Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
1620 Leisure Way
Clarksville, IN 47129
Phone: (812) 283-9696
Fax: (812) 283-9697
A wide range of fine original art and limited editions by some of the most renowned African American artists in the world are displayed at this fine art gallery that also carries a great selection of sculptures and books. Custom framing services are available.
PYRO Gallery is a co-operative gallery representing many established artists from the area. PYRO has examples of fine art from fiber to photography and all other categories in between. Hours are Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. or by appointment.
Steelskin Studio is a joint venture between Samantha Griffith and Jen Pellerin. They are designers, fabricators and artists combined. Since 2001, they have been fabricating furniture and sculpture for use indoors and out.
The multi-dimensional Glassworks is a gallery, workshop, studio, gift shop, and event venue all rolled into one. Come watch glassmakers transform globs of melted glass into exquisite pieces of art. Those eager to learn the trade themselves can take classes or visit the Walk-In Workshop. Glassworks also hosts birthday parties, and is available to rent for group functions (event planners even have the option of renting glass-making demonstrations during their function).
Geo. M. Krekel Jewelers offers a personalized shopping experience and has been operating in Louisville since 1948. They are family owned and operated and offer jewelry, repairs, sizings and cleanings.
The Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center is home to over 200 artist studios, specialty shops, galleries, teaching studios, office spaces, rehearsal spaces and more. They host many special events. They also have cafes, fitness and three events rooms.
Isn't it a shame that some beautiful dishes never get used? Never intended for holding a scoop of mashed potatoes or slice of meatloaf, they sit for years atop a sideboard, gathering dust, or hang in little metal hooks specifically designed to support plates no one uses. The Hadley Pottery Company blurs the boundaries between aesthetic and practical with its renown pottery that can indeed be used for food and drinks. In 1940, artist Mary Alice Hadley began the stoneware line that soon developed into a worldwide pottery sensation. Today, her original designs are still used, and thanks to the process of "underglaze decoration," are highly durable.
Fourth Street Live is one of the main attractions for nightlife and dinner in downtown Louisville. Its a mega-entertainment area that primarily features restaurants and bars all under one roof. The dining options run the gamut, from Brazilian BBQ at Brazeiros to American fare at Gordon Biersch Brewery, there is usually something for everyone. Club options are also varied, from the hip Marquee Bar to Country Western camaraderie at PBR Louisville, all crowds are welcome.
Joe Ley's is a fixture in the New Louisville (NuLu) area. With more than 30 years at this address, Joe sells all types of merchandise, from housewares and antiques to more contemporary finds like music, art and other items. Another attraction is the building itself, it's housed in an old schoolhouse that still retains plenty of its late 19th-century charm.
Muth's Candies' legacy of traditional candy-making has been passed down since its opening in 1921. Today they produce mouth-watering creations like chocolates, caramels, creams, dipped pretzels, chocolate jellies, turtles, bourbons, and Modjeskas (caramel and marshmallow), in addition to one-of-a-kind Louisville favorites like Kentucky Derby chocolate medallions and chocolate-bourbon horseshoe gift bags. Muth's is a great place to find unique and delicious gifts for any occasion.
Butchertown Market is housed inside a building that dates back to 1890, and its huge retail space draws tons of locals as well as tourists almost every day of the year. The shops inside include Work the Metal for home decor, Cellar Door Chocolates which showcases the splendor of cacao, Moss Hill Bath & Body to pamper yourself and finally Bourbon Barrell Foods, where all the products have a touch of that hometown bourbon. All of the shops have eclectic gifts that are one-of-a-kind and most will hardly be found outside of Louisville.
Chocolate creation is a well-received art form anywhere it's practiced around the world. In Louisville, Cellar Door is the place where master confectioners conduct their craft. Every item comes from a small batch in order to ensure its freshness as well as to continually keep the innovative chocolatiers on their toes. With each delicious item, owner Erika-Chavez Graziano makes sure that each guest receives something that is unique and one-of-a-kind, both in flavor and appearance. Its location inside the massive Butchertown Market is another attraction itself and while you're here don't forget to check out Bourbon Barrell Foods to pair some bourbon-flavored sorghum, bitters or even sea-salt with your chocolate.