With a population of more than 15,8000, St. Matthews is a component of the Louisville Metro area. The home rule class city is the 20th biggest in Kentucky, and is quite known for its huge shopping malls. Get on a charter bus in St. Matthews, Kentucky and shop in the city today.
A charter bus in St. Matthews, Kentucky is the best way to see both St. Matthews and Louisville. You can tour St. Matthews first and then head out to Louisville and other areas.
Opened in the 1960s, the Mall St. Matthews has more than 1 million sq. ft. of space accommodating around 130 stores and restaurants. Major stores in the mall include JCPenney, Dillard's, and Forever 21. It also has a Cinemark multiplex with 10 screens. You can also check out Oxmoor Center, which was opened in the 1970s and has around 960,000 sq. ft. of space that accommodates more than 100 stores and retailers. Oxmoor Center is anchored by Dick's Sporting Goods, Sears, Macy's and Von Maur. More than that, you can also go to downtown and buy from the smaller local businesses in the area.
And if you get hungry, St. Matthews offers some great dining options as well. The city caters to your every whim by giving you all the world's best dishes when it comes to their restaurants' offerings.
Momma's Mustard, Pickles & BBQ gives you some of the best barbeque and southern dishes, while Havana Rumba has the best Cuban dishes and Blaze Fast Fire'd Pizza serves great pizzas and salads.
Then you have Wild Eggs if you want a hearty, delicious and fast breakfast or brunch, while the Ville Taqueria is where you can find delicious Mexican food, and Charim has delicious Korean dishes. Head out to Lonnie's Best Taste of Chicago and taste their burgers and hot dogs. If you are looking for more Asian flavors, go to Simply Thai.
Also check out the Feed Bag, J. Alexander's, The Meridian Cafe, and Cafe Lou Lou.
The city has a handful of parks that you could visit. First, there's the Arthur K. Draut Park with more than 24 acres of space developed in the 1990s. You can enjoy the walking paths, bridges, stone bridges, wooded areas and wetlands here. You can also check out the Beargrass Creek located within the park.
Then you have Brown Park, which has been named by Landscape Architecture Magazine as one of its award winning parks in the 1990s. The park is ideal for leisurely walks on its paved trails, through wooded areas and other features. There are several duck species found here, too, together with large picnic pavilions, open spaces, play areas for young kids, grills, water fountain, and other features.
Then you have the Community Park, which has close to 46 acres of space for different sports such as baseball and softball, t-ball, basketball, and tennis. There are also facilities for play, walking paths, and picnic shelters, plus several animals have been seen in the area, including turkey, rabbits and deer.
Further, you have Warwick Park, which was upgraded in the 2000s and has more than eight acres of space. You can enjoy the shaded picnic areas, the big picnic pavilions, and the sports courts and fields such as basketball goals, baseball diamond, and others. You can enjoy the walking track and the tot lots here as well.
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