September’s greatest hits in Louisville, KY

See which stories, links + posts you liked the most.

Rotating image of three photos: one of fried pork on a decorative plate, one of a bakery storefront + one of a building with red paint dripping down the front.

Pork schnitzel, a horror-themed bookstore, and bakery closing topped the charts.

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Before we fully creep into the spooky season, we wanted to take one last look at September through the lens of the stories + social media content you loved the most. Spoiler alert: bloody buildings, bourbon-themed stays, and German food were a few of your favorite things.

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Breadworks closing in Louisville, KY

It was an announcement we weren’t bready for, but the fact this story was No.1 for September proves how much it was loved.

Where to eat schnitzel in Louisville

This mini-guide on the best spots to grab a schnitzel — to help kick-off Oktoberfest — showed how much Louisvillians love a fried pork cutlet.

New horror-themed bookstore coming to Louisville, KY

We thought y’all might want to know the story behind a building that seemingly started to bleed overnight, and sure enough, Derby City wanted to get to know Butcher Cabin Books — which opens on Fri., Oct. 14.

Germantown Oktoberfest 2022

Turns you — all 463 of you — were interested in checking out the annual Oktoberfest celebration that took place on Fri., Sept. 16.

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Looks like 312 of you have an eye (or at least an interested eye) in design since you all clicked to see this unique window of an apartment above the Old Spaghetti Factory.

NuLu Downtown Bourbon Loft

Speaking of design — 204 readers also wanted to see what it might look like to sleep inside a glass of bourbon.

Top Instagram post:

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Butcher Cabin Books is set to open on Fri., Oct. 14.

Photo by LOUtoday

For September, our top post was of Butcher Cabin Books. Also our third story for the month, we think it’s safe to say you’re ready for some horror-themed books.

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