Do Some Salsa Dancing at Copper and Kings September 22
Sip margaritas at Copper and Kings this September, do some salsa dancing in the courtyard and spend some time unwinding at Salsa Sunday. When was the last time you had a night of dancing, cocktails and fun under the stars? No matter how long ago it was, it’s always a good time to do it again!
Don’t know how to salsa dance? No problem! There will be an instructor on hand to show you the basic steps. Meanwhile, a DJ will keep the tunes coming all evening long. And if you feel a little tense, loosen up a little with the wine and beer that’s on tap. Try a rosalita cocktail while you’re here. Copper and Kings has lots of unique items on the menu, and it all goes great with salsa dancing.
Salsa Sunday begins at 7 pm and the party lasts until 10 pm. There’s no cover charge to attend this free event. You’ll be dancing in the courtyard under the stars, and you’ll be walking on air by the time you leave. Copper and Kings is at 1121 E. Washington Street. That’s in Butchertown, a neighborhood that’s always full of life and color, a lot like salsa dancing itself.
Why You'll Love Being in Butchertown
Butchertown is a historic neighborhood, and it's home to one of the city's more unique attractions. This is where you can find the Thomas Edison house. The inventor lived here as a young man, and possibly came up with some of his great ideas while living in Butchertown. But this neighborhood has lots of modern flair, too. Butchertown helps make up the NuLu area of the city, a part of Louisville that has been revitalized with green technology and modern updates.
This neighborhood has an active nightlife, and because it's right on the Ohio River it's within walking distance of the skate park, Slugger Field and Waterfront Park. Shop at the antique mall, go rock climbing indoors, grab a cup of coffee or go browse at one of the many shops while you're in Butchertown. You'll find that visiting this neighborhood is amazing. When you see the real estate, you'll learn why it's even better to live here.
Butchertown is packed with lovely historic architecture in Greek revival, shotgun and other Old-World designs. From tall townhomes to cozy bungalows, Butchertown homes are filled with hardwood floors and beautiful details that you can't find in newer homes. See how being in Butchertown feels this September, and you’ll see why you’ll love living here.
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