Southern Indiana Living

JUL-AUG 2018

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Jul/Aug 2018 • 25 available for purchase in the café. One featured artist is Cathy Hill- egas, who has won dozens of awards for her watercolors and is considered one of the top watercolorists in the country. In order to renovate the 1853 build- ing before opening the gallery and restau- rant, Café 157 was one of 17 properties awarded grant funding from Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb, and it was the only grant- awarded property in New Albany. The Historic Renovation Grant Pro- gram is aimed at preserving and reha- bilitating historic properties while further incentivizing downtown economic devel- opment. The renovations included paint- ing, refurbishing, replacing windows and "We focus on regional food — very healthy," she said. "My vision is what I eat at home — low nitrates, fresh organic greens" Linda Williams, Owner of Cafe 157 Pictured: (left hand page) Cafe 157 sits at the corner of Main Street and Bank Street in downtown New Albany. (this page, top left and bottom) Local artist's work are on display in the cafe, and are available for sale. (this page, top right) Sydney Woodward enjoys lunch with her friends Aleah and Antje Chow (not pictured).

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