One Cool Cat Coming to Main Street
It was the Rex Theatre back in the day, and for nearly 20 years it was Senor T’s. This month, 817 Main will reincarnate as The Alley Cat Bar and Grill.
A tour of the reworked interior unveiled a cozy, open floorplan with the bar and band area on the south side. Owners Jacques and Lori Blanchard see their new enterprise as an opportunity to be a part of the evolving Downtown Louisville music scene. “We’re looking forward to creating a synergy with Waterloo, Empire and our other neighbors’” said Jacques.
The Alley Cat is planning on opening March 17.
It’s 5180 Week at Empire
It’s 5280 Restaurant Week on the Front Range but, being Louisville, we have to do things a bit differently. Empire is serving a 3 Course Meal for 2 for $51.80 through March 5. The Downtown Dialog recommends the meatballs, they’re amazing, like pretty much everything at this cool Main Street eatery.
Historic Art Downtown Art Louisville
From Marcia Ball to Anthony Grant, talented artists are finding themselves in Historic Downtown in ever increasing numbers. Be a Part of the Art! This month’s events include:
Anthony Grant Studio Gallery
Intuition: photography by Heidi Wagner
Opening reception Saturday, March 6 at 8pm
The Art Underground 917 Front Street 303.408.5533
Creative Framing Art Gallery is kicking off its 2010 Art Shows this Friday, March 5th from 6-8pm. Come enjoy bright colors from Jane Whittlesey and brilliant detail from Karen Hilliard.
The Louisville Cultural Council presents
East Coast Swing and Waltzing
Date: Saturday, March 20
Time: 7:30 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM)
The Louisville Arts Center 801 Grant Avenue
Cost: $12/singles or $15/couples
Join us for an evening of East Coast Swing and Waltzing
The Art Underground presents
Disney’s Cinderella Kids at Louisville Middle School March 13th and March 14th. For more info please visit www.theartunderground.org
Colour My World
Color impacts us every day. Come learn more about the psychology and trends of color at our March Design Inspirations Workshop. It’s free!
Date: March 16th, Time: 5:30pm
Location: Mountain High Appliance in Louisville
Presented by Design Matters Home and Mountain High Appliance
Thank you to these renewing DBA Members:
City of Louisville
Louisville Auto Supply
Rautenstraus and Joss PC
Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture Inc.
For a comprehensive listing of Downtown businesses visit www.louisvilledba.com