It must be summer: First Bardstown Bound trolley hop May 21
It may not feel much like summer, but Saturday May 21 is the 2011 Bardstown Bound trolley hop.
This marks the eighth year for the Highland Commerce Guild’s music, shopping and dining event along Bardstown Road from the Douglass Loop on the east to Baxter Avenue on the west.
Merchants and restaurants along Louisville’s longest retail corridor will have special says and will stay open late for the event, according to a news release.
The event is scheduled for noon till “whenever,” according to the release.
Participating merchants and restaurants include:
Gilda’s Club Louisville, Heine Brothers’ Coffee-Eastern PKWY; Longest Avenue; Douglass Loop, Graeter’s Ice Cream. Qdoba, Value Market, Fleur De Lis Café, Mine & Yours, Pink Door Consignment, William Dean Hair Salon, Ruby Ruth Pottery, Highlands Art Studio, Givhan & Mitchell Realtors, Corner Door Bar & Grill, Urban Attic, Pink Door Consignment, B Chic Consignment & Boutique, Edenside Gallery, Luna Boutique, Clay & Cotton, General Eccentric, Holley Wrap, Diva on a Dime, Studio Works, Highlands Cleaners, The Highland Green Building, Highland Morning Café, Highland Liquors, Impellizzeri’s Pizza, J Shepherd Cigars, Mark’s Feed Store, Dirty Tease, WallaceStudio.com on Baxter, WHY Louisville, Cherry Bomb, The Bardstown Bar & Grill, Bonnycastle Appliance, Consider Boutique, CoCo’s Chocolate Café, Framing Express, Asiatique, Bristol Highlands, Butterfly Garden Café, Tony BoomBozz Taphouse, Avalon, Bearno’s Highlands, plus O’Shea’s and Flanagan’s on Baxter.
For more a map of the participating business or more information, see the Bardstown Bound website here.
Sponsors include The Highland Commerce Guild, TheHighlandsoOfLouisville.com & BBC Brewing Co.
Bardstown Bound is one of three seasonal events, Bardstown Bound, Bardstown Bound BooFest in the fall and Bardstown AGLOW the first week in December.