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Anonymous asked: If you had friends coming to stay with you for a weekend in louisville, what would be on your must see/do list (restaurants, things to do, etc.)?
This is exactly what I’d do:
Dinner at Mussel & Burger Bar OR at the Place Downstairs
Pre-drinks at Meta downtown. If there’s still light, a romantic stroll on the Big Four Walking Bridge.
Dancing at Zanzabar, because their Friday night with OkayDeejays is really chill and fantastic. OR for a more chill night, the Cure for excellent drinks and a great atmosphere.
Take them for maple bacon coffee and donuts at Nords and Sunergos on Preston. Then walk them down to Greenhaus for some browsing.
Lunch at Please and Thank You (along with some great ice tea) and explore NuLu. If there’s afternoon downtime, I’d take them to a local gallery like the Tim Faulkner Gallery. I’d also take them to Butchertown Market for some Cellar Door Chocolate and a little light shopping.
Dinner at The Monkey Wrench, either downstairs for their excellent hillbilly fare or upstairs for their Lono Lounge stuff. Post-dinner drinks at either MW or The Silver Dollar.
The best party on Saturday night right now is at Seidenfaden’s. It truly is. If they were still in the mood to go out, I’d take them there.
I’d take them to my church, of course (because I love Jesus) but afterward we’d go to brunch at Cafe Beignet.
Then, we’d mosey on over to the South Side Quarry for a long swim.
And as a final Louisville dinner, I’d take them to 21c for some coffee, gelato, champagne cocktails, and a look at the art.
Hope this helps!
Anonymous asked: Can you suggest things to do in Louisville on July 4th weekend? The waterfront show is canceled :(
Actually, the best thing to do Fourth of July Weekend is going to be going to the Georgetown Drive In. I mean it, that’s Americana at its very best and I L-O-V-E it. Get you some fried food, get you some pillows, and watch some movies with your sweetie or you best friends. Nothing’s more American than that, right?
Also, keep an eye on Louisville.com for a “Where to Go and What To Do Fourth of July 2014” post. It will be a-comin!