Eater's Essential Restaurants: Louisville

Eater's Essential Restaurants: Louisville

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    The Oakroom, now in its 106th year, focuses on classic American cuisine. Executive chef Patrick Roney has added modern touches to its seasonal menus.
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    Crowds at the auto mechanic garage turned pizza restaurant on a weekend night regularly engulf the front patio. Try the wood-fired pizza, craft cocktails and beer, and ham bar.
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    It is what it is—a pharmacy with a lunch counter right across the street from Churchill Downs' backside—and that's Louisville. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    Located in a restored 19th century mansion, the New American cuisine at the flagship restaurant of Dean Corbett, draws praise from national media. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    Start with the tok-sel lima beans. Then discuss how the existence of an authentic Mayan restaurant shows just what a great food city Louisville is. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    Edward Lee's "contemporary approach to the Southern table" is among the top restaurants in his adopted hometown too. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    Diners were walking into this former walkout basement for chicken and waffles before that dish was cool (again). goo.gl/xykyyr
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    Harvest and chef Coby Lee Ming's commitment to all-things local still attracts Louisvillians to dine under the eyes of the watchful farmers. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    This clubby traditional American restaurant could not be any more quintessentially Louisville. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    Its menu changes weekly but fresh and local are staples. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    Ceviche? In Kentucky? Anthony Lamas's original take on the traditional Latin American dish proves it's possible here. goo.gl/xykyyr
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    This downtown cafe—which focuses on "organic teas, mountain-inspired tea cuisine and tea hooch"—is as quintessential Kentucky as it gets. goo.gl/xykyyr
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