Meander Through NULU, Louisville's East Market District

Posted May 3rd 2013 10:13 AMUpdated May 31st 2013 07:42 AM


Find out why folks are flocking to New Louisville (NULU). The historic area has had a recent resurgence of restaurants, galleries and shops, with enough food and fun to fill an afternoon -- or two.

Every breakfast spot serves a sammy, but never has one been so well executed as the bacon and egg sandwich at Toast. In case you're not an early riser, they serve breakfast all day.

Design junkies can get their fix with the home décor stores flanking East Market Street. Scout sells a stylish mix of personal and home accessories, from sofas to statement jewelry. Find Louisville lore like vintage Derby posters and an eclectic selection of furniture from Relleck. Working women will love the laptop bags by journalist-turned-designer Emily Gimmel from Graceship (sold at Work the Metal, the super cool store right below her studio).

Read the rest of Meander Through NULU-Louisville's East Market District on AOL's Mapquest Discover.

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