News-Antique.com - Jun 11,2008 - Goss Avenue Antiques & Interiors, Louisville's newest antique and home furnishings marketplace will hold their Grand Opening June 14 and 15th.
Exciting news for design enthusiasts as the Booker building (formerly home of Louisville Antique Mall) re-opens boasting over 75,000 sq. ft. of antiques and home furnishings in this newly remodeled, circa 1880's Cotton Mill.
The building has a long history of being a top venue for antique dealers and customers alike, throughout the region.
Customers can now enjoy "Olivia's", the newly added cafe, where Chef Travis Hall, a rising star in Louisville's restaurant scene, offers an innovative and affordable menu with full table service.
Shawn Stucker, owner of "European Antique Market", Louisville's largest importer of French and Italian antiques will be the featured guest designer.
Stucker will display her French finds in a 45 ft. space which will feature a new designer bi-monthly.
For more information about "European Antique Market", visit their blog, Country French Antiques at
Be sure to visit Louisville's newest marketplace.
Have lunch at Olivia's, stroll the aisles, meet the dealers and register for door prizes while enjoying the ambiance of the 1880's Cotton Mill.