Corbett's an American Place




5050 Norton Healthcare

Louisville, KY 40241

Fax: 502-423-0402



Corbett's (16306), Central Kentucky Reservations



Closed for Lunch


Monday through Saturday
5:00 pm to Close

Closed Sunday


Kentucky Proud


About Corbett's

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About Corbett’s

Von Allman MansionThe Historic Von Allmen Mansion

Once upon a time, the building that houses Corbett's was known as the Von Allmen mansion. It was built in 1850, the same year that United States President Zachary Taylor left office. In fact, it is rumored to have been later acquired by Taylor in settlement of a dispute. Nestled on two acres and surrounded by 100-year-old maple and sweet bay magnolia trees, the Von Allmen estate was the first operating dairy farm in Kentucky. Inside the mansion, exceptional architectural details abound including a grand staircase, 14-foot ceilings, and an all-brick and limestone cellar. Every aspect of the mansion has been lovingly restored and updated by Chef Dean Corbett along with Pat Durham Builders, Ben Palmer-Ball Architecture and Meg Vogt Interior Designs. With light tones and generous use of brick, leather, granite and fine woodworking accents, Corbett's strives to offer its guests an elegant, inviting dining experience.