About Corbett's Fine Dining
Welcome to Corbetts - an American place. Located in the historic Von Allman dairy farm home, this grand old house dates back 150 years and has been lovingly restored to its original splendor. A full-service, fine dining establishment, Corbett's proudly serves progressive New American Cuisine paired with an award-winning wine list. At Corbett's, our goal is simple - to transport our patrons to a higher level of culinary experience. To indulge our diners, multiple comfort amenities exist. We invite you to explore our many venues, including an interactive Chef's Tasting Room, private rooms accommodating 8-40 guests, elegant front porch dining, charming patio seating, and the wine cellar - a solid limestone and brick basement for noshing and wine tasting. We look forward to hosting you for a memorable dining experience of delectable food and incredible wine - surrounded by a unique ambiance found only in one of Louisville's historic gems.
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday, 11am - 2pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sundays 5:00pm -9:30pm
Available for private events. Contact us for more information.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Whether you are planning an elegant wedding reception, elaborate corporate meeting, casual cocktail party or intimate social gathering, let Corbett’s create an event to remember! We are a full service caterer capable of coordinating all aspects of your event, from food and beverage to wait staff and logistics. Please call 502-327-5058 for details.
Chef Dean Corbett
Private Party Facilities:
Corbett's has multiple spaces to host your private event. Please call for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Daisy Huff Dailey & Cory Givan: 5023275058x
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Corbett's Fine Dining Ratings and Reviews
This was our first visit to Corbett's. W ...
This was our first visit to Corbett's. We scheduled a last-minute Sunday evening reservation to celebrate our 21st anniversary. We went all out and had the 5-course Chef's Whim with wine pairings. Every single item was impeccable. The service was flawless as well. The restaurant was not too full when we were there (most people were sitting outside, and also we ate a little early), but it was nice and quiet, even with a table right next to us as well as on the other side of the fireplace from us. The other side of the fireplace had television(s) in it, showing the action in the kitchen. I'm not sure about the exact arrangement for that seating, but we had fun snooping, and observing the one television we could see. Corbett's has definitely moved to our short list of places to go for a special treat!
The food was good however, I'm not sure ...
The food was good however, I'm not sure I would ever pay $48 for a small filet and French fries again. The wine price per glass was a little elevated as well. Our server was nice but she didn't know what the special was without referring to her personal steno pad. Compared to other high end restaurants in the Louisville area, Corbetts would be my 4th option behind Mortons, Ruth's Chris, and Jack Ruby's.
This is the ultimate Louisville dinning ...
This is the ultimate Louisville dinning experience. The menus are done seasonally with a lot of care and thought. The dinning room is beautiful complete with a fireplace. The porch has beautiful gloster outdoor furniture which is super comfortable. My favorite are the salads which are always well done. Lots of local produce are used. It is busy so always make reservations. The staff did provide outstanding service for our lunch. This is a Louisville favorite.
Food as always was great--We enjoy going ...
Food as always was great--We enjoy going to Corbett's! Hand craft cocktails are great as well. Robin our server was extremely helpful with food and drink choices and very friendly also. I would encourage anyone who is looking for a great dining experience to go to Corbetts.
Every time we have dined at Corbett's th ...
Every time we have dined at Corbett's the food and service have been excellent. Our table was ready on time and the courses are served with enough time between them so that we don't feel rushed. Overall a great dining experience.
We chose to order the 5-course special d ...
We chose to order the 5-course special dinner. Every course was excellently prepared and presented. Our waitress was very knowledgeable about the meal, offered an appropriate wine pairing, and was attentive throughout the meal. Plates were rapidly removed as we finished prior to the next serving. It was a very pleasant evening. This was our first visit to the restaurant and will certainly be on our list of places to revisit for special occasions.
I was there for both lunch and Dinner on ...
I was there for both lunch and
Dinner on Tuesday and WOW, the food was absolutely delicious! I enjoyed the pork chop so much that, had I been at home, I would have gnawed on the bone to get every last bite. The port and chocolate sorbet was "to die for" and we had great service. However, there was a large party in the room right behind our table; consequently, the guests at our table had great difficullty hearing each other. Kind of a downer to what was otherwise a fabulous meal.
I had the Halint tostadas. They were se ...
I had the Halint tostadas. They were served cold. My friend had the mushroom soup, which disappointed her. This was my first time at Corbett's. The restaurant is lovely, but I wouldn't go back.
It was underwhelming for me and my wife. ...
It was underwhelming for me and my wife. We wanted a nice anniversary dinner so we did the five (5) course tasting menu. The tasting menu did not seem to flow and the flavors were not that impressive. The Salmon was under medium, so my wife could not finish. The filet was on a bed of conflicting flavors. Dessert was a little scoop of ice cream. Did not meet expectations.
Good food but expensive - Not conducive ...
Good food but expensive - Not conducive to a special occasion or date due to the close proximity of other guests and the seating arrangements.
Probably better place for friends get together or where privacy is not a concern.
Another great meal at one of the finest ...
Another great meal at one of the finest restaurants in Louisville!! Every time we go to Corbett's we say we are not going to get the five course tasting meal, however after our server describes the selections, we always decide to order! We had our server Kerry pair the meal with the wine tastings which were excellent! Kerry did a fantastic job, as well as his assistant Olivia!!!
The staff could not have been nicer and ...
The staff could not have been nicer and more professional. Dining on the porch is always lovely. The cocktails were excellent and the calimari was good. The tasting menu was disappointing. Not bad, just lackluster. The scallop was nice but the accompanying tiny tortellini were pretty raw and tasteless. The salad would have been excellent with a touch more dressing; it was pretty naked. The salmon was fine. The lamb was cooked as we ordered it and nicely presented but eyes closed I would not have known it was lamb. Desserts were okay but bland. I know Dean Corbett can do better.
Our drinks were a bit watery. Appetizers ...
Our drinks were a bit watery. Appetizers were superb and soup was tasty. However, entrees were bland, the broken rice grits in the shrimp dish had zero flavor and the sea bass was unimpressive. Perhaps the menu better suited to an older crowd? Service was top notch, though.
Another wonderful meal! Amber, Joey, Fra ...
Another wonderful meal! Amber, Joey, Franklin and Cesar took excellent care of us when we made a last minute reservation on Sunday evening. Such a fun, relaxing time! Keep up the great work, Corbett's staff! We will see you again very soon!
Slow and disappointing
We first had dinner here a year ago and enjoyed it very much. My wife and I were eager to revisit and possibly make it a birthday tradition but we were very disappointed this time. Although our waiter was nice, our service was very slow. It took nearly an hour to get our entrees and the only thing that kept coming was water. We we seated by the front door which made for a surprisingly quiet spot and great for people-watching but seemed to affect our waiter's attention.
I ordered the filet which came out cooked correctly but had obviously been sitting out for a while. For $50 it should've blown me away but it didn't. The fries were ok but again felt old.
We got free dessert for my wife a birthday, which was great but the dessert itself (strawberry rhubarb tart) was bad. It was soupy, felt undercooked, and bland. We couldn't finish it.
For the high-price of this restaurant I expected much more but we probably won't be returning.
All restaurants have an"off" day, I hope ...
All restaurants have an"off" day, I hope this is what happened.
Service was slow, I didn't think our server had too many tables. His attention to us was slow and indifferent. Should it take 10 minutes to get your drink after it is ordered? NO!
Sea Bass was not cooked and it was returned, another wait.
Anyhow, we all have bad days, but I won't be back, too expensive and too much indifference.
Corbett's stands for fine dining
Great restaurant to celebrate special occasions! We had set a date night after about 16 months of baby break and celebrated in style. Excellent food options, wonderful appetizers, and an exhaustive wine list satisfying every taste. Corbett's is a one-of-a-kind place out in the east end, a place to celebrate, a place to enjoy. Service was very attentive and our time at the restaurant was very pleasant.
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