Clarion Hotel Conference Center Louisville North
505 Marriott Dr.
Clarksville, IN 47129
Phone: (812) 283-4411
Fax: (812) 283-1619
505 Marriott Dr., Clarksville, IN, US, 47129
- Phone: (812) 283-4411
- Fax: (812) 283-1619
Built to feel like a Gulf Coast fishing camp, Joe's Crab Shack is a franchise with a menu that features crab, sandwiches, salads, pasta, chicken, and steak.
Rivue features two revolving dining rooms on the 25th floor that offer breathtaking views and delicious cuisine.
A classy restaurant with numerous beautifully decorated dining spaces, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse is perfect for a good time with a group. This vibrant restaurant does not limit its menu to steaks, but also has seafood and sushi for you to enjoy. Starting off with crispy duck ravioli and herb grilled oysters, you can gorge on entrées like the signature bone-in filet mignon, steak Collinsworth, diver scallops, steak and lobster and more. An excellent wine list is also on offer.
Located in the heart of downtown Louisville on the ground floor of the 21c Museum Hotel, Proof on Main has captured the hearts, minds and bellies of diners throughout the city and beyond. Blending classic and modern, bare brick walls decked with lovingly chosen contemporary art make for one striking spot. The Tuscan-inspired American cuisine is often jaw dropping, particularly when accompanied by a selection from the in-house bar. The wine selection is thorough, though the specialty cocktails on offer have a keen ability to mix grit and whimsy.
Prime cuts and fresh seafood is what you will find at Morton's. Start off with appetizers such as Smoked Pacific Salmon and Lobster Bisque and then make your way up to the meats- the Double Porterhouse Steak and the New York Strip Steak come highly recommended. The staff is highly efficient and obliging and there is an attractive winelist. Make sure, however, that you come well-prepared to foot an expensive bill.
One of three Los Aztecas in Louisville to provide authentic Mexican entrees.
Luigi's Pasta & Pizza serves authentic southern Italian cuisine in downtown Louisville.
Yaching's East West Cuisine blends Eastern and Western fare for an extraordinary fine-dining experience. The menu showcases plenty of traditional rice and noodle dishes along with entrees enhanced by Asian seasonings. Even the interior reflects Asian influences - with touches like red Chinese lanterns floating in the dining room. Yaching's is available to host parties or other functions for up to 72 people. They also provide catering for any type of event.
Situated on the lower level of the internationally renowned Actors Theatre of Louisville, within walking distance of many hotels and the Louisville International Convention Center, Intermezzo Cafe & Cabaret offers "French comfort food in the baroque atmosphere of a Parisian neighborhood bistro." Intermezzo features a full dinner menu Tuesday through Sunday and lunch prior to matinee performances on any of the three Actors Theatre stages.
Milkwood is not just other Momofuku cuisine restaurant in town. Milkwood carries a character and a personality of its own and its chef Edward Lee has a pivotal role to play in this joint's style and inspiration. At this Southern cuisine restaurant, do not expect the portions to be quite healthy or filling but the flavors are just right and mix well. Chicken waffles at this restaurant come with a picquant Asian twist and are simply delicious. Chef Edward Lee knows best how to present Southern cuisine with a tinge of Asian spicy flavors and ingredients.
Offers homemade subs, soups, salads, and desserts. They feature Vienna Pastrami and Corned Beef.
Offering the freshest flavors of American Southern cuisine, Doc Crow's traditional menu features classic coastal seafood favorites, barbecue styles from throughout the interior regions and a wide selection of the best wine, whiskies and bourbon.