Econo Lodge Downtown
401 South 2nd St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 583-2841
Fax: (502) 583-2629
Showcases "regional Italian classics with a contemporary flare."
For more than 10-years, Saffron's Restaurant has been serving authentic Persian cuisine in a cozy atmosphere. Every dish is made fresh daily with quality ingredients. .
Enjoy perfectly cooked pasta and spaghetti sauces, freshly made, using fine ingredients. Enjoy their famous Complete Meals which always include soup or salad, fresh baked bread, entr
The management of Bistro 301 have converted what was once a sports bar into a fine dining luxury worthy of a big date night. Contemporary twists on favorite pastas, salads, appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, meats, and desserts are completed by a massive international beer and wine list. Located near the Actors Theatre of Louisville, the bistro makes a great beginning to an entertaining night.
Housed in the Starks Building, Eddie Merlot's is a restaurant fit for many occasions, be it a business dinner or a fun meal with the family. Serving succulent steaks and absolutely fresh seafood, it has something for everyone. Appetizers like the sesame calamari and barbecue shrimp are a great way to start a meal that could comprise bone-in filet, trio of medallions, beef bourguignon, New Orleans mixed grill and more. An excellent wine list further enhances the meal.
Bowling just became a whole new game. First opened in Hollywood, California, Lucky Strike Lanes' management envisioned a bowling alley celebrities would want to patronize - with top shelf food and ever-changing artwork showcased at the end of each lane. The idea proved popular, and Lucky Strike Lanes now has alleys across the country. The menu is surprisingly gourmet for a bowling alley; revitalized from the typical beer and nachos that may spring to mind at the mention of bowling alley food. The mouth-watering menu includes appetizers, salads, gourmet pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, desserts, and even all-day breakfast. Please note that guests are expected to adhere to a dress code.
Manny & Merle's fuses a touch of the Old West in the kitchen (with tacos, guacamole and flat-iron steak as quintessential examples) alongside strong select bourbons you could only find in a Kentucky bar. This honky-tonk spot has everything, from amazing Southwestern-inspired food to live bands and even a nice selection of tequilas. Throughout the week, the bar/restaurant hosts live music and though many of the bands are local, on occasion a national or international star will make his/her appearance.
In the heart of downtown Louisville is an entertainment complex known as Fourth Street Live. In the heart of Fourth Street Live is a dining-and-drinking hot spot like none other, known as the Maker's Mark Bourbon House & Lounge. Seating is comfy, decor is sleek, and the bar is long. Pull up a stool and order a Manhattan as good as any you'll find in the Midwest, or grab a table and drink your bourbon-based cocktail alongside a hearty American meal. As the evening progresses, the music gets louder and the atmosphere gets warmer. See website for event announcements and more.
This casual restaurant serves delicious burritos, wraps, quesadillas and more. Everything is grilled fresh and prepared before your eyes. There are three additional Qdoba locations in Louisville.
"Louisville's neighborhood pizza since 1977." The menu includes, appetizers, salads, specialty pizzas, build your own pizzas, pasta, Italian sandwiches, sides, a kid's menu, desserts, lunch specials, and beverages. There are eight other Louisville locations.
Hillbilly Tea as its name implies serves tea, yet it also has brunch, lunch and dinner service as well. The restaurant remains true to its Kentuckian roots with dishes like succotash and corn pone for the children and frog legs or chicken liver paté for the adults. The 'concoctions' list also has some superb libations that highlight tea as a mixer. The Hatfield & McCoy is a simple smoked tea hooch and a shot of bourbon while the Beez Kneez uses Palmetto moonshine, honey, lemon and blank iced tea. Overall, Hillbilly is a little more upscale than what the name would have you believe.
Offering the freshest flavors of American Southern cuisine, Doc Crow's traditional menu features classic coastal seafood favorites, barbecue styles from throughout the interior regions and a wide selection of the best wine, whiskies and bourbon.