Our last day in Louisville, we went to brunch at the Brown Hotel. Beforehand, we did a short walk of St. James Court in Old Louisville, which has many stately buildings.
The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, built between 1893 and 1895.
Belgravia Court runs perpendicularly from St. James Court.
Pretty funny that a guy with my brother-in-law's name did this statue.
Time to leave Old Louisville and head back a few blocks to the Brown Hotel for brunch.
My father-in-law was very keen on visiting the Brown.
My mother-in-law was keen about the Hot Brown, which was invented here. It was delicious.
And my son was keen on his milk.
The famous Lobby Bar, to the left. Sadly, not open when we went upstairs from the brunch area.
The hallway to the English Grill, which is precisely where the Hot Brown was invented in 1926.
The Lobby Bar
Coming up next = Louisville Slugger.