About Brooke & Billy's
Brooke & Billy's is the culmination of 15 years in Louisville and a deep history of music, food, drink and socializing. Located in the former Coach Lamp building, in the heart of Paris Town Pointe, the iconic 751 Vine Street address brings Louisville a place to relax while enjoying Kentuckiana staples such as deviled eggs, beer cheese with pretzel bread, and hot browns.
Back in the 1800s, Brooke and Billy's was a pharmacy, restaurant and a few other, more lively, incarnations. There's even a hidden room that still has bourbon bottles from back in the day where it can only be guessed as to what transpired in the space. We like to think it was a meet spot for those rebels running things during prohibition.
The design of Brooke and Billy's is comfortable, relaxed and a bit industrial. The décor includes a nostalgic custom wall mural designed by local artist, Kenn Parks, showing a beautiful bartender tending bar behind bourbon barrels while music is steadily strummed by a musician near the faux window providing a glimpse of the back patio. Around the dining room is a variety of black and white historical photos that only add to the chill vibe of the place.
The back patio invites patrons to stay awhile and share a story or two while taking in the unique bike-wheel chandeliers, custom pergola, and touches of light and color throughout. There are tables large enough to bring friends and small enough for romantic dinners. Per Kenn Parks, "The design of this place is seriously becoming one of the coolest, casual yet amazing juke joint atmospheres...you'll want to add to your list of regular hangouts in the city!"
Have a craving for bourbon? With over 90 different bourbons, you'll always leave satisfied and wanting to come back for more. There are also over 35 different domestic, import and craft beers with a rotating selection at the tap, a fine variety of wines and a fantastic full bar.
The father-daughter team of Brooke and Billy are excited to bring a neighborhood beer and burger joint to a part of the old Highlands that really doesn't have much in terms of restaurants. So come on by and stay a while, there's a seat just for you!