Friday, March 30, 2012

there's an app for that...1000 drink recipes

bluegrass losses a legend

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Green Beer mixed with ROCK tonight

bring your best Irish friends to Mahoganys tonight for green beer and more as we rock the night.

Friday, March 16, 2012

celebrate at Mahoganys....for St. Patricks Day....

green beer, drink specials, music...and for the lucky....Irish eyes are smiling...with our newest drink Emerald Isle.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Don't forget...tonight is College Night and Acoustic Night!  Happy Hour 6-8. Sign up if you want to play!  No sign ups required to listen;) See you there!

Monday, March 12, 2012

Mahogany's is kicking off the week tomorrow with our weekly Acoustic Open Night and College Night. Don't miss this as we have great performers that come and you never know who is going to show up to perform.

Wednesday, March 14 is Singer/Songwriter open mike from 6-9 and then Late Night with DJ Jason.

Friday, March 16 come experience Barbie Robbins Acoustic Night

Saturday is the Night we have all been waiting for...Celebrate St. Patricks Day with Malady Alley and  $2.00 Green Beer, Celebrate Green – Lucky Drinks 3-5 and Classic Rock…Don't Miss Celebrating St. Patricks Day with Mahogany's. 
There is only one Mahogany's and it is in Kentucky!  Mahogany's is an eclectic music venue that offers everything from Comedy, RocknRoll, Metal Monster, Acoustic, Open Mike, Blues, Jazz and just about everything in between.  The focal point for the Bar and Music Venue is the 1883 Mahogany Bar and 1883 Vintage tin pressed ceiling.  The owners renovated the interior of the bar when they transformed it from a sports bar to the celebration of the 1883's that the area is famous. The exposed brick wall is the creation of the owner's wife.

Many people do not know that in Latonia there was a spa back in the days nor do they know that the Latonia Race Track, now Turfway, was original to the area behind what is now Burlington Coat Factory, formerly Value City. Newcomers to the area quickly learn that Highway 17 is called 3L by the locals, but most of them do not know why.

The reason is that the three main race tracks in Kentucky were connected by this road.  Three L highway was short for Lexington, Louisville and Latonia Race Tracks.  Latonia drew them in from far and near including Presidents and dignitaries.

So come experience a by-gone era and enjoy a drink or two.  Mahogany's is non smoking inside, but has a great patio for all to enjoy.  Come for the music and stay for the drinks or just come in for the conversation. Keep watching the website for our entertainment and drink menus....See you soon....Bob Davis