July 29, 2012 - 8:06pm
Will it get you buzzed to the point that you're seeing leprechauns on St. Patrick's Day? With a little luck of the Irish, the answer is yes.
I love St. Patrick's Day in this town. So much so that last year I turned down a friend's invitation to go to Chicago, where a river running through the city is dyed green. We have our own dirty river, I thought to myself.
February 1, 2010 - 8:18pm
Perhaps its a taboo to bring kids to a bar, but a micro-brewery? No problem! Bluegrass Brewing Company satisfies an adult hankering for good, local beer, and maintains a kid-friendly atmosphere! Also, be sure to make your reservations for their Superbowl party this Sunday!
Last week, my husband and I were really in the mood to go out to dinner. We hadn't been out in weeks and were getting really sick of staying home staring at one another over bland chicken each night. Unfortunately, Jack hadn't napped and was in a terrible mood. My husband and I looked...
July 29, 2012 - 7:52pm
There's never been a better reason to go for a beer. On Monday, O'Shea's is giving away all—yes, all—proceeds from their sales to a truly worthy kids' charity.
Wasted weekend? On Monday, January 25, come out to O’Shea’s Pub, 956 Baxter Avenue, and enjoy a pint or a snack and feel better. One hundred percent of the proceeds—food and beverages, lunch, dinner and everything between and beyond—from 11 A.M. to midnight will go Jarrett’s Joy Cart, a charity...
August 13, 2009 - 8:50am
Drinking at Louisville's International Festival of Film's wine and cheese reception, drinking at sampling of Julia Child's recipes also good options
In addition to punk/metal band CAN!!CAN's show tonight at Derby City Espresso and Punk Torah's event Friday night at Adath Jeshurun (have Derby City Espresso and a synagogue ever booked the same act before?) here are some other suggestions for the weekend.
Louisville's International Festival of...
July 22, 2009 - 3:56pm
Next meeting is 5 p.m. this Saturday at Browning's on E. Main St.
Founded in 2004, the Louisville Ale Club has about 200 members (187 in its Facebook group anyway), 25 to 40 of whom gather monthly to relax and enjoy beer.