NOW OPEN: If you can’t stop, please wave. If you can stop, get some coffee! Kaelin’s Coffeehouse opened in late February at 1801 Newburg Road next to Mulligan’s Pub (the old Kaelin’s Restaurant). • Yet another Heine Brothers’ Coffee location has sprouted! Heine Brothers Northfield (formerly Vint), 4901 Brownsboro Road, near I-264, opened in mid-February. • Earth Friends Cafe, 829 E. Market St., also opened in mid-February. The vegetarian- and vegan-friendly restaurant also has a location in New Albany at 180 W. Spring St. • The Gardiner Lane Borders site finally has a tenant: Party Mart added its fourth location at 3050 Bardstown Road in mid-February. • Open since September 2012 is clothing shop Tribe, at 2003 Bonnycastle Ave. selling its own branded line of apparel, prints and hard goods. • Next door, at 2005 Bonnycastle Ave., The Hanger, a custom dressmaking shop, also opened in September.

COMING SOON: That big construction pile that was once Ray’s Monkey House eventually will be a Big Burger restaurant. The location, at 1578 Bardstown Road, was home to Twice Told Books before Ray’s. The completion date is unknown. • Havana Rumba Express & Tapas Bar is moving into the Douglass Loop space at 2210 Bardstown Road formerly occupied by Desserts by Helen and Fat Jimmy’s Pizza. The concept, based on the flagship Havana Rumba at 4115 Oechsli Ave., is a combination Cuban cuisine-Spanish tapas restaurant; completion date, unknown.

NEW LOOKS, MOVES AND MORE: After a two-month-long renovation, the Graeter’s at Douglass Loop reopened in mid-February at 2204 Bardstown Road with a sleek new look and layout, including a wall featuring work from local artists. • The Highlands North End Cafe, at 2116 Bardstown Road, has a 20-seat patio under construction, with a view to a spring opening. • Highland Morning, 1416 Bardstown Road, will expand its seating and kitchen into the next-door space come late spring. The current tenant at 1414, Ultra Pop!, will move to 960 Barret Avenue. • Homebrewers’ heaven My Old Kentucky Homebrew moved from Butchertown to bigger digs at 361 Baxter Ave. in January. • Urban Attic, 1608 Bardstown Road, now offers alterations (for an additional charge) by seamstress Kate Larive on any garment purchased at the shop or elsewhere.

CLOSING TIME: Landmark music store Guitar Emporium, 1610 Bardstown Road, was scheduled to close March 9, but the  owners have stated they are trying to sell the business. • Pinotti’s Flower Market, 2120 Bardstown Road, closed in late February. • Coco’s Chocolate Cafe, 1759 Bardstown Road, closed in late December. • City Cafe closed its Mid City Mall location, 1250 Bardstown Road, at the end of November.

BUSINESS OWNERS: Do you have a tip about your establishment making a change? Email the details to Eve Lee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with BUSINESS in the subject line.