Extra: Lost Art Press Storefront Open this Sunday

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As a favor to the Early American Industries Association (EAIA), we’re opening the Lost Art Press storefront in Covington, Ky., this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The EAIA is holding its annual meeting this week at the Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill in Harrodsburg, Ky. I wish I could be there, but I have books to edit (more on our progress this weekend). On Sunday, members will be driving home, and so we are opening the storefront for the curious.

If you are also curious, you are welcome to stop by as well. I’m working on a Danish Modern chest of drawers in some incredible curly oak and will have that on the bench – not to mention all our books, T-shirts, posters, stickers and a few leftover tins of Katy’s soft wax.

The storefront is at 837 Willard St., Covington, KY 41017.

If you are looking for a reason to tempt your spouse to make the trip, dangle Otto’s brunch before them. The Benedict Otto’s with a side of goetta is something I dream about. Get there early – it fills up. If you get closed out there, try the brunch across the street at Main Bite. Or at Keystone a few blocks away.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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8 Responses to Extra: Lost Art Press Storefront Open this Sunday

  1. Yup! Can definitely second the remark on Otto’s – also their crab cakes absolutely hits the spot 😊 – have fun!

  2. colsdave says:

    “If you are looking for a reason to tempt your spouse to make the trip, dangle Otto’s brunch before them.”
    Are you expecting Seldom Seen Smith to visit?

  3. My wife would agree. Otto’s was amazing and the goetta is amazing.

  4. dnramirez says:

    Your place looks great! Wish I could be there for the opening. BTW what finish did you use on the floors?

  5. rushbycraig says:

    I hope you’ll share some posts about your Danish Modern project. I’ve been thinking about building something similar at the request of my daughter.

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