Kaelin's in Louisville, Kentucky, known as the "birthplace of the cheeseburger," has closed, in part due to low sales and real estate problems. The restaurant was established in 1934, but was sold in 2004 to no longer be run by the original family. While they say they're closed for remodeling, there is currently no set plan for reopening. [Tip o' the hat to Michael Makis]
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