equip magazine | Edition 3


See it here: Bourbon City Cruisers, 210 W Liberty St

Try it here: Doc Crow’s, 127 W Main St


Raw Bar . For a tasty burger, try Sidebar or Mussel & Burger Bar . For upscale dining, pop into Proof on Main , where fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients inspire the restaurant’s ever-evolving menu, The Evan Williams Bourbon Experience gives visitors an insider’s look at the process of crafting Kentucky Bourbon at an artisanal distillery with an opportunity to sip on a cocktail at ON3 Bar on the third floor. Old Forester Distillery’s tour has an on-site cooperage, urban rickhouse and bottling line, along with George’s

Bar to enjoy Brown-Forman’s product. Michter’s Fort Nelson Distillery is the city’s most recent bourbon tourism experience to open its doors on Whiskey Row. Museum Row on Main Street boasts several one-of-a-kind attractions within just 5 walkable blocks. From history to bourbon and modern art, there is something for everyone. In addition to the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, you can visit the Frazier History Museum (home of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail ® Welcome Center), Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory , Kentucky Science Center , Peerless Distilling Co. , KMAC Museum , Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts , and the Muhammad Ali Center . A trip down Whiskey Row wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Art Eatables , a premier bourbon chocolatier known for its bourbon chocolate truffles. Duluth Trading Co. is home to men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, including its popular “Buck Naked” ™ underwear line. The KMAC Shop has a variety of handmade decorative and functional art pieces while the Frazier Museum Store has culinary goods, jewelry and, rare bourbon bottles among other souvenirs.

Louisville’s Whiskey Row is re-inhabiting the original footprint that once served as home to the Bourbon industry from the mid- to late 1800s, while Museum Row is home to several notable museums all within a few blocks of each other. Lining Louisville’s Main Street are some of the oldest buildings in the city, built between the 1850s and early 1900s. The Revivalist and Chicago School–style buildings with cast-iron facades are the largest collection, second only to SoHo in New York City. Named one of the best Main Streets in America, this downtown street is once again a thriving Bourbon and culinary district and is also home to some of the city’s most iconic attractions. No matter your taste buds, the Whiskey Row/Museum Row area in downtown Louisville has an abundance of dining options. For breakfast or lunch, there’s Wiltshire Pantry Bakery and Café , known for its homemade biscuits, sandwiches, salads, soups, and pastries. If it’s pizza you’re craving, there’s Bearno’s , Impellizzeri’s , and Luigi’s . For straightforward Southern cuisine, there’s Merle’s Whiskey Kitchen and Doc Crow’s Southern Smokehouse &

See it here: Old Forester Distilling Co., 119 W Main St

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