Home & Garden in Bardstown


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  • Mammys Kitchen
    Looking for a quick bite to eat? Head on over to Bardstown's Mammys Kitchen. No time to sit down? No worries! Mammys Kitchen offers a take out option so you can grab your food on the go. Drivers will find quick and easy parking just around the corner from Mammys Kitchen. At Mammys Kitchen, you can pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or any other major credit card.
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    114 N 3rd St
    Bardstown, KY US
  • Storage Express
    Storage Express provides 24-hour secure self-storage at over 70 locations in five states. Today?s deal gives chronic salvagers a place to stash their stuff in one of 15 of those locations. Pricing can vary according to location, but units typically range from as low as $30 a month for a 5'x5' unit, large enough to accommodate the innards of a regular closet, to around $150 a month for a 10'x20' unit, which can store a one-car garage's worth of collectible curiosities. Although amenities vary by location, facilities may include a controlled access gate, nonstop video surveillance, climate-controlled rental spaces, and multiple payment options.
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    8331 Highway 44
    Mount Washington, KY US
  • Karen's Book Barn
    Currently nominated for Best Bookstore in a WHAS11.com reader?s poll, Karen's Book Barn and its literary-obsessed staff facilitates book buying with its inventory of more than 30,000 publications. Novel-worms can feed thirsty brains with Karen?s both new and used books (books range from $0.50 to $25). Study Java Stop's menu and its caffeinated concoctions, from a cup of its locally roasted Java Brewing Company coffee to its large caf? au lait ($3.45). Readers can relax with their steamy cup of java while skimming some of the shop?s newer additions, including Toni Toney's The Eco Diet or Jim Miller's WWII story Counter Intelligence. Cure television tedium with a science-fiction epic, an historical tome, or by hiding your TV under a pile of books with today?s Groupon to Karen?s Book Barn & Java Shop.
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    127 E Main St
    La Grange, KY US
  • Making Ends Meet
    With a variegated arsenal of fabrics disbursed by the yard, Making Ends Meet boasts three floors worth of woven offerings and pigmented patterns. Intrepid quilting-square seekers can pick up textiles crafted from everything from cotton to silk. Outdoor fabrics such as Duralee Fabric Sealife ($14 / yd.) blanket patio pillows or yacht-top furniture in a colorful oceanic motif, while Robert Allen Floral Branches ($19 / yd.) adds a delicate, silky touch to living rooms, kitchens, or pampered hamster habitats. The shop's militia of seam-happy staffers helps burgeoning upholsterers find the perfect fabric or handmade decorative tassel ($25?$37.50) to suit any couch cover or flea-circus tent.
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    701 Washington St
    Shelbyville, KY US
  • Stoess Manor
    Stoess Manor fills hearts and hearths with a substantial selection of furniture, flooring, fabrics, and homey accessories. Cushion domestic treading with Shaw carpet (from $0.69 per sq. ft.), opt for sleeker footing with Mohawk Scotchguard hardwood flooring ($3.99 per sq. ft.), or replicate history's decisive checkers matches with tiles from Shaw and Mohawk (from $0.99 per sq. ft.). Customers can also use this Groupon towards an ever-expanding array of furniture from brands such as Hickory White, Taylor King, Artistica, and Emerson. Ditch a deadbeat dining room set for a Standard solid-wood table with four chairs and a steady job ($399), or count fashionable sheep from the chic comfort of a Standard queen leather bed ($399).
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    6541 W Highway 22
    Crestwood, KY US
  • Louisville Mega Cavern
    The newest attraction at Louisville Mega Cavern, Mega Quest, just opened in Fall 2013 and claims to be the only underground ropes challenge course in the world. The Mega Cavern, originally a limestone mine, was mined for 42 years, beginning in the 1930s, and is now the largest building in the state of Kentucky. The cavernous facility utilizes its 90-foot-high thoroughfares to unite guests with an exhilaration previously known only to highly caffeinated miners?ziplining. Customers can purchase separate tickets for a variety of attractions, including Mega Zips ziplining, open daily throughout the year, the Lights Under Louisville show running during the Christmas season. The Mega Tram, which runs beginning in mid-January through early October. During Mega Zips tours of up to two hours, amateur spelunkers will stream across the subterrain?s six underground ziplines and dual racing lines under the sage supervision of the cavern's ACCT-certified experts. Along the way, guides will entertain guests with tales of the cavern?s rich history and uncanny impressions of stalagmites.
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    1841 Taylor Avenue
    Louisville, KY US

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