Several Lawrenceburg businesses adapt to continue serving public

Except for those considered essential, most retail businesses in Kentucky have had to shut their doors to the public, due to concerns about the coronavirus.

You can’t walk in and shop anymore, but some Lawrenceburg businesses are still offering services through their websites or social media.

Here is a look at what some businesses in town are doing to continue serving you:

Art Alley & Frame Clinic – You can shop on their website –

Bauer’s Candies – You can shop on their website –

Chickadees – Check their Facebook page for inventory items and purchasing information

Cinnamons – You can order online or call them for delivery only –

Elements Clay Studio – Check their Facebook page for the latest “to go” pottery kits and also shop their merchandise on their Etsy page

Lover’s Leap Vineyards and Winery – No tastings, but they are still offering bottle sales. Check their website for available wines  and call ahead so they’ll have your selection ready for you

Myrtle and Me Boutique – offering curbside pickup. Check their Facebook page for details

Pure Radiance Salon and Spa – They are currently closed, but you can still purchase gift cards on their website

Rising Sons Home Farm Winery – They are offering curbside bottle sales. Check out their Facebook page for the latest information and call 502-600-0224 to place your order

Southern Prep Boutique by Chelsea – Check their Facebook page and website for latest merchandise and offers.

Splatter Inc. – Their retail area is closed, but orders and inquiries can be directed to 502-839-3113 or [email protected]

Sweet Mash – You can shop online on their website  and also message them on their Facebook page for curbside pickup

Sweet Mash

Tastefully Delicious – You can shop online on their website and also keep up with what they have to offer on their Facebook page

For restaurant options in Lawrenceburg, click here.