Clifton and Crescent Hill are two neighborhoods off of the eclectic and bustling thoroughfare Frankfort Avenue, just minutes from downtown Louisville.
From the preserved Victorian architecture to the most uniquely Kentucky food and drink offerings of today, Clifton and Crescent Hill are two of the most walkable neighborhoods in the city.
This Mexican breakfast is a gift to the culinary scene and usually has a wait but it is more than worth it!
Brioche French toast topped with lemon ricotta, strawberries and blueberries from The Morning Fork, one of the best places to get brunch in Louisville.
Besides the extensive drink options, including beers on tap and alcoholic slushees, it's a great place to get food like their famous meatloaf sandwich.
Sometimes you need a pinky-out kind of evening, you know? The Champagnery, Louisville’s first and only bar dedicated to sparkling wines and champagne is definitely the place to do that.
Tucked away on Mellwood Ave, Apocalypse Brew Works is a small batch brewery that brews with solar-heated water and recycles their spent grain for cattle feed.
Some bars in Clifton and Crescent Hill are so close (how close are they!) they are literally side by side, like the Hilltop Tavern and the Champagnery!