20 locals recommend · Estimated price 4 out of 4 ·
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Old Louisville, only open 3 evenings, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Need reservation. Farm to table
Chef Ed Lee's first (and probably best) restaurant in town. Make reservations.
A modern approach to the southern table, this place is really special for food. Tough to get reservations!
Located in the heart of Old Louisville, 610 Magnolia offers a unique combination of southern hospitality and urban sophistication. The six-course, pre-fixed, seasonal menu changes weekly, and has been praised as one of the area’s finest dining destination.
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“Central Park is in Old Louisville. Its not a large park, but has a small playground for the kids, and great tennis courts. The Shakespeare Festival is held here every summer. (see kyshakespeare.com) There are also various concerts here throughout the year. Want to make memories? Walk St James Court, eat dinner al fresco at Amicis (Ormsby st), then sit in the Park for a play or concert. They do have food/alcohol vendors too.”
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