Because you can only take your date to the Oaks once a year, you'll need some more romantic ammo for the other 364 days.
After your exciting dinner, head to Actors Theatre for one of its many insanely good shows: the Humana Festival is held each spring at Actors to celebrate new American plays, and other wonderful productions like The Belle of Louisville turned 100 in 2014, and she’s the last true Mississippi steamboat still in operation.
Louisville’s newest, shiniest, only brandy distillery offers distillery tours Friday from 10am-8pm on the hour, and Saturday & Sunday 10am-3pm on the hour.
The $10 tour includes the distillery, grounds, and sky deck with a rooftop brandy tasting.
You even get a signature Copper & Kings glass to take home, which obviously you must use to make brandy cocktails together.
Little-known fact: one of Downtown’s cutest coffee shops (Atlantic No.
Before you enjoy your midnight movie, grab some noodles at Rumplings, the Highlands’ first ramen shop.
It is open super late, too, so if you’re starving after the movie, you might be in luck.
5) turns into a super-sexy Japanese small-plates place at night.
A5 has a small, rotating menu of izakaya-style plates, and we promise, you’ll really want to order the “one of everything” menu option.