When we first met, Central Park was right in between our two apartments. Every Sunday we would take Kiki on a walk through the park, making our way into St. James Court.
On our weekly walks, we would stroll though St. James Ct. and joke about our plan to purchase the big pink castle. Our engagement shoot was taken here and in Central Park.
The Walking Bridge, where we first met and got engaged.
Lots of breweries, shops, and restaurants. West sixth, Gerties, and more.
Our favorite restaurant with the best Cuban food you can ask for! Long wait? Go get a drink at Garage Bar, or shop the local shops until your table is ready.
Great restaurant on the river front with a large outside area to sit, drink, and enjoy the boats. They also have a live music deck.
25,000 square feet filled with 25+ locally owned and operated food, beverage, provisions and artisan shops.
Ride aboard the Belle of Louisville, the oldest operating Mississippi River-style steamboat in the U.S. This is where we went for our engagement and one year engagement anniversary.
The Highlands: Bardstown Rd. and Baxter Ave. have tons of restaurants, breweries, and bars.
Fun cat cafe. If you are looking for a boozy cat cafe, check out Purrfect Day Cat Cafe on Bardstown rd.
A fun art museum with lots of changing exhibits.
Where the Kentucky Derby is held.
If you're looking for your bourbon fix, the bourbon trail is just for you.
If you're into that kind of thing. Hitting golf balls from a tall building.
Caves, zip-lining, and more.