AKA The Motherlodge, from a poem by that name by Rudyard Kipling, celebrating a pub in colonial India where soldiers and every variety of men chatted and smiled, viewing each other with warmth and respect.
Offering food, drink and music....
Located in an historic old home on Oak Street where Temple Bodley cherished letters of the George Rogers Clark family, where from the second floor the Stites family watched boats ply Oak Street in 1937, "The Rud" preserves old brick, art glass, woodwork, and traditional Kentucky recipes blended with new music, theatre, warmth and welcome.
We want to be your "great good place" offering a variety of music, food and drink in an place that you will be comforted and refreshed in body and spirit.
Former owners of "That Place" On Goss in Germantown, Amy and William Enix offer a rotating menu along with a full bar accompanied by "That" Bloody Mary until their full menu and kitchen renovations are complete.