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Since 2000

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Poplar Level Rd Preston Hway Shelbyville Rd UL Campus Westport Rd
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As the state's largest city, Louisville has the most restaurants and many of the best. Louisville residents eat out an average of once a week, very high by national standards. But special events in Louisville, such as the Kentucky Derby (above left), the Fall and Spring seasons at Churchhill Downs, home football and basketball games at the University of Louisville, NCAA Tournament games, the Kentucky State Fair, the annual Great Steamboat Race (above right), and many concerts and shows at Freedom Hall and the sleek new Yum Center (right), draw huge crowds from across the state, the nation and the world, and they sample local restaurants three meals a day for the days they're in town. Louisville offers great ethnic and specialty restaurants and many top tier nationally known chefs. In addition to its famous downtown and major boulevard restaurants, Louisville has historic neighborhoods back on side streets with century old family owned restaurants. In addition to organizing them by food type, we have organized restaurants by major traffic arteries and by neighborhoods. Each restaurant will thus appear multiple times.

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