It’s fitting that Kentucky’s signature libation, bourbon, figures prominently in the menu at Bourbons Bistro, a contemporary Southern restaurant on one of Louisville’s trendiest thoroughfares. Though the two-year-old establishment boasts a list of 135 bourbons, it is known as much for its food as for its drinks. Housed in a red brick building built in 1877, Bourbons was originally a grocery store and, later, a tavern. The vintage structure is an integral part of ...
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