Make a Day of It


Norton Commons is Louisville’s first Traditional Neighborhood Development (“TND”). Planned TNDs are the cornerstone of the new urbanism movement, which promotes the creation and restoration of diverse, walkable and vibrant mixed-use communities assembled in an integrated fashion, resulting in a complete community. Norton Commons sits on almost 600 acres in northeast Jefferson County and west Oldham County and is currently home to more than 1800 residences, 100+ businesses, three schools, and dozens of parks, pools and green spaces. In 2019, it won the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) Charter Award, the preeminent prize for excellence for urban design that embodies and advances the principles of the Charter of the New Urbanism. In 2020 Norton Commons was named the “Best Mixed-Use, Single Family Community” at the Best in American Living™ Awards (BALA) by the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB).  Explore Norton Commons - it makes for a great day-long staycation!


Con Huevos
10639 Meeting Street, Prospect 
(502) 290-4123
Made from scratch daily, Con Huevos' food is filled with rich flavors and freshness, and their level of service is impeccable. 


for the kiddos . . .

Jughead & Beans
10503 Meeting St Suite 101
(502) 599-6960
Bringing the delight back to toy shopping, they offer not only thoughtfully crafted toys, tales, and treats, but also a customized shopping experience with personalized delivery options.

Liz and Roo
9412 Norton Commons Blvd. 
(502) 410-4023
Boutique store specializing in modern, sophisticated, made-in-USA luxury crib bedding as well as baby gifts, apparel, window treatments, strollers, and wagons.

then for you . . .

10638 Meeting Street
(502) 708-2145

Something Blue
10708 Meeting Street 
(502) 690-9720

Spark Boutique
10634 Meeting Street 
(502) 727-5513

Underpinnings Lingerie
9414 Norton Commons Blvd. 
(502) 333-0370


Tea Station Asian Bistro
9422 Norton Commons Blvd.
(502) 423-1202
Garnering the praise of diners and critics alike for its authentic regional Asian specialties, Tea Station serves everything from Chinese to Thai and also has a fantastic selection of freshly made sushi.


A|R Workshop
10618 Meeting Street | Unit 101 
(502) 208-0880
Come make a craft at this boutique DIY studio. 

Recover Well
10702 Meeting Street #101 
(502) 290-4921
This is a place for you to experience physical and mental recovery with the added benefit of social connection. Try the Cryotherapy and Infrared Sauna pods for rejuvenation!

The Bodhi Tree
6306 Meeting Street
(502) 340-7838
A metaphysical gift shop and spiritual wellness center where you can visit with a psychic, medium or reiki healer.

YogaSix Norton Commons
11209 River Beauty Loop 
(502) 653-7961
They offer 6 different class types from hot and powerful to slow and mindful.


Karem's Grill and Pub
9424 Norton Commons Blvd. 
(502) 327-5646
The first restaurant to open in Norton Commons, Karem’s offers patrons classic American fare, live music, sports television, and libations.  


Commonwealth Tap
9411 Norton Commons Blvd.
(502) 690-4264 


“NuLu” stands for “New Louisville,” and is located on East Market Street, east of Downtown Louisville and its Museum Row and south of the equally trendy Butchertown Neighborhood. The area is a dining hub with restaurants including upscale New American cuisine to casual BBQ, plus hip bars pouring craft beer, bourbon and wine. The local shops sell vintage clothing, women’s fashion, gourmet eats, or antiques. Contemporary galleries stay open late for the monthly First Friday Hop street party, with live music acts, art shows and street food.  


Grind Burger Kitchen
829 E Market Street
(502) 213-0277
Their mission is to serve a superior, chef-driven burger using the best local and regional ingredients available prepared and served by happy employees that are paid a fair wage.


Louisville Cream
632 E Market St #101
(502) 882-1516


822 E Market St 
(502) 785-4534

826 E Main St #102
(502) 384-4450
Revelry Boutique + Gallery 
742 E Market Street
(502) 414-1278

Six Sisters Boutique
804 E Market Street
(502) 690-9986


The Mayan Cafe
813 E Market Street
(502) 566-0651
Authentic Mayan cuisine with local, seasonal ingredients


Nouvelle Bar & Bottle
214 S Clay Street B 
(502) 631-9428

The Local Seltzery NuLu 
 828 E Main Street
(502) 653-7139

West Sixth NuLu 
817 E Market Street
(859) 705-0915

Start your day off at Woman-Owned Wallet - a fiercely feminist gift shop that features a variety of woman-owned brands - to get a map of all the Woman-Owned businesses in NuLu.
 "Lovingly called NoCo, by those that call Norton Common home. This neighborhood is so much more than just a place to live, it is a true community filled with boutique shopping, local dining, outdoor concerts, festivals, farmers markets, and so much more." - Maria Mears, NoCo Resident