Paristown provides more than just a place for dinner and a concert. The neighborhood’s remarkable character, flourishing businesses, and uniquely Southern culture offer the opportunity to discover new, immersive experiences every time you visit. Check out the directory below to see what Paristown has to offer.
Shop & Tour
STONEWARE & CO.
Since Stoneware’s early beginnings, over 200 years ago, the company has been dedicated to the craft of transforming clay into enduring, functional stoneware pottery. Come take a tour of the art factory, shop in the mercantile, or paint your own pottery.
Eat & Drink
Comforting, home-cooked, and Southern-accented. Since opening its doors in 1996, this quaint, hospitality-driven restaurant never fails to wow its patrons with large portions, fresh ingredients, robust flavors, and a little something extra.
Eat & Drink
THE VILLAGE MARKET FOOD HALL
Now open daily! The Village Market is Louisville's first collective food hall with 5 restaurant concepts, Jeff's Donuts, and a full bar under one roof, bringing the best of Louisville’s nationally recognized culinary scene to heart of Paristown.
Special Events & Meetings
The Assembly offers 4,000 square feet of renovated, historic space available to host your next function on the third floor of the Historic Tannery Building in Paristown Arts & Entertainment District of Louisville, KY. Formerly the home of Louisville Leather Company, the building was built in 1875 and meticulously restored to bring to life a single destination for gathering, working, and connecting.
Special Events & Meetings
CONCERTS & FESTIVALS
Paristown's Art District hosts outdoor concerts, festivals, fitness classes, art fairs and holiday celebrations year-round. View our events calendar and subscribe to stay up to date on upcoming happenings at Paristown.
FLEUR DE FLEA VINTAGE URBAN MARKET
The Fleur de Flea is a permanent 35,000 sq ft indoor warehouse in historic PARISTOWN, close to downtown Louisville, the Highlands and Germantown. Over 150 vendors selling vintage, vinyl, antiques, mid-century, art deco, plants, books, repurposed and more.
Concerts & Special Events
Old Forester’s Paristown Hall is a standing-room, general admission venue for national touring bands, collaborative projects, local and regional artists, new works and nontraditional performance experiences. The culturally curious will experience a whole different take on the region’s performing arts in an alternative space to the traditional concert hall.
Outdoor Concerts & Events
An urban garden connected to Paristown Hall fit for outdoor community and neighborhood events, festivals, movie nights and more. Envisioned by Christy Brown, Louisville Orchestra Music Director Teddy Abrams, and Kentucky Performing Arts, Christy's Garden is dedicated to the Health & Harmony of the Louisville community and making the arts more accessible for everyone.
Stoneware & Co. – $25 Per Person
JOCKEY PLATE PAINTING
It's Derby Season! From April 22nd through May 7th, join us at Stoneware & Co. between 10am and 3pm Monday - Saturday to commemorate the 148th Annual Kentucky Derby. In addition to our regular selection of ready-to-paint pottery, for the first time ever we will be offering a specially designed jockey plate for you and a friend to personalize in our paint-your-own studio. Create your own Derby masterpiece and have a lot of fun celebrating America's greatest race!
Stoneware & Co. – $30 Per Person
PAINT YOUR OWN POTTERY
In the Paint Your Own Pottery Studio you’ll pick from a wide selection of pottery pieces such as plates, mugs, bowls and platters. Using the same tools and glazes as Stoneware’s artisans, and after a quick tutorial, you’ll decorate your masterpiece. Once complete, your piece will be glazed and fired by Stoneware staff.
Stoneware & Co. – $12 Per Person
ART FACTORY TOURS
One of the oldest stoneware manufacturers in the United States, Stoneware has been dedicated to the tradition and careful craftsmanship of transforming clay into enduring, functional art forms for the home, kitchen and garden since 1815. Located in Louisville, Kentucky the art factory in the Paristown Pointe neighborhood offers tours twice a day Monday through Friday and a paint your own pottery experience and retail store Monday through Saturday.