Regular customers Pam Patenaude and Jerry Patenaude shared a laugh with server Brandon Smalley at deSha's on Saturday when the restaurant closed after 28 years. The couple from Louisville had a ritual of having a pre-game meal at DeSha's before every Kentucky home game.
Regular customers Pam Patenaude and Jerry Patenaude shared a laugh with server Brandon Smalley at deSha's on Saturday when the restaurant closed after 28 years. The couple from Louisville had a ritual of having a pre-game meal at DeSha's before every Kentucky home game. Herald-Leader
Regular customers Pam Patenaude and Jerry Patenaude shared a laugh with server Brandon Smalley at deSha's on Saturday when the restaurant closed after 28 years. The couple from Louisville had a ritual of having a pre-game meal at DeSha's before every Kentucky home game. Herald-Leader

It's closing time for deSha's restaurant in downtown Lexington

December 28, 2013 04:43 PM

UPDATED December 28, 2013 11:10 PM

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