1500 E Crystal Dr.
La Grange, KY 40031
Phone: (502) 225-4125
Fax: (502) 225-6282
This mega-shopping complex in the northeast suburbs of Louisville has many brand name stores like Gap, American Eagle, Banana Republic and DSW. There is always plenty of parking and if you're looking for something that pertains to beauty, shoes, jewelery, home furnishings or specialty shops like Build-A-Bear, Paddock has it at a great price. This is truly a one-stop-shop for any goods or gifts you might need.
Founded in 1914, Rodes is recognized as a premier store in Louisville that offers quality clothing for men and women. This family owned and operated showroom showcases a remarkable collection of traditional garments, Italian designs, sportswear and other accessories. Whether you want to sport an elegant and mild look or a trendy and loud look, Rodes has all things right to match your attitude.
Oxmoor Center is located in the suburb of Norwood, which is about 25-minutes away from downtown Louisville. The mall contains most of the chains you've heard of, such as Macy's, Gap, H&M and an "Only in the Midwest" department store like Von Maur. If you don't find what you're looking for at this mall, jump over the Henry Watterson Expressway and visit the Mall St. Matthews.
This mall is the second largest mall in the entire state of Kentucky and it's appropriate that its located in the suburb of St. Matthews, which is home to most of Louisville's shopping centers. The anchor stores here include Forever 21, Dillard's and JC Penney as well as a Cinemark theater. Other ancillary stores include GameStop, Journeys, PacSun, Wet Seal, Victoria's Secret and many more. This mall is truly a one-stop-shop.
It's about time you gave your pooch a delectable treat for all the tail-wagging, affection and constant companionship they have been showering on you. Three Dog Bakery is a bakery for dogs. Aware of the fact that unhealthy eating can risk a dog's health, Three Dog Bakery specializes in healthy, wholesome and baked snacks that are easy on their tummy but heavy on satisfaction. Apart from this they also stock a creative range of bowls and leashes. However the most fun part is the remarkable little party room where your bundle of joy can frolic to his heart's content as well as dine at a table with individual bowls.
Mainly a family business, Merkley Kendrick Jewelers have been in existence since 1832. The shop keys have been passed down from one generation to the other and so has the attitude towards business. A good place to drop by if you are looking to gift someone on almost any kind of occasion. The collection on offer is pretty decent as well and has its own share of fans. A good point to note is that this business is the third oldest jewelry store in the whole of the United States and still running!
Frankfort Avenue is a thoroughfare that starts in the suburb of St. Matthews and ends at the conjunction with Brownsboro Road near the Ohio River. Along the way, visitors will find many hip restaurants, bookstores, boutiques, bakeries and much, much more. Most of the shops are locally owned and operated; in fact, there is nary a trace of a big-box store. The Avenue also traverses through the historic, charming neighborhoods of Crescent Hill and Clifton, which are treasures in themselves.
Evolve is another cool shop on Frankfort Avenue that has devoted its entire selection of items to men. From jackets, wallets, belts and socks to full suits and ties, Evolve is a consignment store that relies on recycling gently used menswear. Oftentimes some great steals can be found on the racks, where designer shirts and jeans are always found at better-than-retail prices. If you join their mailing list, the shop keeps you in the know about what is coming-and-going through the doors.
Bardstown Road stretches from the eponymous town all the way north to Louisville. Along the way, there is an enormous amount of shops and one of the best is Derby City Antiques. The massive 30,000-sq. ft. of space offers collectibles, furniture, jewelery and other housewares that will keep you busy for a while. The mall is located in a former 1920's elementary schoolhouse and its in the hamlet of Beuchel, about 20-minutes outside of downtown Louisville.
This 2013 addition to the Louisville music scene has been welcomed by all since the closing of the popular Ear X-tacy. Guestroom Records is a haven for all those who love music as they have an impressive collection. Featuring a vast genre of music which covers the old and the new, it is indeed a small treasure trove of musical gems. They also host concerts occasionally.
Isn't it a shame that some beautiful dishes never get used? Never intended for holding a scoop of mashed potatoes or slice of meatloaf, they sit for years atop a sideboard, gathering dust, or hang in little metal hooks specifically designed to support plates no one uses. The Hadley Pottery Company blurs the boundaries between aesthetic and practical with its renown pottery that can indeed be used for food and drinks. In 1940, artist Mary Alice Hadley began the stoneware line that soon developed into a worldwide pottery sensation. Today, her original designs are still used, and thanks to the process of "underglaze decoration," are highly durable.
Discover a unique array of gifts and souvenirs at this quirky, kitschy shop located along Bardstown Road. Established in 2005, WHY Louisville offers a diverse choice of "Only in Kentucky" objects which range from eccentric clothing and accessories to contemporary art and books. The strong focus of the store's collection includes local artists that contribute items Kentuckians will love. Basically, if you love Louisville or know someone who does, this is the place to shop.