The Village Anchor offers a much-needed and unique setting in Louisville’s east end, both for personal and professional occasions. The restaurant’s look and feel are like none other in Louisville and, arguably, Kentucky.
Two bars, the Anchor Bar and the Sea Hag, each appeal to a particular taste and rely on the other to offer one of the most spectacular experiences in the Metro area.
The Village Anchor Restaurant and Anchor Bar on the main floor bring together stone, red leathers, rich worn velvets, wrought iron, dark woods, Italian appointments, Carrera marble, and the original crimson red beer taps from Churchill Down’s Silks Bar. It offers an upscale-casual, fun environment with an inimitable European flavor and exotic French flair.
The lower-level Sea Hag Pub offers a completely different look and feel. The “Hag” brings together brick, worn woods, hand-wrought iron, stone, and copper to drive a more traditional pub setting. The 30-foot copper bar showcases 62 beers and 55 bourbons; while built-in ice troughs chill your favorite brew.
Meet the Team
Founder & Owner
A Louisville-area native, Kevin Grangier began his career locally in the marketing and communication world before relocating to Los Angeles to start his brand development firm Carry On Communication, Inc. Over the course of 12 year’s operating the award-winning firm that grew to have offices in five core markets, Kevin and his team built a family of communication companies to encompass a network of branding, public relations and marketing entities and services that scaled the largest and most significant markets across the U.S. Together, these businesses provided a fully integrated approach that addressed the many challenges a company encounters in the brand development process.
Originally from Louisville, Ky., Grangier’s past civic, social, and professional leadership and board activities include leadership roles with the Public Relations Society of America, the Association for Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations, The Virgin Group, and Virgin Radio, The National Kidney Foundation, and many others. He has also served in brand advisory roles on dozens of non-profit arts and public-health organizations.