May 23, 2023 - Food and Drink

Goldie’s, a new live music venue with a bar and restaurant, is now open in Lower South End

Goldie’s opened earlier this week in LoSo. It’s a new live music venue, bar and restaurant under one roof.

What to expect: At over 6,000 square feet, Goldie’s features two seating areas, two bars, two patios and one main stage with nightly live music. 

The menu: Aside from live music, Goldie’s will operate like a mini food hall, with three food outlets including Goldie’s Kitchen, Tina’s Pizza and the Big Weiner hot dog cart offering everything from burgers and tacos to brunch on the weekends.

  • Goldie’s will also serve beer, wine and cocktails.

What’s next: Nightly live music begins in June. Shows will be a mix of local and regional acts, most of which will be free to attend. Goldie’s management expects to host two to three larger ticketed shows each month.

Details: Goldie’s is at 3601 South Blvd. (near the Scaleybark light rail station).

  • It’s open Monday-Wednesday 11am-midnight, Thursday-Friday 11am-2am, Saturday 10:30am-2am and Sunday 10:30am-midnight.

Let’s take a look around the sprawling venue.

The stage is located right when you walk in and has a small standing area. There’s plenty of seating inside, including round tables, high tops and booths. Photo: McKenzie Rankin/Axios
Guests can expect nightly live music covering an array of genres. Photo: McKenzie Rankin/Axios
The cocktail bar is a main focus of the interior. Photo: McKenzie Rankin/Axios
We tried The “Born in The USA,” a rotisserie chicken sandwich ($13). We paired it with the sidewinder fries ($5) and an orange crush cocktail ($9).
Goldie’s cocktail menu is notably affordable — signature cocktails range between $9-$11. We ordered the orange crush, made with orange vodka, orange juice, triple sec and sprite.
Their patio space is dog-friendly and has a walk-up bar. Photo: McKenzie Rankin/Axios

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