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New bar Bourbon on Broadway opens in downtown Sylacauga


SYLACAUGA, Ala. – Bourbon on Broadway, a new cocktail lounge located in downtown Sylacauga, has recently opened up to the public.

The new establishment held a soft opening on Feb. 5 and celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony provided by the Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, March 17.

“This feeling is one where I had to step back so I could take in a clear view and enjoy every aspect of the feeling,” said Kelly Prince, owner of Bourbon on Broadway. “I must say the feeling has taken my breath away and I’m so appreciative to the citizens of Sylacauga and all individuals who have supported this business.”

The bar is located at 112 N. Broadway Ave. and takes inspiration from a place you might find walking through the French Quarter in New Orleans.

“I’ve always enjoyed New Orleans and the fabulous jazz music that fills the streets,” Prince remarked. “New Orleans has always been mysterious and magical in my eyes. It makes my heart feel full, my tastes buds alive, and my feet want to move. I wanted to bring a little bit of that to Sylacauga so we could have it in our own [backyard] without the bother of traveling too far.”

Bourbon on Broadway offers premium liquors and cocktails crafted my mixologist Angela Wilson as well as cigars with an outdoor area to enjoy them.

Prince says that the venue is available for birthday and engagement parties, and she plans on holding events for special occasions such as the upcoming Kentucky Derby on May 7.

“I wanted something different for Sylacauga, and when Allen and Julie Sanders approached me with this idea, I thought it was fabulous and I was all in,” Prince said. “I wanted it to be unique and one of a kind. The vision has held true; we are unique and different and different is good.”

The lounge’s regular operating hours are from 5:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Prince thinks that the bar may start opening on Sundays starting after Memorial Day.

“My vision and desire was for everyone to feel welcome and special when they walked inside our doors,” said Prince. “I believe that goal has been achieved and I pray it will always hold true.”

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