Wednesday, February 13, 2013

local

Louisville has always been my home & as I've grown so has this beautiful city. 
Growing up I often enjoyed the things Louisville had to offer, the community
 mainly, I love that no matter where you go everything still feels like home. 
In 2010 I began working for Edible Louisville Magazine & was inspired
 by our city's developing local food scene. 
Please & Thank You comes to mind whenever I'm craving a spanish latte 
& a cinnamon roll the size of my head. 
I know I can go there & feel at peace. It's not just the awesome sweets, incredible
Argo Sons Coffee, or variety of records that take me by surprise, but it's the warmth. 
Hospitality is an understatement for this quaint shop on 800 East Market,
 I am always amazed by the sweetness, not only in their chocolate chip cookies, but in their staff
These people are amazing! WOW. They make me feel like I'm apart of their family, 
not just a customer buying their product--but someone who is appreciated & known. 
So thank you and please keep it up. My weekly visits never feel enough, I always crave more. 

If you are an instagrammer follow their work here: coffeevinylfood
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5 comments:

Kate Leichhardt said...

Ugh yes. Peanut butter toast. #best

Hannah. said...

Ohhhhh you always have me itching to move to Louisville. This sounds so delicious.

Today's Letters said...

cinnamon rolls go fast. let's wake up early saturday.

marian rose said...

Amazing photos! What do you shoot on?

Priscilla said...

My husband will be traveling to Louisville at the end of the month for work (April '13) so I am scouring your blog for mentions of great local places to check out if he has time. Obviously, Please & Thank You will be on the list. :)
Lovely blog. I get happy every time you have a new post. Glad I stumbled accross it!