Here are some more pictures from our foray to Jeffersonville, Indiana.
We were headed to Schimpff’s. That Coca-Cola sign was the glow of the Holy Grail.
So we wandered disconsolately onward and came to O’Shea’s. But the door didn’t say O’Shea’s.
H. Monroe Frank
Mr. Frank built this two story Victorian and opened Frank’s Dry Goods Store in 1897. Mr. Frank is pictured standing proudly in front of his store; he and his family lived on the second floor. We’re proud to pay homage to Mr. Frank, and hopefully we’ve restored this beautiful building to Mr. Frank’s liking.
Pretty cool, eh?
Oh, here’s the interior. Because Guinness.
But, on the other hand, I did have a half-order of fish and chips.
And I wandered around snapping doors. I don’t know if they found these doors in the building, or if they got them from an architectural salvage company or what, but I loved them.
Door to the back of the bar.
This has been part of Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors link-up. Go check out his blog and click on the blue link to find other Thursday Doors posts.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character drinks alcohol during a business lunch.