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by Megan Maloneposted Oct 17 2013 8:30AM
Drink Beer (kid free) at the Kentucky Science Center Tonight from 6p-10p
It’s the second annual exBEERiment at the Kentucky Science Center where you can drink beer, sample food trucks, and explore the science center with a buzz. Get tickets here.
Celebrate Oktoberfest (even though it’s long over) with German Beer and Food from Varanese
So what if Oktoberfest technically ended on October 6th. Varanese on Frankfort is still celebrating with a Beer Dinner on Thursday, October 24th at 7:00pm. The evening will feature guest speaker and Certified Cicerone Jason Schuster and a four-course German themed dinner paired with German beers. Check out the menu (booze in bold):
Reception: Warsteiner Pilsner
First Course: Paulaner Hefe Weizen, warm German potato salad topped with soft poached egg and molasses candied pork belly lardons, served over grilled frisee
Second Course: Warsteiner Okterberfest,beer braised Bratwurst filled with pork, venison and blueberries, with brown butter spätzle, red cabbage sauerkraut and a mustard demi glace
Third Course: Warsteiner Dunkel, Wienerschnitzel served with potato and chive pancake finished with a coffee infused pan sauce and garnished with peppered micro greens
Fourth Course: Paulaner Double Bock, dark fruit strudel with pretzel ice cream and fresh berry compote
Dinner costs $49 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (502) 899-9904 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A new bar “The Tavern” is under construction above S&SC at 4th Street Live
Wave3 is reporting that new bar The Tavern is well underway that will take up the vacant second floor over the Sports and Social Club, thanks to the city’s $850,000 given to 4th Street Live! operator The Cordish Companies to rehab the space. The entertainment district’s General Manager James Layson also said the recently added big screen will bring big game nights and movie nights downtown.