Eat Dinner at Le Moo for the Kentucky Humane Society November 12
This November at Le Moo, you'll get the chance to support a special celebrity host just by having dinner, the Kentucky Humane Society. All you have to do is eat, and you'll get to support this society that provides services for pets and animals all over Louisville and Kentucky. Dining for a cause is a great reason to have a night out.
Dining for a Cause
Enjoy a night out where you can feel especially good about being out. The more you eat, the more you'll be helping the Kentucky Humane Society. There's no extra cost and no extra pressure. Just to go Le Moo, have dinner and tell your server that you're dining out to support the Kentucky Humane Society. They will donate up to 10 percent of your check to this worthy cause.
Le Moo is a perfect restaurant for a night out. This is a romantic, cozy restaurant with an elegant steakhouse feel and a decadent menu to match. Start with an appetizer of mussels, shrimp cocktail or something truly unique, such as roasted bone marrow. Next, feast on crab chowder or a Caesar salad before you dig into a steak entree. Le Moo has a huge steak menu, but you can also get crab legs, salmon, scallops and several vegetarian options as well.
Le Moo is at 2300 Lexington Road. That's just outside the beautiful Cherokee Triangle, right between the scenic beauty of Cherokee Park on one side and the historic Cave Hill on the other.
Checking Out Cherokee Triangle
The triangle-shaped neighborhood between the park and Cave Hill is a sprawling, pretty collection of houses that make up some of the most desirable real estate in Louisville. The historic homes here are built with distinct Victorian charm that's still appealing even after 100 years, mostly thanks to the extensive renovations inside. These homes have all the beauty they were built with at the turn of the 1900s, but when you go into them you'll find all sorts of modern features and upgrades that make them perfectly suitable for today's lifestyle.
Bold colors, pretty landscaping, soaring towers, big porches, Cherokee Triangle has it all, and that's just the beginning. Bordered on one side by Bardstown Road, Cherokee Triangle is right next to the Baxter Avenue Theaters and some of the city's most popular restaurants. This community is full of classic style, modern features, great attractions and incredible real estate. What more could you want in any neighborhood? Go check out Cherokee Triangle for yourself this November, and you may be checking for ways to get a home here soon.
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