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  • And it lies near what used to be called Butchertown, an area with agricultural and then industrial roots.

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  • Just east of downtown, in NuLu New Louisville and Butchertown, boutiques, galleries and cafés are hanging fresh "open" signs.

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  • The Blind Pig: At this Butchertown gastro-pub, wash down a four-course meal—all things pork—with a Bacon Manhattan. theblindpiglouisville.com

    Days at the Races

  • On one side the windows opened on Twelfth Street, on the other lay a beautiful garden extending quite to the edge of "Shokoe Hill," which overlooked the classic valley of "Butchertown," through the midst of which ran

    Memories A Record of Personal Experience and Adventure During Four Years of War

  • Here was a man, a protector, something to lean against, of whom even the Butchertown toughs were afraid as soon as his name was mentioned.

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  • She remembered the Butchertown tough in the dining-room at Weasel Park who had come over to the table to apologize, and the Irishman at the tug-of-war who had abandoned all thought of fighting with him the moment he learned his identity.

    Chapter 7

  • On one side the windows opened on Twelfth Street, on the other lay a beautiful garden extending quite to the edge of “Shokoe Hill,” which overlooked the classic valley of “Butchertown,” through the midst of which ran “Shokoe Creek.”

    Memories

  • Original owner Jordan, "the mayor of Butchertown," was a powerhouse in city politics.

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  • Main St., where the Butchertown and Phoenix Hill neighborhoods meet.

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  • Butchertown Pointe will supply utilities, desks and chairs, and Internet access.

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