Sip and Savor

Louisville is home to at least 9 Bourbon distilleries.

Check out this list of some of Louisville's most beloved watering holes!

Bourbons Bistro
2255 Frankfort Avenue| (502) 894-8838
Make a reservation for this swanky spot serving Bourbon and seasonal Southern fare.
Garage Bar
700 E Market Street | (502) 749-7100
This gastropub has a wood-fire pizza and outdoor ping pong.
Gravely Brewing Co.
514 Baxter Avenue | (502) 822 3202
Serving craft beer, craft music, and well-crafted dishes from Toasty’s Tavern.
The Hub
2235 Frankfort Avenue | (502) 777 1505
Good for a daytime cocktail along Frankfort Avenue.
1004 E Oak Street | (502) 409-6979
Funky bar with Japanese pub-style food 
Old 502 Winery
915 E Liberty Street | (502) 540-5650
The only urban winery in Kentucky.
Sarino Louisville
1030 Goss Avenue | (502) 822-3777
This Italian eatery crafts a sangria that’s both vibrant and refreshing, making it an ideal choice for a sunny evening on their patio.
The Silver Dollar
1761 Frankfort Avenue | (502) 259-9540
A repurposed fire station, this place is a great spot for first dates with cocktails.
Taj Louisville
807 E Market St, Louisville, KY 40206
We almost don’t want to reveal this hidden gem. Check out their Bourbon slushies and covered backyard patio.
Ten20 Louisville Locations:
These patio bars have huge industrial-style rooms to accommodate large crowds.
1020 E Washington Street | (502) 290-6820
Douglas Loop
2200 Bardstown Road | (502) 290-0187
Wine Down by the Beach
10317 Watterson Trail | (502) 558-3446
A cute wine bar great for relaxing with your friends.
3rd Turn Brewing
10408 Watterson Trail | (502) 482-3373
Located on the historic Gaslight Square in a newly restored 1878 church. They can fill up growlers for you to enjoy at home.
You’ve heard of the Kentucky Bourbon trail… but have you ever heard of the Louisville Bourbon trail? Well, there are so many Louisville bourbon bars in the metro area that they have their own name: The Urban Bourbon Trail. Each qualifying business must offer at least 50 different varieties of Bourbon to appear in the guide. They must also have an experienced staff, ready to walk you through nosing each variety. Once you’ve filled up your passport, you can trade it in for a souvenir t-shirt.
FUN FACT: The Old Fashioned was invented at the Pendennis Club, a private club in Louisville that is open to this day.
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