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Pine Street Junction

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Lackner's Tavern
c. 1900. 1006 Pine St. (NR)

This single-story commercial building with shiplap siding has a clipped corner entry accented by a large sunburst. Window sizes have been changed and a south side beer garden has been added, but the original ornate bar and back bar remain inside. An even grander rococo mahogany back bar may be found at the Old Louisville Inn, a small, venerable, frame saloon at 740 Front Street.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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