PADUCAH, KY – Max’s Brick Oven Cafe is an upscale eatery, with Executive Chef Lisa Murphy-Jones at the helm, located on Market Square in beautiful downtown Paducah, KY.
The menu features assorted pastas, thin-crust pizza, grilled steak, brick oven salmon, Greek Chicken and so much more. The dessert menu is created in-house known to satisfy even the most sophisticated palates.
Mon – Thur: 5 to 10PM
Fri – Sat: 5 to 11PM
PADUCAH, KY – Johnson Bar & Apartments will going into the the old Fabric Shop building at 133 3rd St. & Kentucky Ave. in downtown Paducah, KY.
The residential units will be on the second floor and the The Johnson Bar will be located on ground level.
There are more ghost signs on this particular building than any other building in downtown Paducah.
Below is a list of historic ads, known as ghost signs, barely visible on the south side of the building that runs along Kentucky Avenue.
1. “L.E. Girardey & Co. Pianos”
2. “The Woman’s Tonic”
3. Smoking Tobacco” with two unknown and mysterious bullseye logos underneath
4. CARDUI. Manufactured by the Chattanooga Medicine Company, Cardui (sometimes called Wine of Cardui)
♦ Read the detailed history about these ghost signs on Facebook
PADUCAH, KY – A future two-story mixed use building partially collapsed early Sunday morning (Feb 25, 2018) at the corner of 3rd Street and Kentucky Avenue in downtown Paducah, KY.
MP Lawson was contracted to take the front of the building down that will take place during the week. The intersection will remain closed today and will reopen tomorrow on Feb 26, 2018.
The Johnson Bar & Apartments (coming soon)
133 S. 3rd Street
Paducah, KY 42001
Paducah Ambassadors greet with smiles and warm hearts at American Queen departure
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PADUCAH, KY – The Paducah Ambassadors are a wonderful group of volunteers that donate their time and energy to make visitors and residents alike feel welcome at events, river cruise arrivals and departures, ground breakings and much much more.
They are known as the Red Coats. And with a smile and a warm heart, they will answer any questions you may have about Paducah.
Today a small group of Red Coats were at the departure of the American Queen interacting with everyone that passed by.
The temperature was around 93 degrees but that didn’t stop them from cordially talking to visitors and residence like us that are new to the city.
When the American Queen departed from the banks, the Red Coats started waving. Their cheerful, audible goodbyes along with big waving gestures were contagious, prompting others to joined in on the celebration as well.
We wanted thank you, Paducah Ambassadors, for your warm greeting. You truly blessed our hearts.
PADUCAH, KY – The fireworks finale was spectacular that took place during LIVE on the RIVER 2017 Independence Day Celebration on July 4 along the banks of the Ohio River in Downtown Paducah, KY.
→ Location Provided by: Sue Clark of Fox Briar Inn At RiverPlace
→ Fireworks Provided by: Arthur Rozzi Pyrotechnics
→ Barge provided by: Pine Bluff Materials
→ Tugboat provided by: Ingram Barge Company
→ Safety provided by: Paducah Fire Dept., Paducah Police Dept. and the U.S. Coast Guard
I wanted to personally thank Sue Clark of Fox Briar Inn for making this video possible. And thank you Kyle for the water. It was much appreciated. I had such a wonderful time.