Lady Tron’s has reopened in downtown New Albany
In all of metro Louisville, there is nothing quite like Lady Tron’s. The eclectic diner opened in January, 2017 at 147 E. Market St. in downtown New Albany at 47, and like so many other restaurants hereabouts, it remained closed for a long period during the pandemic. The reopening came at last this week.  Lady Tron’s describes itself:  “Lady Tron’s is a quirky soup and sandwich shop with a retro outer space vibe! We have a hip atmosphere and also specialize in speedy carry out orders.” One specialty of the house is a delightfully old-school daily handwritten menu posted for the benefit of passers-by (and reposted on-line). Tuesday’s is shown above, but be advised that it changes constantly. By the way, some readers might recall the present-day Lady Tron’s site a bit differently. Photo credit: News and Tribune The Little Chef’s half-century run ended in 2011. In 2019 Marc Andry of the Horizon, the student newspaper at...Read more