Comfort Suites East
1850 Resource Way
Louisville, KY 40299
Phone: (502) 266-6509
Fax: (502) 266-9014
Bars & Cafes
A friendly tavern atmosphere where you will find a variety of beer and upscale American dishes. Check out their special events and happy hour promotions.
Shalimar Indian Restaurant is a family owned restaurant for the past 20 years in Louisville. The restaurant specializes on traditional North Indian cuisine and Tandoori dishes. It has a cozy and calm atmosphere and allures diners to bask in the Indian hospitality and heritage. The food is decadent and tasty, and infuses a lot of warmth and love from its maker. They do cater to various events and offer a private dining room at their restaurant. Alternatively you can enjoy their buffets if you don't want to order from the menu.
Cafe and bakery offering a friendly enviroment to enjoy coffee, espresso, breads, bagels, pastries, soups, salads and gourmet sandwiches. There are three other locations in Louisville.
Village Anchor Pub & Roost is a bistro pub offering traditional local food with a twist. Settled in the remarkable town of Anchorage, KY, this enchanting restaurant with its lovely patios, one with a dainty garden touch with plants and wrought iron table and chairs, a covered terrace and a cozy dual sided stone fireplace has been delighting the locals for some time now. The farm to table approach in the menu gives a lovely flavor to its satisfying food such as the Blackened Fish Tacos, Cobb Rollers, Spicy Beef or Chicken Kabobs, Sweet Potato Fries with Marshmallow Creme, fried Bologna sandwich, cast iron scallops, banana pudding and much more deliciousness. Their bar known as the Sea Hag is a treasure house of 62 craft beer, boutique wine and 55 various bourbon selections. Though the prices are a bit high, it is well worth it for its fab food, drinks and beautiful ambience. Truly a local gem.
Anchorage Cafe is located in the suburb of the same name and about thirty minutes away from downtown Louisville. The menus feature service for breakfast, brunch and lunch only, but each plate is made from scratch and the ingredients used are always local when possible. Don't forget to check the Morning Goods menu from the bakery, the bacon-cheddar scone and Klaus' croissants are just two reasons why the trip to Anchorage is worth it.
Hiko-A-mon is chef Hiko's brainchild offering a combined Japanese and French dining experience. The contemporary restaurant is a delight to the senses right from the artful decor, organic ingredients, aroma, taste to the entire experience of dining here. The menu is inspired by the signature dishes in traditional restaurants in Kyoto, Japan from where the chef is. Hiko-A-mon is traditional yet modern to its approach in food. It also has a well stocked bar offering good wines and an extensive sake and soju list. Hiko is known for its sushi bar and delicious seafood. Private dining room as available as well. You will enjoy the great service and lovely food in Hiko-A-mon.
Open for breakfast, brunch and lunch, Wild Eggs offers traditional breakfast items and potato dishes that were favorites with the founder's family. There are two additional Louisville locations.
Open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Butterfly Garden Cafe offers a creative menu of traditional lunch fare. They also offer a variety of hot teas, spiced chai, and a flavored iced tea of the day.
Equus & Jack's Lounge is located east of downtown in the neighborhood of St. Matthews and it serves an amalgam of upscale pub-grub. Where else will you find tater-tots made with a truffle aioli alongside Maple Leaf Farms duck breast? The menu is customized for casual dining and it features food as diverse as fried calamari and osso bucco to pot roast and diver scallops. It also changes often as they only use fresh, seasonal produce in the kitchen.
A locally owned breakfast and lunch spot in a 1940s two-story home. You can order one of their specialty sandwiches, salads, homemade vegan soups or one of the daily specials. Dine upstairs, downstairs or al fresco on one of five large picnic tables.
Shady Lane Cafe is owned by Bill Smith, a Louisville poet. He obviously wears this other hat well, as he prepares the cafe's dishes by hand. Shady Lane's menu includes hearty sandwiches, homemade soups, and hot-off-the-grill entrees. Breakfast is served beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturdays and features a filling assortment of breakfast staples.