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Capitol Street

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Capitol Street

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CRLsrating wrote a review Sep 2020
552 contributions105 helpful votes
I like the tents and outdoor seating that was made available for the different shops and eateries on this street. Was definitely a good place to walk around.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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bcasey1 wrote a review Aug 2020
Plant City, Florida1,625 contributions208 helpful votes
We stopped here to eat, and it was difficult to find an open restaurant. The street was relatively empty, stores closed, etc. Expected during this pandemic, but it was still pretty. Nice buildings, tree lined street. We will have to try thus again in the future
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Flipper1954 wrote a review Jul 2020
Ellsworth, Kansas236 contributions82 helpful votes
Shops, cafes, bars....yes, some closed from this covid mess, but still a great place with traffic blocked for only pedistrian traffic. Charming area!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sightsee200237 wrote a review Nov 2019
11 contributions1 helpful vote
Charming Capitol Street! We visited in the evening and look forward to coming back during the daytime as well. It was more populated than we expected on a chilly Fall night. Our favorite was Taylor's Bookstore and Ellen's Ice cream. Pretty street for a stroll anytime of day.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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jgbtravels wrote a review Oct 2019
Louisville, Kentucky2,184 contributions315 helpful votes
We love the architecture and feel of Capitol Street. It has such character that suburban shopping areas lack. There’s Pies and Pints, Ellen’s Ice cream, Taylor Books and coffee plus a number of other options as you stroll down this historic street. For those of us who miss that downtown shopping feel of the past this is a must.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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