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🏈 LOU-per Bowl Sunday
CHIEFS SUPER BOWL
Who will be celebrating on Sunday? And more importantly, where will you be watching? | Photo by Evan Sanders and Kansas City Chiefs
Maybe you’re a sports fan or maybe you’ll be tuning in with hopes of another romantic post-game scene between Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce — either way, you’re probably going to be watching the Chiefs and 49ers face off in the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 11.

Here are a few ways to watch the big game and celebrate around Derby City.

Going long out

Hauck’s Corner Sportsbowl Party, 1000 Goss Ave.
Get a bucket of “dad” beers + a platter, each for $25.

Parlay Sports Bar, 416 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.
Sweat it out with other sports betting aficionados at this downtown bar.

Hoops Grill and Sports Bar, 6733 Strawberry Ln.
It’s not just basketball here. Hoops has 30+ TVs to watch the game, or bring the sports bar flavor home with an order of 50 or 100 wings.

Puppy Bowl at Club K9, 9316 Taylorsville Rd.
Watch puppies battle for the tennis ball wearing bandanas with team colors.

Bonus: Check out our list of sports bars in Derby City.

Local host with the most

El Mundo Mega Marg Deal | $120
No one likes a BYOB party. Order a box of 20 house margaritas to give everyone a little something to sip on. Order online.

Poco Super Bowl Meal | Prices vary
Bring a platter of hoagies or a tray of meatballs from this pop-up eatery to feed your fans. Order by Friday, Feb. 9.

Mission Style Burritos from Four Pegs | 2 for $30
In honor of the San Francisco 49ers’ appearance in the big game, Four Pegs is offering burritos inspired by Frisco’s Mission District.

ICYMI: When I dip you dip we dip — Salsarita’s is dishing out a large bag of chips and pints of queso, guacamole + salsa (aka the Three Amigos Bundle) for the big game. Use code 3AMIGOS for $5 off through Wednesday, Feb. 14.

For the die-hards

Louisville is home to one active chapter of Niner Empire, a nationwide 49er fan group. Watch with other dedicated fans:
There are no Chiefs Kingdom chapters in Derby City, so LOU Chiefs fans — where are you watching the game? Let us know.
 
Asked
 
Who are you rooting for in the Super Bowl?

A. Kansas City Chiefs
B. San Francisco 49ers
C. Taylor Swift + Travis Kelce
D. I don’t watch baseball
 
 
Events
 
Tuesday, Feb. 6
  • The Record Company with Jesse Ahren | Tuesday, Feb. 6 | 7 p.m. | Headliners Music Hall, 1386 Lexington Rd., Louisville | $16.50-$22 | See this Grammy-nominated Los Angeles rock band at an all ages show.
Wednesday, Feb. 7
  • Baby Playdate | Wednesday, Feb. 7 | 10 a.m.-12 p.m. | Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. 3rd St., Louisville | $12-$18 | Bring your baby to engage with artwork and other little ones in the baby-proofed museum.
Thursday, Feb. 8
  • Valentine’s Day Speed Dating | Thursday, Feb. 8 | 7-9 p.m. | Number 15, 121 W. Main St., Louisville | $25 | If you’re between the ages of 40 and 60 + looking for love, stop by this event and see if sparks fly.
Friday, Feb. 9
  • “Last Night at Mikell’s” | Friday, Feb. 9 | 7:30-9:30 p.m. | Theater at the Henry Clay, 604 S. 3rd St., Louisville | $12-$22 | This play depicts a New York meet-up between author James Baldwin, jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, and poet Maya Angelou.
  • Swift Me Away: Swiftie Valentine’s Dance Night | Friday, Feb. 9 | 10 p.m.-2 a.m. | Vernon Lanes, 1575 Story Ave., Louisville | $13-$15 | Meet up with other Taylor Swift fans and shake it off on the dance floor.
Saturday, Feb. 10
  • StageOne Storytellers | Saturday, Feb. 10 | 10 a.m. + 11:30 a.m. | The Frazier History Museum, 829 W. Main St., Louisville | $5 | Bring your little one for an immersive story-time theater experience.
Sunday, Feb. 11
  • W.O.W. Galentine’s Bash | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 12-5 p.m. | Ten20 Brewery Butchertown, 1020 E. Washington St., Louisville | $15-$75 | Celebrate Galentine’s Day with food, drinks, women-owned vendors, music, and Insta-worthy backdrops.
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Catering your next event just got easier (and tastier)
a spread of food items from Wild Eggs
Build a delicious spread for your next event or celebration. | Photo by Joshua Meredith (Makers House)
Wild Eggs, the go-to spot for breakfast, brunch + lunch, now offers catering. Along with breakfast classics, their Signature Wild Eggs Creations, including Mexico City Chilaquiles, French Toast Casserole, and the Kalamity Katies Casserole, are available as yummy menu options. (Think: There’s something for everyone.)

Make your next event or celebration wild with Wild Eggs. Just give the restaurant 72 hours advance notice when placing an order online. Need it sooner? Call the closest location directly.
 
News Notes
 
Award
  • And the Grammy goes to...The Louisville Orchestra won the Grammy Award for “Best Classical Instrumental Solo” on Sunday night, and director Teddy Abrams gave the acceptance speech. The award was for “The American Project,” a collaboration with pianist Yuja Wang.
Biz
  • Humana is moving out of its building on Main Street. The move will take place over the next 18 to 24 months, with workers heading to the Waterside building on N. Brook Street. The company says it hasn’t finalized plans for the soon-to-be vacant tower.
Development
  • The public kick-off for the Reimagine 9th Street project will be Thursday, Feb. 22. The project will re-build 9th Street, adding pedestrian spaces and protected bike lanes, with construction beginning in 2025. The event will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Louisville Central Community Centers.
Edu
  • UofL is planning to invest $280 million on a new building at its health sciences campus downtown. Located at the intersection of Chestnut and Preston streets, the building will serve the medical, dental, nursing, and public health schools. The opening is planned for 2027. (WDRB)
Featured
  • Repeal Oak Fired Steakhouse is on Yelp’s list of the 100 most romantic restaurants in the US. Yelp compiled the list based on reviews mentioning phrases like “romantic,” “date night,” and “valentine.” It’s already booked for Valentine’s Day but you can still get a table for another night next week.
Plan Ahead
  • Tickets for Kentucky Derby Week at Churchill Downs are now on sale. The week includes the Oaks + Derby, as well as 502’s Day and Thurby. Guess it’s time to start planning our outfits.
Eat
  • Gralehaus is celebrating its 10th anniversary with with a special $10 throwback menu tomorrow, Feb. 7. The menu includes lamb and grits, a breakfast burrito, and the fried bologna and egg sandwich. The specials will be available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., or until they sell out.
Health
  • Did you know? Regular exercise can significantly reduce your risk of heart disease. The preventive cardiology program at UofL Health can also help. Learn more.*
Kids
  • Being bored is a thing of the past. From making friendship bracelets to taking hikes on a local trail, here are 12+ family-friendly activities to keep you and your children entertained all winter long.*
Finance
  • If you’ve been dreaming of a “one-card wallet,” it’s time to wake up and get your hands on this credit card. Not only does it offer 0% APR into 2025, but cardholders can also earn up to 5% cash back — with no annual fee to boot.*
 
 
Plan Ahead
 
🎉 Party like it’s 2004
A group of well dressed people are standing, with smiles on their faces, on a boat on the Ohio River. The skyline of Louisville, Kentucky is in the background.
Tony and the Tan Lines will perform at the Frazier’s 20th Anniversary Gala. | Photo by Tony and the Tan Lines
Last month, we told you that the Frazier History Museum is 20 years old, and like any good birthday celebration there’s going to be a big party for the occasion.

The museum’s 20th Anniversary Gala will take place on Friday, April 12. Here’s what the evening will have in store:
  • 5:30 p.m.: A cocktail hour featuring music by Carly Johnson and Small Time Napoleon.
  • 6:30 p.m.: The museum’s galleries will open for food, drinks, and music.
  • 9 p.m.: The Late Night Party begins. Tony and the Tan Lines will perform in the Great Hall, while a DJ will spin tunes on the rooftop garden.
On sale Friday, March 1, tickets for the full event are $200 while night owls can get in to the Late Night Party for $100.
 
The Buy
 
This set of six colored wine glasses, which remind us of Estelle stemware, only more affordable. The multicolor stemware set is perfect for parties, Galentine’s Day, or girls’ night in.
 
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The Wrap
 
Jeff-Milby-headshot-LOU Today’s edition by:
Jeff
From the editor
There’s no spring like a false spring, am I right? It’s going to be absolutely gorgeous outside for the next few days, so let’s take advantage, LOU. Here are some quick ideas:
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