Highland Morning has expanded into the former Ultra Pop shop, having taken over its lease four weeks ago, Eater contributing photographer Whitney Harrod Morris reports. The renovated space debuted Saturday. The expansion added about 650 square feet to the Bardstown Road restaurant, doubling its seating capacity. Saturday and Sunday wait time, which had been about 25 to 45 minutes is now 10 to 15 minutes.
Also of importance to you, Highland Morning has applied for a liquor license, now that The Man has allowed boozy Sunday brunches.
A new mural by Noah Church on Highland Morning's interior wall showcases Hogan's Fountain, St. James Church and the cardinal. Also two portions of a connecting wall were knocked out and a divider wall was built between the kitchen and dining areas. A new refrigerator and prep space was added as well.
Highland Morning's owners are considering staying open late one or two nights a week as well.
·Louisville's Brunch Heatmap [~ELOU~]
·Get your breakfast favorites any time at Highland Morning [Louisville Courier-Journal]
[Photo: Whitney Harrod Morris]