These Before-And-After Photos Show How Louisville Restaurants Have Changed In The Last 15 Years

There’s two things Louisville loves most: Food and nostalgia. We’ve put together something that will hit you in the stomach and heart. 

Check out these pictures showing what Louisville’s restaurants looked like 15 years ago versus how they look now. 

All photos via Google Street View.

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These Before-And-After Photos Show How Louisville Restaurants Have Changed In The Last 15 Years
 Then- 2007 
Abandoned buildings 
123 W. Main St.

Then- 2007

Abandoned buildings
123 W. Main St.
 Now 
Doc Crow’s Southern Smokehouse and Raw Bar, Patrick O’Shea’s Irish Pub 
123 W. Main St.

Now

Doc Crow’s Southern Smokehouse and Raw Bar, Patrick O’Shea’s Irish Pub
123 W. Main St.
 Then- 2007 
725 E. Market St.

Then- 2007

725 E. Market St.
 Now 
La Bodeguita de Mima 
725 E. Market St.

Now

La Bodeguita de Mima
725 E. Market St.
 Then- 2007 
1001 E. Washington St.

Then- 2007

1001 E. Washington St.
 Now 
Naive 
1001 E. Washington St.

Now

Naive
1001 E. Washington St.
 Then- 2007 
Auto service garage  
700 E. Market St.

Then- 2007

Auto service garage
700 E. Market St.
 Now 
Garage Bar 
700 E. Market St.

Now

Garage Bar
700 E. Market St.
 Then- 2007 
Eagle Sign and Design  
901 E. Liberty St.

Then- 2007

Eagle Sign and Design
901 E. Liberty St.
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