Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Dog Park Bar Opening Soon!

Posted By on Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 4:17 PM

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My. Head. Just. Exploded.

There's a dog park/bar opening at 730 S. Main called Lucky's Social Club. It's having a soft opening on March 16th and March 17th in conjunction with St. Pawtrick's Day. (Died.)

Chelsea Glass and Brian Ellsworth are behind the venture. Both are in event planning. Mac Hopper, who was co-developer of Loflin Yard and Carolina Watershed, is also a partner.

The bar will be members-only — $10 a day; $25 per month; or $275 per year. To enter with your dog, you must have proof of vaccination and spay/neuter. And, you will have to sign a paper swearing your dog is not aggressive. No dog? No problem. You're welcome too.

Glass says Lucky's, which is near the Active Bolt and Carolina Watershed sites, is in an ideal space, with lots of room for roaming and running and nearby to retail and living spaces.

According to Glass, there will be Yappy Hours and a Paw of Fame wall. A menu will serve gourmet hotdogs — a Greek dog, Chicago-style, veggie. They're hoping to offer a beer for dogs.

The idea, says Glass, who has two dogs, Duke and Titan, is to provide a space for dogs and their human friends that is fun and safe.

The St. Pawtrick's Day party will feature food trucks and live music. It runs from noon to 6 p.m.

Lucky's Social Club is set to open May 1st.  

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