Food & Drink in Shively

Up to 50% Off Eclectic American Food at SuperChef's Breakfast

SuperChef's Breakfast


$15 $9

Talented chefs whip up futuristic breakfast fare and unique lunches

BB Riverboats – 50% Off Great Steamboat Race

BB Riverboats


$60 $30

Participate in the Kentucky Derby Steamboat Race aboard the Belle of Cincinnati, boarding and sailing from Louisville

45% Upscale American Food at Bourbon’s Bistro

Bourbon's Bistro


$40 $22


Duck breast, pork chop, and salmon entrees pair with more than 130 rare bourbon varieties served in a darkened dining room

40% Off at Ramiro's Cantina

Ramiro's Cantina


$25 $15


Mexican family recipes and hybrid Tex-Mex creations, from tacos and fajitas to guacamole burgers and enchiladas carnitas

HoneyBaked Ham—Up to 56% Off Summertime Barbecue Meal Package

HoneyBaked Ham

Multiple Locations

$50 $22

Choice of certified Angus brisket, Berkshire Black Gold pulled pork or pork ribs, or all-natural pulled chicken with rolls and side dishes

Up to 50% Off Fried-Chicken Dinner at Dish on Market

Dish on Market

Central Business District

$26 $14


Crispy fried chicken dinners come complete with all the trimmings, such as green beans, mashed potatoes, and corn bread

Up to 45% Off Gourmet Tacos at Taco Punk

Taco Punk

Phoenix Hill

$15 $8.80

Handmade masa and corn tortillas filled with beer-braised, grass-fed beef, natural Amish chicken, seasonal veggies, and Pacific cod

$8 for Burgers and More at Home Run Burgers & Fries

Home Run Burgers & Fries

Multiple Locations

$16 $8


Cooks stack Black Angus beef patties on bakery rolls with combos of 26 different toppings and serve with twice-cooked, hand-cut idaho fries

The English Grill – 42% Off Upscale Southern Cuisine

The English Grill

Central Business District

$50 $29


At the home of the famous Hot Brown sandwich, a seasonal menu includes Maine scallops with artichokes and a pork chop with plum marmalade

Half Off Continental Dinner Fare at Buck’s Restaurant and Bar

Buck's Restaurant and Bar

Old Louisville

$40 $20


Continental cuisine amidst live piano music, candlelight, and chic mismatched china

Up to 40% Off Tea and Appalachian-Inspired Food

Hillbilly Tea

Central Business District

$30 $18

Organic whole-leaf teas; savory mountain-inspired cuisine such as horny goat burger, smoked catfish, and beet fritters

Up to 50% Off American Food at Philly Steak & Burger Sports Bar

Philly Steak & Burger Sports Bar

Deer Park

$20 $12

Diners enjoy made-to order meals, including Angus-beef burgers and cheesesteaks, in a spacious dining room with flat-screen TVs

Up to 40% Off at Brasserie Provence

Brasserie Provence


$40 $24


Traditional Brasserie dishes including French onion soup, mussels marinieres, steak frites, duck, and bouillabaisse

Bruegger's – Up to 40% Off Bagels and Catering


East Louisville

$10 $6

More than 20 bagel varieties baked fresh alongside sandwiches and arabica coffees; take bagels or lunch on-the-run with convenient catering

$5 for Burgers at Back Yard Burgers

Back Yard Burgers

Multiple Locations

$10 $5


Cooks grill third-pound Black Angus beef patties, turkey burgers, and chicken breast sandwiches

Up to 53% Off at Shalimar Indian Restaurant

Shalimar Indian Restaurant

Hurstbourne Acres

$20 $10


Authentic tandoori entrees and other traditional dishes fan out across behemoth menu dubbed "daunting" by Metromix Louisville

40% Off at El Marlin Latin Cuisine

El Marlin Latin Cuisine

Hurstbourne Acres

$30 $18

Latin seafood such as marlin skewers, as well as succulent pork chops and mac and cheese served in a nautical-themed dining room

Up to 40% Cafe Food at Crave Cafe & Catering

Crave Cafe & Catering


$20 $12

Cooks toss crisp salads with fresh strawberries and pecans and build triple-decker club sandwiches

$8 for Asian Food at Saigon Cafe

Saigon Cafe

East Louisville

$16 $8


The chefs can treat guests to Asian dishes, including savory Vietnamese pho soups, diverse Chinese stir-fries, and colorful Thai curries

Select Local Merchants

A third-generation family pharmacy established in 1952, Butt Drugs keeps regulars coming back with an old-fashioned soda fountain and friendly service. Treat-seekers and rogue dentists can pick up a variety of gourmet confections, such as homemade marshmallows covered in caramel—known as modjeskas ($8/lb)—or tuxedo espresso beans covered in white and dark chocolate ($8.95/lb). The shop's own line of novelty apparel lets fans show support for a local institution and amass raised eyebrow glances by donning an "I Love Butt Drugs" T-shirt ($9.95) or hooded sweatshirt ($18.95). With a reliable pharmacy and cheap cups of fresh hot coffee ($0.35) at the barstool-lined soda fountain, many locals make Butt Drugs a regular daily stop.

115 E Chestnut St

Situated across from Indiana's former state capitol building, within walking distance of many unique shops, antique malls, and historic sites, Magdalena's is the perfect spot to relax and unwind while sampling savory café fare and sipping delicious java drinks. Comprised of both a full-service eatery and coffeehouse, Magdalena's boasts an extensive lunch, dinner, and drink menu. Warm up taste engines with grilled portabella mushrooms, marinated in pesto, olive oil, and garlic and topped with caramelized onions, sun-dried tomatoes, and melted swiss ($8.99). Once primed, try one of Magdalena's signature sandwiches and burgers, such as the cranberry walnut chicken salad croissant ($8.99) or the Minnesota melt, a grilled burger buried in a sautéed avalanche of onion, monterey-jack cheese, and sliced jalapenos ($7.99). Dig incisor shovels into the prime-rib pasta with asparagus ($16.99), or get stuck in the greenatational pull of an herbivore-friendly dish, such as the creamy vegetable lasagna ($12.99). Arid maws can find aqueous reprive at Magdalena's Café on the Square, a coffeehouse serving up freshly brewed coffee, espresso, and specialty drinks made from 100% locally roasted Arabica coffee beans. Grab a hot, iced, or frozen brew and settle in at one of the café's cozy leather sofas, or pod-people watch on the outdoor patio, which overlooks the town square.

103 E Chestnut St

Gavi’s Restaurant acts as a diner diplomat, providing home-style cosmopolitan cuisine for lunch and breakfast. Sandwiches such as the chicken cordon bleu ($5.25) and the Reuben with chips ($5.50) vie for selective spots in diners’ food tanks, and the cheeseburger ($2.25) and double cheeseburger ($2.80) rely on their distinguishing grill marks to woo the hungry. Rotating daily specials such as two cabbage rolls ($5.75) and ravioli with garlic bread ($6.25, no vegetable) expertly blend Russian and Italian culture into a delicious lunchshake. For breakfast, the egg sandwich ($1.75, with meat $2.85, with meat and cheese $3.25) offers a heartily wholesome start, and three hotcakes with syrup ($3.50) silence the morning moans of a yearning sweet tooth.

222 S 7th St

Pregame with spinach artichoke dip (4.99) or a hearty helping of fried pickle chips, hand-breaded dills fried to a crisp and served with peppercorn ranch dressing or a Cajun horseradish dip ($3.99). Most of the thin-crust pizzas, salads, chicken, steaks, pastas, burgers, and sandwiches on Aspen's menu cost less than $10. Flavorful meaty dishes include a chili-rubbed pork tenderloin trio (three pork medallions wrapped in bacon and grilled and bathed in honey lime dressing, $9.99) and Hawaiian-style grilled chicken topped with a fresh grilled pineapple ($7.99). Aspen Creek's pan-seared salmon ($10.99) is hand cut, superbly seasoned, honey-glazed, and totally unable to travel upstream in search of superior gold prospecting.

8000 Bardstown Rd

Voted one of Louisville’s Best Consignment stores in 2010 by Leo Weekly, Sassy Fox outfits women in like-new boutique and designer duds that range from casual to formal and reflect current styles. Seekers of chic can snag a pewter Big Buddha purse ($46) to hold their well-trained toy velociraptor before brightening up a weary winter wardrobe with a fuchsia print Lilly Pulitzer dress ($48) or a turquoise-and-white BCBG dress ($46). Designer jeans abound, so savvy consumers can walk out with a pair of black BrazilRoxx jeans ($52). Or, forgo ubiquitous denim and don stylish tan Nanette LePore pants instead ($48).

3930 Chenoweth Sq

Unfurl the Wolfgang Puck Express menu and gaze upon sophisticated starters, such as butternut-squash soup infused with roasted red bell peppers and fresh chives ($4.25+) or chicken Caesar salad ($9.50) for quickly sating stomach grumbles that threaten to forever obliterate your social life. For main-plate selections, spin to the spicy rhythm of fire-roasted focaccia melts ($9.95 each) or hand-crafted margherita pizzas dressed in mozzarella, parmesan, plum tomatoes, fresh basil, and a hybrid garlic sauce dripping with tomato-basil goodness ($7.95, serves one to two people), ideal for offering up to the irritated, hungry netherworld denizens that shadow your every step. Young palates can indulge in elegant linguini and tomato sauce or the classic bliss of macaroni and cheese, both of which are served aside an unpretentious glass of ice-cold milk or a fizzy fountain drink ($4.95).

221 S 4th St