adventure, try indoor rock climbing at Climb NuLu before enjoying an authentic bourbon experience at Angel’s Envy or Rabbit Hole Distillery , where you can take intimate tours and get an up-close look at the entire operation capped off with guided tastings.
The East Market District of downtown, also referred to as NuLu (standing for New Louisville), has become known for its unique art galleries, specialty stores, antique shops, and award-winning culinary scene. Thrillist named NuLu one of the “18 Best Food Neighborhoods in America.” Kickstart your day with coffee and vinyl at Please & Thank You , a local café and record shop that sells coffee, sweets, sandwiches, and their famous chocolate chip cookies. Or, indulge in house-cured Tabasco Brown Sugar Bacon, crispy Southern fried chicken, Weisenberger Grits, or the Sunergos Espresso at Big Bad Breakfast. The Top Chef crew sipped on Bourbon Slushies at Feast BBQ , tenders and pimento cheese grits at Royals Hot Chicken , and super food smoothies at
Try it here: Garage Bar, 700 E Market St
Try it here: Rabbit Hole Distillery, 711 E Jefferson St
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