Chef Heintzmanr’s philosophy of cooking is one of simple elegance, and his seasonal menu will conjure up the essence of both French and Italian techniques. The dinner menu is always well balanced, offering selections for meat-lovers, vegetarians, and the health-conscious alike. Lunch menus, featuring unique entrées, sandwiches, and soups, are equally versatile. 211 Clover Lane is considered by many to offer the finest Sunday brunch in town, and the exceptional wine list has been recognized in many national publications.
Satisfying traditional Tuscan dishes are served in this interesting (and supposedly haunted) Old Louisville building. Dine inside or on the romantic patio on a lovely summer evening, There’s no extra charge if the ghosts want to share your penne alla Lorenzo or Valpolicella.
Bistro 301: an upscale casual dining in the heart of downtown Louisville. Located on the corner of third and market streets near the KFC Yum! Center and the Kentucky International Convention Center. The menus feature fresh local and regional ingredients served in a relaxed and friendly environment. Full bar service offered, with an extensive wine list, twelve beers on tap, and the best Kentucky bourbons. Available for events.
At Bistro Le Relais you’ll find exquisite French cuisine, prepared with only the finest, freshest ingredients, combined with relaxed, first-class service and an
intimate, 1940s art-deco interior reminiscent of the
Café from the movie “Casablanca”.
With a selection of more than 130 bourbons, including a barrel selection program, Bourbons Bistro is Louisville’s foremost bourbon bar. Their ever-revolving seasonal menu is bourbon inspired and locally sourced. Outdoor and private dining is available.
Brasserie Provence offers French classical & Provençal specialties in a brasserie-style dining room. The Brasserie also offers a Full Bar, Special Happy Hour Drinks and Appetizers, Wine Dinners, Holiday Event Dinners, and a Seasonal Patio.
The use of an exceptionally obscure wine term (it’s pronounced "bricks" and refers to the sugar content of ripe grapes at harvest) hints that the proprietors of this wine bar know their vino. Interesting wines and a short bistro-style menu make it a welcome suburban alternative.
Brooklyn and the Butcher is a modern steakhouse that features small plates and big steaks. Both polished and rugged – a mishmash of old school New York interior with a Brooklyn exterior. The menu features both modern and classic dishes, which you can enjoy at one of their large butcher-block tables. The rotating small plates menu emphasizes the use of local products and purveyors, as well as fresh seafood and interesting modern cuisine. On the big steaks side, they offer a wide variety of prime cuts.