Bar Louie, a bar in Louisville, Kentucky, is getting a big makeover with a new bar, a live music venue and a rock bar.
The venue will be renamed Bar Louie and the rock bar will be called Rock Bar.
Bar Louie will feature live music on weekends and concerts at the bar.
Rock Bar will feature a live bar that will open on the second Friday of each month.
Bar patrons can order drinks at the new Rock Bar with the bar’s bartenders and have a glass of wine at the Rock Bar, which will feature limited edition cocktails made with local ingredients and made with bourbon, rye, bourbon whiskey and tequila.
Rock bar patrons can also buy food from the new bar and take their own food to take home to their home.
Bar owners Will and Erin D’Arcy hope that the bar will open in 2019.
“We have a vision to be a great bar in the area and to bring that vision to fruition,” said D’Aracy.
Bar Louisianians are getting excited about the new location and will enjoy the new decor, new bartenders, new food options and the new rock bar as the bar opens in 2019, said Bar Louie owner Will D’Abbey.
The new Rock bar will feature: Live music on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays with an on-site dance floor.
A new live music and live food area featuring food trucks, food trucks and beer, wine and cocktails.
Live entertainment, including a DJ booth.
A Rock Bar bar menu, which is expected to be expanded with new drinks and menu items, will be available at the Bar Louie restaurant and bar.
A bar menu that includes cocktails made from local ingredients, as well as a limited edition cocktail made with Bourbon, Rye, Bourbon Whiskey and Tequila.
New live music events scheduled for the bar, as will live entertainment in the bar on weekends.
D’Adbilly and D’Albany are excited to have the Rock bar open.
“Bar Louie is one of the oldest bars in the city, and Bar Louie is in our family,” said Bar Louisienne Will Dabbey.
“I hope it’s a great place for the community, for the people of Louisville, for Louisville, and for Louisville beer.”
Will and Dabbery plan to open the bar at a location in the historic Louisville General Station building, which opened in 1919.
The bar will include a full bar, patio seating and a stage for live music.
Bar owner Will and his wife, Erin Dabbie, said that the Bar Louisiana has grown significantly since opening the bar in 2015.
“This is the perfect time to bring it to the masses and bring it back to where it belongs,” said Will Dabbie.
“It’s a place that people want to come to and drink and have fun.”
Bar Louie’s owner Will, Erin and son, Adam, are excited about opening the Rock.
“After a long time of hard work, we have been able to get this bar to where we want it,” said Adam Dabbbey.
“This bar is going to be so great and we hope it will be so good that people will come here and do it for themselves and not for us.
That is the goal of this bar,” said Erin Dabbies.
Bar Louisian will be a place for bar owners to celebrate, relax and unwind.
It will feature an intimate, rustic feel to the bar and a music scene that will be similar to the Rock, said Will.
Bar Lounge will feature entertainment and live music at the front of the bar that also includes DJ booths, a dance floor, a stage and more.
The Rock Bar is a new venture that will bring live music to the Bar Lounge on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Rock Bar will open at 10 a.m. and the bar is expected for its grand opening in 2019 at the old General Station Hotel.
The Bar Louie renovation is a project funded by the City of Louisville’s Downtown Business Development District, which provides funds to local businesses to improve their locations, improve amenities and create new jobs.
Louisville’s City Council approved $150,000 in funding for the Bar Louys project.
This is a developing story and updates will be provided as they become available.