Louisville Magazine

MAR 2014

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3.14 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 9 9 NEW SPOT Gralehaus The beer crusaders at Holy Grale have expanded their empire due south with the opening of Gralehaus, creating a veritable brewski compound in the Highlands. The Gralehaus has, um, beer but also sandwiches and brownies and breakfasts of sausage and grits that look hearty enough to eat with, um again, beer. The new address on Baxter Avenue in a century-old home is almost as architecturally interesting as the attached-via- beer-garden mother ship (a former printing house and church) that fronts Bardstown Road. Inside is a curious set of stairs that ultimately will lead to … dream come true, cicerones … lodging. Beer, a bed, coffee, breakfast, beer. Repeat. We may never leave. 1001 Baxter Ave., holygralelouisville.com. www.louisvillepublicmedia.com Mon.-Sat. Reservations recommended. 5050 Norton Healthcare Blvd., 327-5058 corbettsrestaurant.com. O. FB. LN. $$$$$. Eddie Merlot's Famous for its prime aged beef (try the bourbon-mari- nated rib-eye) and extensive wine list (it is called Eddie MERLOT's), this upscale chain is also ideal for drinks after work. Located at Fourth and Muhammad Ali, enjoy dinner on weekends while watching patrons of Fourth Street Live gear up for the night. Lunch Mon.-Fri.; dinner daily. Reservations recommended. Dress: Business ca- sual. 455 S. Fourth St., 584-3266 eddiemerlots.com. CF. VF. FB. $$$$$. The English Grill In this 1923 oak-paneled dining room, you'll fnd chef Laurent Geroli's American cuisine rich with regional infuences. The menu changes seasonally and has vegetarian and vegan options. Dinner Mon.-Sat. Reserva- tions recommended. Dress: Business casual. 335 W. Broadway, 736-2998 brownhotel.com. VF. FB. $$$$. Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse The concept: traditional New York steakhouse meets Las Vegas glamour, with offerings that include lobster, sushi and dry-aged in-house lamb. Our 2012 Fantasy Restau- rant draft selector advised, "Spend the extra money for the bone-in, 'better-aged' beef, and live it up like you're in Vegas." Dinner Mon.-Sat. Reservations highly recom- mended. Dress: Business casual. 325 W. Main St., 584-0102 jeffruby.com. VF. FB. $$$$$. Lilly's An infuential and celebrated Louisville restaurant that championed seasonal, local ingredients before it was trendy. Chef/owner Kathy Cary's menu rotates weekly, and special three-course meals are available for lunch. Lunch/dinner Tues.-Sat.; brunch Sat. Reser- vations recommended. Dress: Business casual. 1147 Bardstown Road, 451-0447 lillyslapeche.com. VF. FB. $$$$. The Oakroom in the Seelbach Hotel The Oakroom's atmosphere — walls of ornate wood carvings and fne furnishings — will make you feel like a millionaire for a night, even if you just went bust at the track. (We assume somebody else will be picking up the tab?) The dinner menu changes seasonally and includes dishes with regional infu- ences. Oenophiles, don't miss the wine cellar. Dinner Tues.-Sat.; brunch Sun. Reservations recommended. Dress: Business casual (jackets recommended). 500 S. Fourth St., 807-3463 theoakroomlouisville.com. FB. $$$$$. Rivue The attraction here is the view from a spectacular perch on the 25th foor of the Galt House's West Tower, courtesy of two revolving dining rooms that provide a panorama of both sides of the Ohio River. The dinner menu incorporates infuences from classic American and European cuisines. Dinner Tues.-Sat.; brunch Sun. Reservations recommended. 140 N. Fourth St., 568-4239 rivue.com. VF. FB. $$$$ . Vincenzo's Sicilian-born Gabriele brothers Vincenzo and Agostino present Italian cuisine in luxurious style. The extensive menu includes a variety of veal preparations, a Caesar salad made tableside, a selection of pastas and rich des- serts. Lunch/dinner Mon.-Fri.; dinner Sat. Reservations recommended. Dress: Business casual. 150 S. Fifth St., 580-1350 vincenzositalianrestaurant.com. VF. O. FB. $$$$$. 84-120 BACK.indd 99 2/19/14 10:33 AM

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