Louisville has a lot of places to eat pizza and get drinks – Bardstown Road/Baxter Ave has the Highlands (microbrew) Brewing Company, and the Irish pubs like Molly Malone’s or Flannigan’s are good spots for the annual St Pat’s parade, as well as bar food and various music nights/trivia nights. Pizza includes everything from Za’s to Wick’s (the best, but long delivery wait and poss. eat in wait) to Spinelli’s (open late). There’s also the Louisville Bats and the parks, like Cherokee Park, which is good for trails and sledding in the winter. Dog parks require permit. Downtown has lots of neat eats and spots to hang out, but the Seelbach is the best spot to watch the Derby without having to deal with the traffic/crowds. Grater’s is ice cream heaven; go there – and Shenanigan’s on Norris is a great local dive. Louisville is Possibility City!
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