Come join us for our regularly scheduled socials every 2nd Wednesday of the month. This month we will be at The Silver Dollar, a brand new honky-tonk whiskey bar and restaurant located in the Clifton neighborhood on historic Frankfort Ave. The newly renovated space (formerly the Clifton firehouse) features a 43-foot-bar and seating booths were made with old wood from the Old Crow Distillery. What’s on the menu? Lots of great Midwestern favorites, 80 Kentucky bourbons, and an extensive list of American craft beers, a little something for everyone. So come join us as we mingle with Louisville’s finest newbies! Plan to meet in the bar area. Look for the signs and people with New2Lou nametags.
What is New2Lou? New2Lou is a social organization designed as a resource for transplants to Louisville, who are looking to meet people, try new places and get involved in Louisville. The second Wednesday of each month, New2Lou hosts a social at a local restaurant or bar, where people mingle and meet other newcomers, as well as meet locals who provide insiders’ information to make the transition to Louisville a smooth one.
What do we do? Socialize, meet new people, ask advice for places to eat, go to the doctor, live, park, etc. Where can I hear free music? Best drink specials on Wednesdays? What about my haircut? Where do I get breakfast at 4 in the morning? Come find out why people are moving to Louisville and why they can leave but almost always come back.
RSVP for upcoming events and stay connected to New2Lou members at the links below:
|Best of Louisville Bash 2010 Thursday July 22nd at Mellwood Arts Center [Louisville newbie]|
|An excessive amount of festivals in one weekend will hurt attendance for all [Louisville newbie]|
|The 37th Annual Taste of Louisville was held last night at the Crowne Plaza [Louisville newbie]|
|Eating at KFC for the first time ever and experiencing the Double Down [Louisville newbie]|
|Translating Louisville's Interstate nicknames [Louisville newbie]|
|Photographer Clay Cook taking fashion from Louisville to the world|
|Where to Make Your Own Blown-Glass Ornaments in Louisville|