Hey, y’all! It’s no secret that bar culture is prominent both in the Commonwealth of Kentucky + singularly in the city of Louisville, Kentucky. I mean, we are the home of Kentucky Bourbon, after all — what else would we expect? When planning your next outing, I highly recommend that y’all enjoy a drink at the Conservatory, Louisville’s Longest Bar! Located at the historic Galt House Hotel, the drinks are wonderful + the atmosphere is unique to the city. I know y’all will love it!
The Conservatory, Louisville’s Longest Bar
Just like the rest of the property at the Galt House Hotel, the Conservatory is newly renovated and is absolutely gorgeous!
You’ll find the Conservatory bar conveniently located in the walkway between the East and West Towers. Ample seating is both available at the city’s longest bar + in the space itself — it’s huge!
The bar at the Conservatory is fully-stocked — from beer, to wine, to any cocktail you could want… they have it all.
While there, we enjoyed gin martinis + an old-fashioned (or two). These are two of our signature drinks; if I’m out, chances are that I am ordering a gin martini!
That said, apart from what we enjoyed, I took some photos of their vast array of liquor available; please note that this is only a fraction of what they have!
About The Galt House Hotel
Overlooking the waterfront from the heart of downtown, the Galt House® Hotel is a Legendary Louisville® hotel. In fact, they’re the largest hotel in Kentucky with a rich history that dates back to the 1800s. Today, the world-class hotel features 1,310 contemporary guest rooms and suites. Additionally, Louisville’s Only Waterfront Hotel™ features seven restaurants and lounges in Downtown Louisville for delicious dining and cocktails.
Visit the Galt House Hotel at 140 N Fourth St, Louisville, KY 40202.
I know y’all are going to love the newly remodeled Conservatory!
Y’all come back now, ya hear?
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A special thank you to the Galt House Hotel for sponsoring this post.