Eating In Main Street
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Those IdeaFestival folks are at it again. An act usually reserved for the socially destitute, eating in the streets, has been transformed into a high culture social scene in an event known as The Main Course @ IdeaFestival. A long white-linen clad table half-a-block long stretches between Fourth Street and Fifth Street along Main Street downtown where Corbett’s Restaurant will be serving locally grown food under the stars.

The event began with a bourbon tasting on the 25th floor terrace of the Humana Building and marks the beginning of the festivities that will ensue the rest of the week. At $175 per plate, this dinner is one of the most expensive seats in the Louisville dining scene, but surely among the most unique. In case you are worried about the safety of all our dear IdeaFest diners, a police-car barricade has been set up to block any errant drivers from turning the fancy soiree into a drive-through affair.

Eating In Main Street
Eating In Main Street. (Branden Klayko / Broken Sidewalk)
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