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6535 Paramount Park Dr.
Louisville, KY 40213
Phone: (502) 964-0740
Fax: (502) 964-0730
Jefferson Mall was established in 1978, and for a while it seemed that this mall would lose its following to newer shopping centers. Today, the mall continues to not only survive, but rather thrive with a wide range of stores including popular brands like American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Old Navy, Sephora and JCPenny. In an effort to make the mall a fun place for visitors of all ages, Jefferson Mall boasts a soft play area with plenty of toys and fun activities for children, and a stroller rentals. The mall also has a variety of dining options with something to suit every taste, including the Olive Garden, Avocado Mexican Grill and Sarku Japan. With so much on offer under a single roof, you will find that time simply flies by.
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 all-in-one store and market is in the enclave of Schnitzelburg, a small slice of the Germantown neighborhood. Louisvillians consistently rate this shop as one of the best places to find gifts, because where else can you buy an Epiphyte and an ice-cold Lagunitas beer at the same place? For those that don't know, the Epiphytes sold here are air plants and the craft beers hail from all over the country. Additionally, the Haus sells vintage vinyl like Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, Metallica and many others hidden in their deep stacks. Looking for furniture or home decor? Greenhaus has it, albeit in a vintage, dated style. Overall, it's definitely an eclectic boutique that merits a visit when in Germantown.
A local favorite, Nord's bakery serves pastries, donuts, cookies and cupcakes. The bakery also prepares wedding cakes, birthday cakes and makes customized cakes with great presentation and taste. Choose anything from the variety offered and get it at reasonable rates.
Located along Bardstown Road in the suburb of Deer Park, Urban Attic offers visitors a one-stop-shop in consignment and retail fashion. The styles range from women's clothing to accessories and everything in-between. Some of the items are brand names, others from locals, but everything is a find. The items for sale here change constantly, so you never know what you will find when you visit.
Young and trendy fashionistas will love to delve through the chic, current collection at General Eccentric. This little boutique offers customers a chance to pick up the latest trends and accessories at affordable prices. Hate it when you walk out and someone's in the same outfit as you? With limited stock, and a carefully selected range of items, the chances of that happening are small; your look will be uniquely your own. If you loved something at the store, or while looking through their website; you can give them a call. They'll be happy to help you with your selection. For details on current trends and new stock, visit the website.
Hey Tiger was designed for those with a more quirky, unique and individualistic style; one that is simply not catered to by the usual chain stores. The store stocks an eclectic collection of vintage clothing and accessories for men and women, alongside handmade items produced by local artists, and natural beauty products. Here you will find a variety of unique and unusual pieces that range from new and quirky, to classic vintage style. With shoes, jewelry, hats, belts and more, Hey Tiger has everything you need to add a splash of creativity to your wardrobe.
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.
If trendy, hip clothing and unusual accessories are the things your heart desires, then stop by Dot Fox and you will not be disappointed. This little boutique at Bardstown Road is stocked with a great collection of young, stylish clothing and accessories from a variety of independent lines including names like Leelu Q, Noo Works, Tangiers, Insight and Covet. With shoes, bags, scarves, jewelry and much more on offer, Dot Fox has everything you may need to complement your unique style.
Named after the black magic ingredient used to ward off bad vibes, the Black Salt boutique boasts a bewitching charm and an eclectic collection. Stocked with the latest trends in designer clothing from hip brands like Widow, Rachel Antonoff and UNIF, the store offers everything you need and more to amp up your style quotient. Black Salt also offers a collection of creative bath and body products to pamper your body and enliven your soul, alongside quirky accessories to complete your look. All you have to do is follow the spades on the side walk, that lead behind Infinite Bliss Yoga, to step in to the world of Black Salt where the imagination runs wild.
Carmichael's is a book store that has bucked the national trend of declining mom-and-pop stores in lieu of digitized media and commerce. In fact, the bookstore has three locations (one in Frankfort) and another outlet for kids down the street at 1313 Bardstown. The stores carry literary journals, magazines, work by local authors, autographed books, fiction, non-fiction and much, much more. In addition to great tomes, Carmichael's is also Louisville's bookstore for author events and signings.
Nitty Gritty is a great local shop that caters to those obsessed with anything vintage, retro or kitschy. This Germantown boutique has fashions from the 1920's all the way to the 1980's. The shop sells other housewares and accessories as well, where you'll find bags, hats, clocks, watches, cameras and almost everything else that has some retro charm to it. Additionally, its a great place to go when you need to find something on Halloween or to add that vintage piece to sharpen your style.