Chef Edward Lee’s newest concept Whiskey Dry opens today on 4th St. Live! He said this bar has been two years in the making, and a lot of thought went into expanding the discussion from the obviously popular bourbon to a discussion about the world of whiskey.
Wednesday, April 19 at 6 p.m., the Pints for Parkinson’s Foundation in partnership with Gordon Biersch and 4th Street Live will host the 3rd Annual Pint’s for Parkinson’s Charity Fundraise. The highlight of the event will be the tapping of Gordon Biersch’s Maibock Lager brewed by Beer Master, Nick Landers. The beneficiary of the event, Parkinson Support Center, promotes awareness about Parkinson’s disease and help those in Kentuckiana navigate life with Parkinson’s. Continue reading 3rd Annual Pints for Parkinson’s at Gordon Biersch
Fourth Street Live has been undergoing a sort of renaissance this past year, and a fixture on the scene, the Sports & Social Club, has undergone a recent renovation to keep itself as lively as its compeers. A quart-million dollar investment has sleek, contemporary finishes, new furniture and booths and refinished hardwood floors. Continue reading Sports & Social Club at 4th St. Live spiffed up
An Italian restaurant focusing on artisanal pizzas, wine and craft beer, BirraCibo, is having a soft opening this week in 4th Street Live, in the space that used to be RiRa Irish Pub. The first night of this tryout soft opening will be tonight, Feb. 24, starting at 5 p.m. with a media preview event. The grand opening is now set for Feb. 29.
The large, 9,000-square-foot restaurant will seat over 100 diners and offer an outdoor patio as well as a charcuterie station behind the main bar. Two private rooms will be available for private parties and events.
The new restaurant is part of Junior Bridgeman’s ever-growing restaurant empire. His company has brought in Bruce Mosely as executive chef, who has worked at several gastro-pubs in California and in the Washington, D.C., area.
In the next few months fans of the dining and entertainment complex Fourth Street Live will see some old standbys missing, and new choices arriving. Closed already is Marker’s Mark Bourbon House; Sully’s Restaurant & Saloon will be leaving by early fall.
The only replacement announced by name will be Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse, which will feature a pot still, a bottling line where guests can fill their own bottle, and tasting room. The other new restaurants have concepts and locations within the complex, but no definite identity yet announced. Continue reading 4th Street Live restaurant mix changes again