Yelp's Countdown To Derby 2017: Food Truck Bourbon Challenge

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Yelp Louisville says

Bourbon can be enjoyed in many forms — including in great food!

So as part of this third annual downtown lunch-time food-truck round-up, food trucks will offer special eats made with Maker's Mark bourbon, on top of their already delicious menus.

This event is chock full of all the fun that you can have on four parked wheels! The participating food trucks will be announced very soon.

The trucks will be lined up along South Fourth Street, between West Chestnut Street and Guthrie Street, from 11 to 1:30 p.m. This is in the heart of the Sou4th historic district.

Samples of the bourbon-y eats will be available for $2 at each truck, which means you can peruse several of the trucks. Plus you can vote on your favorite bourbon eats, with the winning truck getting a prize pack. We'll also pull from the entries, and give one person who casted a vote in this contest a prize pack as well!

ADMISSION: Free. Guests are responsible for paying for their food.

CHECK-IN OFFER: Check in to this event via the Yelp app and show us a pic posted on your social media with the #YelpDerbyCountdown and #MakersMark hashtags to get a free Maker's Mark mint julep cup, while supplies last. Learn more about checking in here: And download the free Yelp app here:

YELP ELITE PERK: Yelp Elite Squad members get a just released Yelp water bottle. It's important to stay hydrated! (Learn more about what being Elite means here:


RSVPs are not required for this event but are highly encouraged, and you must have a Yelp profile -- It's free and super fast to set up! -- to RSVP. Sign up here:



More information on Yelp's Countdown to Derby 2017 and its events:

About the Sou4th District (
The South Fourth District -- or Sou4th -- between the Historic Seelbach and Brown hotels, offers unique local shopping, dining, entertainment and five-star hotels.

About Maker's Mark (
The red wax they hand-dip their bottles in is every bit as recognizable as the Maker's Mark name. It's been around since the very first bottle rolled off the line in 1958. From hand-selected ingredients to their meticulous, inefficient process to the way they bottle their bourbon, Maker's Mark has always gone against the grain.
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By: Yelp Louisville

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