“Get the hot brown- more delicious and more effective than Ambien. Zzzzzz.” --Adam Richman, Man v Food Nation
You MUST have The Hot Brown sandwich. Any other restaurant is a fake - this sandwich was born here!
The English Renaissance architecure helps establish the historic and elegant ambience at the Brown Hotel, which features one of Louisville's finest restaurants, the English Grill.
Ask your server or bartender for your Urban Bourbon Trail Passport! Try the traditional Mint Julep, made with Maker's Mark and homemade mint syrup, or ask for the "Julep Tea".
The legendary Hot Brown sandwich was born here~it's not a trip to Louisville if you don't indulge! This is a classic old school hotel built in 1923~I wish these walls could talk & tell me stories!
Go to Brown Hotel Bar. Sip on a Manhattan and make like a gangster.
See Gerald at the cafe bar. He's a great guy and has all the insider tips you could want about Louisville, the Derby, and the New York Yankees.
Must try this!
1015 is a suite room with a flat screen over the headboard of my bed
Order the old fashioned and sit at the piano on the second floor bar. You will feel like Daisy Buchanan!
"Elizabethtown" was filmed at The Brown Hotel.
The hot brown is priced a little less on the J Graham lunch menu
Try the hot brown and derby pie...awesome!
In 1926, chef Fred Schmidt served the first “Hot Brown” sandwich to guests, hungry after an evening of dancing. This delicious treat is featured today in many cookbooks.
On Fridays they have Hot Brown on lunch buffet. It is Amazing!
Try the Hot Brown.
The car valet only costs $4 dollars more per night. Definitely worth it when the temperature is subzero.
At 899 calories, The Hot Brown is not only obviously delicious, but slightly irresponsible in the vain of Paula Dean. Good dish if you're not moving that day and if you've cleared it with your doctor
The menu at the bar is great, and much less expensive than the main dining room.
Grab a seat at the piano and a Hot Brown.
Be sure to crash the big Chuck and Cindy wedding.
The originator of the "Hot Brown", basically a really good turkey club with mornay sauce. Definitely share-able... but in my defense, I was pretty hungry.
I hear the hot brown sandwich is delicious. Looking forward to trying it!
Photo from lobby area. Feels like you went through a time warp back to the 1920's. What a special place
Gotta get the famous Hot Brown.
The breakfast is incredible! Great spot for an anniversary or weekend getaway.
they have bugs there saw a roach in the bathroom of my room other than that the place was awesome for the price
The hotel was built in 1923.
Aaron makes an amazing mint julep! I like the creme de mint/sugar rim.
Great place for brunch