Spend a day exploring Crescent Hill in all its glory. From fabulous restaurants to charming boutiques, there’s plenty to keep you busy!
Louisville restaurants are recognized throughout the region and the entire country as some of the best places to eat. Period. When you are wondering where to eat in Louisville, start right here at StyleBlueprint as we'll showcase hot spots and local treasures alike. Find the best restaurants in Louisville using our FREE SB App, now available from the App Store HERE.
As the Executive Pastry Chef at The Omni Hotel Louisville, she is bringing pastries and desserts to a new level. Meet Jaclyn Joseph, our newest FACE of Louisville.
Gone are the days of a mediocre continental breakfast and drab room service. Today, we’re sharing five of the hotel restaurants where you’re just as likely to spot a local enjoying a meal as you are an out-of-towner. Here are five Southern hotel restaurants to put on your dining bucket list. Image: Henrietta’s
The Patton family has opened a cat rescue destination with a twist — the Purrfect Day Café, where you can sip, purr, play and adopt a furry friend.
Louisville’s first champagne bar combines chic elegance with a cool, laid-back vibe. Check out The Champagnery at ARCHITYPE Gallery.
We all scream for ice cream in this Louisville heat! Cool down and chill out with this round-up of some of the best places to find cold treats.
It’s the Muhammad Ali of comebacks. Joe’s Older Than Dirt, a neighborhood icon, has made its way home to New La Grange Road. This time, it’s here to stay.
Porch Kitchen & Bar is downtown Louisville’s hip new eatery, exuding the timeless charm of the iconic American front porch through a modern culinary lens.
Here is your ultimate guide to the Louisville food truck scene. We hope you’re hungry because there are plenty of finger-licking good options to explore!
Naive is Butchertown’s latest restaurant, focusing on sustainability not only in their creative, locally sourced, organic culinary creations, but in everything they do.