Louisville Magazine

JUN 2019

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kyselectproperties.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 6.19 17 Illustration by Shae Goodlett some time had a human operator. It all felt like a world that existed before me. It was sad enough when the 103-year-old store (which had lived at that location since the '70s) closed in 2008, but then the building got demolished several years later to make way for the I-65 expansion. Mary Chellis Nelson Managing editor LaBelle Gallery & Map Center on East Chest- nut Street at Shelby. I miss the maps, but I miss Frank Longaker (R.I.P.) more. Jack Welch Copy editor During high school and early college, ear X-tacy anchored my Bardstown Road explora- tion. Not only could you grab new music, but I remember Tenacious D, Foo Fighters and Louisville band Young Widows playing there. It helped shape my musical tastes, and is why music is still such a huge part of my life. William DeShazer Photographer The restaurant Hillbilly Tea. I'm at a loss for where to take out-of-towners to give them that "Old Kentucky Home" vibe. Megan Heinsohn Louisville Tickets Unique Thrift Store in Portland. I once found a beautiful, hand-stamped Spanish leather purse for only $5. I carried it for a few years, then sold it for $10. Taylor Killough Contributing writer Avalon, mainly for its fabulous patio. Stacey Hallahan Advertising director Burger's Market. Although the great butcher team from there is now at Paul's on Che- noweth, and the famous fried chicken sand- wich is available at Lilly's/La Peche. Matthew Barzun Publisher Lydia House. Where is the pot that never moved from its burner, simmering a nev- er-ending pot of stock for noodle bowls? I ended up there last November, not knowing it would be my last taste. They abruptly closed a month later. Who slurped the last noodle? Jenny Kiefer Contributing writer We had never been to Lydia House when we first moved to Germantown a year ago and were so excited to be able to walk there for brunch and ramen. Honorable mention: For Goodness Crepes. The cookies-and-cream dessert crepe was sinful. Alexandra Winters Digital media manager I often think about Ann's Grill, which was on Baxter Avenue where Flanagan's is now. I fre- quented the joint when I lived around the cor- ner in the late '90s. It was an old-school diner, run by a woman who wasn't named Ann, damn it. She would buy groceries early in the morning and walk them to the restaurant. Not

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