Heres whats going into the former Tumbleweed, Docs space at Waterfront Park – WLKY Louisville

ENDING MASKING RULES. MASKS ARE REQUIRED ON SCHOOL BUSES BECAUSE A FEDERAL POLI.CY CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY ON A NEW STWE RUN ON WATERFRONT PARK. BROOKLYN━BASED PIG BEACH BARBECUE WILL BE OPENING IN THE BUILDING THAT ONCE HOUSED TUMBLEWEED. TUMBLEWE EDCLOSED IN 2014 AND DOCS CANTINA CLOSED IN2016. THERE ARE CURRENTLY TWO PIG

Here’s what’s going into the former Tumbleweed, Doc’s space at Waterfront Park

A New York City-based restaurant is coming to a much-maligned spot on Louisville’s waterfront, Louisville Business First reports.Work is underway at Pig Beach BBQ, which will be located in the former home of Tumbleweed TexMex Grill and Doc’s Cantina at Waterfront Park at 1201 River Road. Set to debut in spring 2022, Pig Beach will move into the two-level, 14,000-square foot waterfront space, a Waterfront Park news release stated.”Pig Beach offers amazing food and a welcoming atmosphere, making it the perfect fit for Waterfront Park,” said Deborah Bilitski, president and executive director of Waterfront Park, said in the release. “We look forward to activating the restaurant space and integrating Pig Beach BBQ into the park, our events and other offerings.”Pig Beach BBQ plans to open its doors for Derby festivities in April 2022.Read more and see more pictures from Louisville Business First.

A New York City-based restaurant is coming to a much-maligned spot on Louisville’s waterfront, Louisville Business First reports.

Work is underway at Pig Beach BBQ, which will be located in the former home of Tumbleweed TexMex Grill and Doc’s Cantina at Waterfront Park at 1201 River Road. Set to debut in spring 2022, Pig Beach will move into the two-level, 14,000-square foot waterfront space, a Waterfront Park news release stated.

“Pig Beach offers amazing food and a welcoming atmosphere, making it the perfect fit for Waterfront Park,” said Deborah Bilitski, president and executive director of Waterfront Park, said in the release. “We look forward to activating the restaurant space and integrating Pig Beach BBQ into the park, our events and other offerings.”

Pig Beach BBQ plans to open its doors for Derby festivities in April 2022.

Read more and see more pictures from Louisville Business First.

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