Lookin'@Louisville is a monthly video podcast that showcases Louisville's art, culture, dining, and attractions. Hosts Stacey Yates and Chaz Rough give viewers a fun and first-hand look on what to see, what to eat and where to go in this vibrant river city. Please visit www.gotolouisville.com for more information.
Proud to serve as the Gateway to Bourbon Country as a starting point for the scenic tours of legendary countryside distilleries, Louisville is now buzzing with a unique bourbon experience all its own. Familiar brands like Evan Williams, Angels Envy, Michters, Jim Beam, Old Forester and Bulleit are open or in various stages of construction. Less fam…
In this episode we take a tour at the new Angels Envy Distillery on Main Street in Downtown Louisville. Dining at Royals Hot Chicken in NuLu.
In this episode we go to Southern Indiana to the Indian Creek Shooting Center to enjoy a beautiful day outside followed by pizza at The New Albanian Pizzeria.
In this episode we visit some of the best pubs a restaurants in Louisville to play old school games like Donkey Kong, Pinball and Skeeball. Dining at Zanzabar and The Recbar.
In this episode we visit some of Louisvilles favorite Ice Cream locations around the city.
In this episode we go behind the scenes of Forecastle to see and hear why this is one of the best music festivals in the country. Dining at Docs Cantina.
In this episode we visit some of Louisvilles best doughnut locations, such as Nords Bakery, Krispy Kreme, Bussmans Bakery, Plehns and many more.
In this episode we visit the Falls of the Ohio, just across the bridge from downtown Louisville in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Dining at Come Back Inn.
In this episode we visit the Speed Museum. After a three year renovation and expansion project, they have reopened their doors to the public. The changes you will find at the new Speed are all designed to inspire creativity and foster deeper engagement. So whether you are art savvy or just art curious, we invite you to come experience art at your o…
In this episode we visit some of Louisvilles best coffee houses to enjoy coffee and good food.
Louisville is known globally for Pizza from Papa Johns and Pizza Hut, but in this episode we visit some of the cities favorite hometown pizza establishments.
In this episode we go to Climb NuLu to do indoor rock climbing, followed by dining at Feast BBQ.
In this episode we head to downtown Louisville to celebrate Holiday in the City. Louisville’s Holiday in the City promotes Holiday happenings and events throughout the city and markets Louisville as a Holiday destination for residents and visitors. Holiday in the City will kick off with the Light Up Louisville Tradition and continue throughout the …
In this episode we visit Kentucky Peerless Distillery, Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse and dining at Over the 9.
In this episode we visit Breakout Louisville. Each Breakout Game is a real-life adventure for a small group. Its great for groups of friends, family, or coworkers. You have one goal: escape the room in under 1 hour. You’ll solve puzzles, crack codes, find hidden items, and more in order to escape. Dining at Mussel and Burger Bar…
In this episode we get Back to Nature by visiting Bernheim Forest and the Jefferson Memorial Forest. Dining at Shack in the Back BBQ.
In this episode we do Al Fresco dining in Louisville. Dining at Mesh, Garage Bar, 8UP Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen, Down One Bourbon Bar, The Silver Dollar, Mike Linnigs, Against the Grain, Captains Quarters, Marketplace Restaurant, Napa River Grill, Seviche.
In this episode we visit Slugger Field to watch the Louisville Bats play as well the new Soccer team Louisville City FC. Dining at Against the Grain.
In this episode we visit 2 new hotels on South Fourth Street. The Hilton Garden Inn where we had appetizers at 8Up Louisville Drinkery and Kitchen. We then visited Embassy Suites and dining at Brendons Catch 23.
In this episode we take a Trolley Ride around Downtown Lousiville, followed by a Bourbon Walking Tour on Main Street. Dining at Merles Whiskey Kitchen.
The Bulleit Bourbon Experience: Exploring Louisville’s newest Urban Bourbon attraction. Dining at Sidebar and Vincenzo’s.
Louisville’s newest attraction is the world’s only underground bike park. Dining at Grind Gourmet Burger Kitchen.
We tour this historic neighborhood's newest attraction, the Copper and Kings Distillery, see the changes at Butchertown Market and grab a pint at Louie's the Ton Public House.
In this episode we pay tribute to Colonel Sanders and Fried Chicken by visiting many of our favorite restaurants to sample some of Louisville's best Fried Chicken.
We visit the nearby outlet mall - Shoppes of the Bluegrass. Dining at Brasserie Provence.
We visit Downtown Louisville's only urban winery and tasting room that includes Falls City craft beer as well. Dining at Atlantic No. 5 and Louvino.
Experience the twin spires of Churchill Downs under the stars as we go night-racing at the legendary track and home of the Kentucky Derby.
Discover the agricultural bounty just 18 miles from Louisville that is Joe Huber’s Family Farm and down the road at Huber’s Orchard & Winery. Dining on fried chicken, fried biscuits, apple butter and wine tastings!
Great cities have great parks. We visit Louisville's newest legacy park system at the expansive and still evolving Parklands of Floyd's Fork. Dining at The Cheddar Box Cafe.
Thrilling roller coasters, giant water slides, sea lion show and more...we explore the new and improved theme park. Dining at Hurricane Bay Beach Club.
We celebrate the 100th birthday of the Belle of Louisville with visits to The Falls of the Ohio, Howard Steamboat Museum and the new Water Works Museum. Dining at Troll Pub.
We'll tour one of Louisville's oldest businesses, the American Printing House for the Blind, shop boutiques and dine at the Silver Dollar in this historic neighborhood.
The official drink of the Kentucky Derby is celebrated year 'round in the Gateway to Bourbon Country. We learn the history, how to make one and the best places to find one. Dining at Lilly's.
Handmade pottery, antiques, boutiques, civil-war era buildings and mile-high pies -- all in an afternoon on Middletown's Main Street. Dining at Cottage Cafe.
We bounce, bowl, race and climb through Louisville seeking the hottest entertainment no matter the weather. Dining at Charr'd and Game.
Bourbon goes Urban: We tour Louisville's newest attraction and first-ever distillery tour, The Evan Williams Bourbon Experience. Dining on the Urban Bourbon Trail at St. Charles Exchange.
Walking Food Tour in NuLu. Dining at Toast on Market, Cake Flour, Rye on Market, Garage Bar, Wiltshire on Market and Earth Friends Cafe.
An afternoon in one of Louisville's newest and growing authentic retail corridors along Fourth Street. Dining at Gatsby's on 4th at the historic Seelbach Hotel.
Louisville's newest culinary experience is a "trail" of the famous dish. Dining at The Brown Hotel, Gary's on Spring and many more.
From the Louisville Zoo's Halloween Party to the brand new Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, fall events are non stop. Get ready for Octoberfest with dining at Gasthaus.
The eclectic East Market Street hot spot really heats at night. Dining and music at Rye, Decca, La Coop and more.
We check out the sweeping shots of Louisville, the Ohio River and Southern Indiana from atop the new Big Four Bridge on foot, bike and segway tour. Dining at Relish.
Discovering the secrets of some public Gardens - Hidden Hill, Yew Dell and Locust Grove. Dining at Zen Garden.
The city's craft beer scene is expanding with new brands, taprooms, beer festivals and multi-person Thirsty Pedalar bike experience. Dining at Against the Grain and Highlands Tap Room.
We explore the city's faith cultures, Dalai Lama visit, Thomas Merton and the Festival of Faiths. Dining at Ramsi's Café on the World.
See why Lonely Planet Travel Guide named Louisville the Number One US Travel destination for 2013. Unique museums, neighborhoods, big breakfasts and bourbon! Dining at North End Café and Bourbon's Bistro.
Louisville's Civil Rights Tour: We look at the city's Civil Rights heritage following a self-guided tour from the Muhammad Ali Center to U of L's Freedom Park. Dining at Food 4 UR Soul.
A look at Louisville's rich architectural scene from cast iron facades, historic Victorian and Shotgun housing to Michael Graves and Frank Lloyd Wright inspired modern designs. Dining at Ruth's Chris Steak House.
We hop across the river to find neighboring New Albany enjoying a culinary resurgence, visit historic attractions and do some boutique shopping.
A visit to Bourbon Country's newest attraction, the American Stillhouse. Dining in Shepherdsville at Cattleman's Roadhouse.