Eat Hearty at Lumpia-Palooza at the Crane House March 23
If you like spring rolls, you’ve got to go to Lumpia-Palooza at the Crane House. Lumpia is a type of spring roll that’s popular in Indonesia and the Philippines. After you take a bite of your first lumpia, you’ll find out why this dish is so popular. Taste lumpias at Lumpia-Palooza, and learn how to make this traditional cuisine on your own this March.
While you feast on lumpias, watch a presentation to learn how to make this tasty dish on your own. It’s free to attend Lumpia-Palooza, which begins at 6 pm at 1244 S. 3rd Street. Admission doesn’t cost anything, but donations are always appreciated!
Louisville's famous Central Park is less than two blocks away, and the historic Toonerville Trolley is within walking distance. In fact, history is all around you here. S. 3rd Street is in Old Louisville, one of the city's oldest and most gorgeous neighborhoods. Look in any direction here, and you'll see another breathtaking building. Visit any block of this neighborhood, and you'll find another home you'd like to live in!
Lose Your Heart to Old Louisville
Spalding University is at one end of the neighborhood, and you'll find the University of Louisville at the other end. Start looking, and you'll find lots of places to love in Old Louisville. This neighborhood has several restaurants and even a fun little night spot or two, along with a few truly great shops like Harley-Davidson Louisville. But mostly, what you'll love about Old Louisville is the truly breathtaking architecture. That's what everyone else loves about the neighborhood!
Old Louisville is full of schools and places to go, but this is mainly a neighborhood for homes. Since the late 1800s, Old Louisville has been one of the city's most popular and sought-after family neighborhoods that has attracted some of Louisville's most colorful entrepreneurs, successful business professionals and learned scholars. University professors, railroad barons and bourbon kings built and made their homes here, and even a century later these jaw-dropping homes are still standing along the shaded streets.
When these Victorian-era homes were built, everyone in Old Louisville was trying to outdo each other, and it shows. This neighborhood is full of custom stonework, stained glass, wrought-iron details and homes that truly look as though they were created for royalty. You can't find a bad home in Old Louisville, but you will see so many houses that you admire you'll never be able to pick just one favorite. Lose your heart in Old Louisville this March, and fall in love with this beautiful neighborhood, just like everyone else who comes here!
About the Author: Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!