Located along the three miles between Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue and deemed “Restaurant Row” by locals, Highlands is a walkable area home to a variety of trendy eateries and hip locally owned businesses. If you’re a foodie, this is the spot for you!

Key Features

Artisan Shops and Restaurants: A lively area known for its nightlife and dining, brewpubs and karaoke bars stand alongside pizzerias and celebrity chef eateries on Bardstown Road. Shopping spans quirky indie fashion and handcrafted leather goods to bookshops and artisan bakeries. After a day of shopping, refuel at one of the many highly rated restaurants.

Historic Housing: The streets of Original Highlands, a neighborhood named for its historic housing, are lined with large brick Victorians and quaint wooden shotgun houses. This architectural blast from the past is sure to excite any design fan.

Louisville Loves Dogs

Did you know that Cherokee Park has many drinking fountains for dogs that can be found throughout the park?

Stephanie Wetzstein

Nest Picks

Cave Hill Cemetery

Founded in 1848, Cave Hill Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Kentucky. Enjoy the dignified beauty of its Victorian era tombstones and greenery and visit notable gravesites. Cave Hill is the final resting place of Revolutionary War general Geoge Rogers Clark, boxer Muhammad Ali, and KFC founder Colonel Sanders, among others.

Seneca Golf Course

Grab your clubs and head to the rolling green hills of Seneca Park. This lush escape from city life includes a tree lined creek and offers a chipping green, a driving range, and a kid friendly Junior Club program!

Heine Brothers' Coffee

If you’re always jonesing for the next cup of joe, look no further than Heine Brothers’ Coffee. Heine Brothers’ promises 100% fair trade and organic coffee, and an inviting, lowkey atmosphere for friends and family. We love their iced mocha and espresso!

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