Have a Romantic Dinner at Whitehall February 14
Bring that special someone or a whole group of your friends with you to enjoy a delicious, romantic dinner at historic Whitehall. Love comes in all forms -- and here, you’re going to fall in love with the food, the scenery and the history you find.
You’ll be inside the gorgeous Whitehall mansion for a candlelit dinner. It’s a four-course feast, specially prepared by Chef Gregoire Guiot of Mirabelle Gourmet Catering. In other words, it’s a fancy dinner. Your ticket price includes valet parking, which always adds a little glamour to any occasion. The menu includes butternut squash soup, roasted prosciutto ham-wrapped chicken breast, chocolate-dipped strawberries and a beautiful seasonal salad of Kentucky mesculin.
Tickets cost $80 per person for dinner, or $100 per person for dinner with wine. Make your reservation for two, or for a group of up to 10 guests. Two-person parties will sit at private tables just for them. Dinner lasts from 7 to 10 pm, plenty of time to enjoy the elegant atmosphere. Call Whitehall or go to the website to make your reservation.
Whitehall is one of the city’s most beautiful historic locations, and a favorite spot for weddings. Find it at 3110 Lexington Road in the Cherokee Gardens neighborhood. You won’t be in Cherokee Gardens long before you discover just why this is one of the city’s most popular places to live.
Check Out Cherokee Gardens
There's a timeless quality to Cherokee Gardens, and you'll see why historic Whitehall fits in so well with this pretty neighborhood. From grand Tudor-style homes to breathtaking brick Federal-style houses to beautiful Colonial Revival styles, Cherokee Gardens is full of dream homes. Many of the houses here were designed by Strattan Hammon, a famous Louisville architect. You'll see that his reputation is well-earned. In fact, don't even try to pick a favorite home here -- you'll end up changing your mind several times as you find new favorites on every block.
Cherokee Gardens is named for its proximity to Cherokee Park, but the neighborhood is also right across the Interstate from Seneca Park. The neighborhood itself is made up of mostly homes, but you don't have to go far to find something exciting. Lexington Road serves as the boundary for the neighborhood, and it only takes minutes to get to bustling Frankfort Avenue as well. This gives Cherokee Gardens residents quick access to great restaurants, fun shopping, locally-owned businesses, antique shops and just about anything else you might be looking for when you're looking for something to do. Spend some time in Cherokee Gardens this Valentine's Day, and you will almost certainly fall in love.
To learn about other fun things to do in the area, please visit our Louisville Real Estate website.