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Kentucky Derby Travel Tips; A Night on the Town in Louisville

Kentucky Derby Travel Tips; A Night on the Town in Louisville: Besides the Kentucky Derby and the historic Churchill Downs, Louisville has plenty of excitement to offer its visitors. Louisville has a bright and fun night life. There is plenty to do from fine dining to dancing and live music.

Kentucky Derby Travel Tips

Make the most of the nightlife in Louisville during your visit to Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby. 4th Street Live offers everything from the Hard Rock Café to local favorites like PBR Louisville and The Marquee Bar.

For entertainment during your stay in Louisville for the Kentucky Derby try out the Comedy Caravan, which features some of the top comedians from around the world, and tickets are relatively cheap. You can also check out Howl at the Moon, which offers a dueling piano bar. El Mundo offers great margaritas for a low price and great cuisine. For a great bar check out Eiderdown where you can get liters and pints of authentic German Beer. The Blind Pig is another great option for low key drinks and food. It is located in downtown Louisville and it is a gastropub (a pub specializing in high quality food). Also try out Molly Malone’s Irish Pub and Restaurant. Hang out at this pub and watch a different kind of exciting match with its international rugby and soccer matches and its old world pub style. Another hot spot is Phoenix Hill Tavern, where there is plenty of live entertainment, music and dancing. If you especially love music, check out Stevie Ray’s Blues Bar. Louisville has a pretty famous blues scene and Stevie Ray’s captures that groove.

If there is anything else you are looking for then 4th street is the place to go. This popular local hot spot offers everything from great places to eat and drink to great entertainment. 4th Street Live offers everything from the Hard Rock Café to local favorites like PBR Louisville and The Marquee Bar. It is certainly a stop in Louisville that you do not want to miss.

When planning your trip to the Derby or the Oaks, then make sure to make time for a night on the town and see all that Louisville has to offer.

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