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UNION RESTAURANT & GAMEYARD HOSTING VIP PREVIEW SAT., AUG. 22

JEFFERSONVILLE, IN — As Union Restaurant and GameYard works toward it’s grand opening on September 10th, a small group of VIPs will be able to get a sneak preview this Saturday, August 22 from 2 – 5 p.m.

Located at 115 West Chestnut in Jeffersonville, within walking distance of the Big Four Bridge, the sprawling venue features a restaurant and four different bars, event spaces and a creative, casual food and drink menu. The GameYard offers covered cabanas and a variety of indoor and outdoor games, including curling, futpool, ping pong, cornhole, four-way volleyball and much more.

The ticketed VIP event this Saturday afternoon offers a guided behind-the-scenes tour with one of the owners where guests will get a sneak preview of everything planned for the venue, from the kitchen, bars and menu to event spaces, the GameYard and more.

Guests will also receive exclusive Union swag, as well as a special invitation to attend one of two private soft opening nights just before the grand opening for the public on September 10th.

The special preview event is limited to thirty guests to ensure a unique experience with appropriate social distancing. Tickets are available online at https://www.toasttab.com/union-restaurant-and-gameyard-115-w-chestnut/v3.

Union Restaurant and GameYard is the newest offering from the Southern Hospitality Group, which includes MESA Collaborative Kitchen and MESA Kids in New Albany, and 1816 Modern Kitchen and Tavolo Italian Bistro in Corydon.

For Additional Information:
Levi Donaldson
(502) 741-3364
levi@thesohocompany.com

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