The Louisville Beer Store is a great little spot in the NuLu district on Market Street near downtown Louisville where you can enjoy craft beers from all over the world. There are hundreds of bottles to choose from and an amazing selection of rotating taps. This is a shot from their back patio.
Cherokee Parkway is one of many beautiful Parkways in Louisville designed mostly by Frederick Law Olmsted. This type of street is typical of Highlands residential streets. This picture was taken standing on the median across from Willow Park looking toward the Castleman Monument.
This has turned into one of the best, most consistent music festivals in the country. Forecastle Festival is held each year during the month of July on the Great Lawn at Waterfront Park in Downtown Louisville. 3 days of music on the water, you can't beat it!
A quaint little park in the Cherokee Triangle at Willow Ave and Cherokee Parkway. During the summer they have a free concert series and it's a centerpiece for the Cherokee Triangle Art Fair, which is the week before the Kentucky Derby.
Eastern Parkway in the fall. This shot was taken near the Daniel Boone statue by Cherokee Park. A lot of these parkways throughout Louisville were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and remain part of the Olmsted Parks Conservancy.
Barringer Hill or "Dog Hill" is a great vantage point to lookout over the entire 400+ acre beauty of Cherokee Park. At the bottom of the Hill you will find a junction of mountain bike and walking trails, an across the creek is "Frisbee Field" or "Rugby Field".