Little Woodrow’s neighborhood bar, a popularTexas-based watering hole will move forward with its long planned Burnet Road location after gaining approval from the Austin City Council earlier this year. The approval was hard earned, gained after a series of compromises were reached to address concerns voiced by nearby Brentwood and Allendale neighborhood associations.
Eager to work together with the surrounding neighborhood associations to put all concerns to rest, Little Woodrow’s co-owner Rick Engel has agreed to adhere to a few guidelines for the Burnet Road location, including prohibiting all live outdoor music, limiting decibel levels, restricting noise-generating events to the bar or the bar’s deck and requiring a closing time on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and holidays of 1 a.m.
For his part, Engel is excited about the upcoming opening and confident that the neighborhood will benefit from the addition of Little Woodrow’s and adjoining Brooklyn Pie Co. Engel states, “We are very excited about this particular location. The area is growing rapidly and we’re happy to contribute to the vitality of the neighborhood.”
In addition to the wide variety of beers and casual atmosphere Little Woodrow’s is known for, the Burnet Road location will feature ongoing events and specials focused on building its reputation as a neighborhood bar. Neighborhood Social night will be held every Wednesday, celebrating local brands with specials on Austin beers and spirits.. Brooklyn Pie Co., open daily for lunch, will join Little Woodrow’s in serving up “beer and a slice” combos and daily specials throughout the week.
The Burnet Road location will celebrate its grand opening on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014, extending the first Neighborhood Social throughout opening weekend.
About Little Woodrow’s
Little Woodrow’s neighborhood bar concept is known for its vast selection of beers from all over the world in addition to local Texas craft beers. A laid back local destination offering great food from Brooklyn Pie Co. in addition to its assortment of cold brews, the popular pub features a regular rotation of live music, numerous TVs and a dog-friendly deck. Little Woodrow’s currently has 6 locations in Houston, 1 location in San Antonio and 4 locations in Austin, including 1 currently under construction in Midland, Texas. Website: www.littlewoodrows.com.