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    The Breeders' Cup 2010 is coming to Louisville's Churchill Downs Nov. 5-6. Whether you're in town for just one night or the entire week, there are
    plenty of things that you can do once the 2010 Breeders' Cup is done for the day. From local restaurants and attractions to
    amazing nightlife and special events, Louisville’s possibilities are
    endless. Here are's expert suggestions for where to eat, drink and sleep and what to do away from the track those days.

    (For racing-related fun, visit our Breeders' Cup 2010 events schedule here and follow along here for all of our Breeders' Cup coverage.) 


    Looking for something to do once you've left Churchill Downs? Check's calendar and see what's going on when you're in town.


    Louisville has a lot more to offer food-wise than just what's for sale at concessions stands at Churchill Downs.

    Proof on Main
    Type: American
    702 W. Main St.

    Park Place on Main
    Type: American
    401 E. Main St.

    J. Gumbo’s
    Type: Southern
    416 S. 4th St.

    Toast on Market
    Type: Breakfast
    736 E. Market St.

    Joe’sCrab Shack
    Type: Seafood
    131 River Road


    Take a break from the track and check out these unique local attractions.

    LouisvilleSlugger Museum and Factory
    800 W. Main St.

    The Muhammad Ali Center
    144 N. Sixth St.


    While the Breeders' Cup is ending under the lights, there'll still be plenty of time aftewards for fun.

    Fourth Street Live!
    Downtown Louisville, 4th St. between Liberty and Muhammad Ali Blvd.
    Restaurants and entertainment venues in the complex include Hard Rock Cafe, Red Star Tavern, Friday's Rocks!, Sully's Irish Pub, Lucky Strike Lanes (bowling alley and restaurant), a British style restaurant The Pub, Improve Comedy Club, Howl at the Moon ( a dueling piano show) and the first-ever Maker's Mark Bourbon House & Lounge. There are also a variety of nightclubs and bars. Some bars and nightclubs enforce dress code.

    Baxter Ave. Theatres
    Type: Cinema
    1250 Bardstown Road

    UrbanBourbon Trail
    Visitor’s Center, 4th St. and Jefferson St.
    Get your passport at the Louisville Visitor’s Center and get it stamped at each of the nine historic bars and restaurants on downtown Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail.


    CrownPlaza Louisville Airport
    830 Phillips Lane

    Hampton Inn
    800 Phillips Lane

    709 Phillips Lane

    140 N. Fourth St.

    Louisville Marriott Downtown
    250 W. Jefferson St.

    Taxi cabs

    Ready Cab: 502-417-4406

    Yellow Cab: 502-636-5511

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