Tag Archives: Old Louisville

North Lime Donuts and Coffee Opens To Eager Crowd

Lexington born North Lime Coffee and Donuts opened their Louisville location yesterday at 1228 South Seventh St to a hungry crowd. Early photos showed lines extending out the door despite the rain. As a matter of fact, (as you can see from the featured photo) they were so busy, they had to sell some of the sample donuts to keep up.

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Geechee Bayou now open in Old Louisville

Geechee Bayou, serving Cajun and Creole cuisine, has opened in the heart of Old Louisville, at 1161 S. Second St. The space had briefly been Slice deli, and is a few doors away from the new, larger location of The Seafood Lady.

The menu includes items like steamed crawfish and fried frog legs, in generous portions. Side dishes include coleslaw, sausage, corn on the cob, boiled potatoes, boiled eggs and green beans. Orders come with a Creole spice blend, house-made tartar sauce, and a house-made hot sauce. Continue reading Geechee Bayou now open in Old Louisville

Slice coming soon to Old Louisville

Matt Davis, entrepreneurial restaurateur and chef, the man behind the Lil Cheezers food truck (and short-lived bricks-and-mortar restaurant on Baxter Ave.) is planning to open Slice, a 1980s-themed deli and sandwich shop on a busy corner of Old Louisville, a still-underserved restaurant neighborhood. Continue reading Slice coming soon to Old Louisville