If fighter jets, fireworks, flowers and more frequent use of words like "filly" and "handicap" aren't enough of a clue, here's a tip from Eater: it's Derby season. That means friends, family and famous folk with a passing interest in horse flesh are likely to show up in town. While taking in the sights and preparing for the races, many of them will want to be treated to a meal "where the locals eat." Of course, the reason Louisville has so many, many restaurants is "locals" pretty much eat wherever they want. However, Eater did put together a map of 13 places with some local stories to go with their local flavors. Out of town or not, enjoy these restaurants with a firm connection to Louisville history. Of course, any other ideas or contributions are always welcome in the comments.