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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.
Louisville, KY 40241
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday, 11am - 2pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Available for private events. Contact us for more information.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Carly Johnson Duo every Thursday evening starting at 6:30pm
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:
Cesar Perez-Ribas & Cory Givan: (502) 327-5058
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
Went to Corbett's to celebrate my wife's birthday. Food and service was high caliber and plentiful. Service was very good but we felt some of the staff were new at the job. We had to order bread which is unusual and it was served a small slice at a time. Obviously we were there for the menu items but the lack of attention to a small item is noticeable. The short ribs and pacific grouper were nicely prepared and presented.
The restaurant is the quietest we have been to. Walls where we were seated were made of a filled fabric which absorbed sound. Lighting was subdued but ample.
We made our reservation through Open Table noting that we were celebrating a birthday. However, the staff had no inkling of the birthday.
All in all we enjoyed our dinner very much. The price was not out of line for a fine restaurant in Louisville. We would return again.
Corbett's had a large outside private party this evening. We waited longer than usual for our first course, salad, but that was okay. We requested bread as it had not been offered and they had one type - focaccia - we asked if they would be making other options, "probably not." Eventually, they did offer whole wheat bread, however, our favorite is the sea salt.
When the entrees arrived it was apparent my Spaghetti Bolognese had been in a warmer. It was dry all over the outside, you had to literally "dig in" to find moisture. This also resulted in overcooked pasta which is a major mistake. The other two dishes where okay, but if you cannot manage a large party plus a regular Saturday night - don't overbook. If this had been our first time at Corbett's we would not return. I think we will wait a while before we visit again.
During the season between the Kentucky Derby and essentially Memorial Day, Corbett's has a tent adjoined to the outside of the building for additional seating. We were not told when booking our reservation we would be placed in the tent, and when asked to sit inside were told no tables were available. The food at Corbett's is good, but the service outside was slow, and when combined with high cost and poor communication, it's not someplace I'd return to or recommend to others
The restaurant has certainly changed most likely by design. What was a fine dining experience is a less than adequate casual restaurant.
The food and menu selections were not even as good as nearby chain restaurants.
We did love the experience in the past but will not return. What a shame!
Corbett's is one of my favorite restaurants in town. The ambiance is elegant, yet comfortable. I have dined at Corbett's on several special occasions and have never been disappointed. The food is exceptional and there is good variety for all tastes. I would highly recommend Corbett's to anyone looking for an outstanding dining experience from start to finish.
We came to Corbett's for our 2nd anniversary. It was our first time visiting. We got the parmesan crusted halibut as well as the scallops. Both dishes were perfectly cooked to perfection and absolutely delicious! We sat outside and it was very peaceful and romantic. Our waitress was very nice and timely with each course. We can't wait to visit again!
Food was extraordinary and so eye appealing, my sister kept wanting to picture her food. My Citrus Duo dessert was absolutely delicious. It was a relaxed time but our server was to die for. He was informative, entertaining and attentive. The decor, inside & out, was warm. Add a breezy, warm, moonlit night and the mood was almost magical. Truly a birthday dinner I will remember for a lifetime.
Great service but our food was average, nothing bad but nothing special. This was disappointing because it had been such a good experience in the past and there are restaurants in Louisville which are much better and less expensive based on our recent experience. Our waitress was great our food was very average to below average.
We celebrated our Anniversary at Corbetts and it was fantastic. They were very accommodating and gave us a quiet table downstairs that was both private and romantic. The food was absolutely amazing! We ordered the Shrimp Jenkins appetizer (highly recommend) and then had the Parmesan Halibut and Fillet for entrees, both being absolutely delicious. The service was great as well. The only negative for us were the drink prices... $14/$15 a drink is pretty steep in my opinion, as we've definitely had better crafted cocktails for much less at other similar restaurants. My recommendation would be to skip the drinks and spend the money on a dessert instead.
I last dined here about a year ago but was sadly disappointed this time. The quality and preparation of the food has declined dramatically. The ingredients were not particularly fresh and the preparation was just plain bland. The whole meal conveyed a sense of apathy coming from the kitchen. The only positive was that the setting is quite lovely and it was a gorgeous night to sit outdoors on the verandah. I should also mention that the service was polite and attentive. Still the food was poor and the positives simply were not enough to mitigate that.
The waitress was excellent. The atmosphere was conducive to conversation and attractive. The food was well prepared and decent portion for fine dining. Everything ala carte so easy to run up a tab. Salad an entree will run about $35. Add an appetizer, drinks, desert and tip you're pushing $100 per person. Not out of the question for special occasions.
Corbett's provides completely average, flavorless food at very high prices. The quality of the food was not very high. My girlfriend ordered a shrimp dish, that to be honest look about the same quality as popeyes. I ordered bolognese that tasted like it was made the day before. This place's food absolutely stinks!
Chose Corbett's for our anniversary celebration. Upon arrival the manager sat us at the feature table in the main room. Our server (?Jennifer) was extremely friendly and knowledgeable since she had worked at the restaurant since inception. Dinner started with a wonderful French onion soup - rich, beefy broth with generous bits of Gruyere cheese melted in the soup. The mushroom fumé was exquisite. Rich beefy broth with vibrant flavors of the mushrooms. Main course included filet mignon and a Lobster penne pasta. Filet was perfectly prepared. The accompanying Brussels sprout were outstanding. A champagne toast was provided between courses for our special night. For desserts we had Chocolate pot de creme and coconut cheesecake. Both were fitting ends to a very formidable meal.
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