Livery Company recently opened its doors at 3211 Cherokee, a welcome addition to the west side of the neighborhood. Co-owner Emily Ebeling, envisions Livery Company to be a laid back, neighborhood bar with cheap drinks and some craft cocktails. Emily is looking forward to contributing to the growth and vibrancy of the Cherokee neighborhood and chose to open here because of the neighborhood’s creative culture and strong support system.
Livery Company is currently serving a rendition of the Pimms Cup, a traditonal English cocktail made up of Pimms #1, lemonade, 7-up and a cucumber slice- a recipe Emily got from New Orleans mainstay Napolean House.
Livery Company will host a variety of music, entertainment and events. Every Tuesday is “Cherokee Night”- drinks specials and entertainment for residents and business owners in the neighborhood. They will also have Karaoke and Trivia Trivia nights throughout the week.
Livery Company is open daily, except Sundays from 6 pm to 1:30 am.