Have Dinner at Le Moo and Help the Buddies for Life Program May 21
You’re not going to have many chances to do something good just by having a delicious meal, but this May that opportunity is available. Go eat dinner to support Baptist Health Foundation and the Buddies for Life Program.
Dinner for a Cause
Baptist Health Foundation will use the proceeds from the evening for their Golf Outing, which is scheduled for next month. The outing raises funds for the Buddies for Life program, which provides pediatric hospital patients with stuffed animals. This way, the kids have a buddy with them while they’re being treated. And you can help just by going to dinner at Le Moo.
Le Moo is a hip Highlands-area restaurant with a selection of traditional and out-of-the-box menu items. Entrees include lamb ribs, roasted bone marrow, steak tartare, mussels, and shrimp cocktail. Be there starting at 5 pm. When you dine, 10 percent of your check will go straight to the Baptist Health Foundation. Le Moo is at 2300 Lexington Road. That’s just minutes away from Cherokee Gardens, and right next to beautiful Cherokee Park. While you’re in the neighborhood, go see what makes this Highlands neighborhood stand out.
Cheer for Cherokee Gardens
The homes in Cherokee Gardens were mostly built between the 1920s and 1950s, and it shows. Many houses here were designed by one of the city's most notable architects, and you'll see how he got his reputation when you see the gorgeous real estate here. The stately homes in Cherokee Gardens are made to look grand inside and out. They sit on sprawling green lawns surrounded by shade trees in beautiful, traditional designs.
The winding roads of the neighborhood will take you past breathtaking home after breathtaking home, places that every family dreams about. Once you see the houses in Cherokee Gardens, you're going to be dreaming about them, too.
To learn about other fun things to do in the area, please visit our Louisville Real Estate website.