19 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
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Buck’s is located in the heart of Old Louisville and in the historic Mayflower building. It is the place to impress for special occasions, birthdays, and anniversaries. A gem! 8uplouisville.com
Luxurious, romantic Continental dining amid displays of flowers & live piano music.
Old school restaurant with a piano bar. A Louisville favorite for a fancy occasion.
Buck’s is in the heart of Old Louisville and is full of historic charm with dark hunter green walls, lots of candles and white flowers. Put that together with a fine continental menu, artfully mismatched china and nightly live piano music and Bucks will prove for a lovely, memorable evening. Buck's…
Get a taste of Old Louisville and some live local music. Awesome dishes that have been a Louisville secret far too long!
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