ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN)—In Downtown Enterprise, the entertainment district is being called a success.

Corks and Cattle is a part of the one-half mile portion of Main Street’s downtown as Enterprise’s entertainment district on six nights a week. The designation allows customers to take an open container of alcohol outside of an establishment, as long as the customer stays within the limits of the district.

Corks and Cattle manager Leigha Clark says different demographics come out, people come out from different areas. Which is always a positive, you can walk around with an adult beverage especially on a Saturday.”

The ordinance prohibits an individual from entering licensed premises with an open or closed alcoholic beverage
acquired from somewhere else.

“Enterprise Chamber of Commerce officials says just like about everything there are a few growing pains, but overall the entertainment district has been a huge success. “

Enterprise chamber of commerce Executive Director Erin Grantham says
“It’s a great opportunity for existing businesses to capitalize on that extra income and also provides an attractive amenity for businesses that would like to join our downtown businesses.”

With the warmer spring and summer months ahead, businesses expect social media and word of mouth to promote
the entertainment district in “The City of Progress”.