Thursday, August 11, 2011

End of summer SW Business roundup

It's been another tough year for Southwest Louisville business. We have seen several high-profile closings and the end of some long-time local favorites. Here are the latest items relating to our SW business community. If you have any to add, please contact us.

- The Old Louisville Coffeehouse, formerly located at 4th and Hill, is now open at it’s new location at 4956 Manslick Road (Sister Beans old location). Open 7days a week from 6am-9pm featuring free music on weekends.CafĂ© style setting with great free group meeting space accommodating up to 60 people.

Owners Pamela and Robert Campbell invite you to come see for yourself.

For more information please call 502-364-0053 or email at

*Thanks to Bob Henderson (D-14) for this info*

- PRP Pizza is now open in the space formerly occupied by the 19th Hole Pub on Greenwood Road.

- The Valley Station Sonic Drive-In restaurant is closed. Rumors of a "remodeling" seem to be greatly exaggerated.

-  The August meeting of the PRP Area Business Association will be held August 18 at the Shively Community Center. Event begins at 11:30am and will feature Mayor Greg Fisher.

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