The South End is rife with friendly neighborhood bars, but the one with the biggest embrace has to be O’Dolly’s, located just north of Outer Loop between Fairdale and Valley Station.
The Actors Theatre production has reached intermission, which means it’s time for a drink. And you’re in luck because a couple of short flights of stairs descending from the main lobby lead to Intermezzo.
This unassuming little hangout on the corner of two residential Germantown streets is the latest in a line of bars dating back to the 1930s.
Alcohol awareness week lecture by noted advertising expert
Barry Rogers is 70 years old and has been coming to the Bambi Bar for nearly 40 years. As a matter of fact, he has lived right around the corner for about as long.
Join Louisville Magazine 5:30-7:30 p.m. on March 2 at the Galt House's Jockey Silks Bourbon Bar (140 N. Fourth St., Rivue Tower, second floor) to celebrate the launch of its March 2011 issue, as well as the Greater Louisville Health Guide.
Don’t expect Captain Jack Sparrow, bottle of rum in hand, to stumble down the long flight of stairs that descends from the Village Anchor restaurant into its basement bar called the Sea Hag.
Venture deeper into the club and you’ll find a huge dance floor and lounge, another smaller dance floor, and a newly renovated showroom, where drag shows take place on weekends.
On Thursday, 25 individuals and resturants showcased their award-winning chili at the Sixth Annual Chili & Brew Bonanza. Beer of course was also enjoyed.
No light fixtures. Anywhere.
Joe’s Palm Room is an anachronism, a throwback to an era when, before heading out for the evening, men buttoned up a two- or three-piece suit and women pulled out their finest jewelry.
Chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia and Chef Anthony Lamas of Seviche are semifinalists in the annual James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards.