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Take a tour of this charming, locally owned and operated small batch distillery. Learn the process of making Oak Rum, Pure Blue Vodka and Devil John Moonshine from the still to the bottle. Enjoy a tasting after the tour (must be at least 21 or older), and browse the gift shop for original Kentucky products! Located in the barreling house of an old Lexington bourbon distillery in Downtown Lexington.
Mi Pequena Hacienda serves bold Mexican cuisine and refreshing margaritas. Try their traditional burritos and savory fajitas. Enjoy their superior service in their comfortable dining room or on their beautiful patio. The Mexican decor transports you straight to the heart of Mexico. Also at 110 Cynthia Dr., Brannon Crossing 859-309-3840; Mi Pequena Hacienda Express at 4101 Tates Creek Rd. 859-309-0725.
Historic South Hill District is a lively place and Sav's Grill is central! Just a five minute walk from downtown. Sav cooks up home cooking, West African style. He made Lexington his home after meeting his wife who was a Peace Corps volunteer in his home country of Guinea and has been presenting his taste of Africa to Lexington for eight years!
Happy Dragon offers over one-hundred and twenty items daily featuring fresh seafood, tender beef, various chicken and pork dishes, delicious soups, fresh salads, fruits and much more. You can also enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet and a bar area. There is something to please everyone. Carry out is also available with at least three items per take out order. Also, children under 3 years of age eat free!
The Blue Grass Stockyards is more than a stockyard. Today, it’s collectively called the Blue Grass Regional Marketplace, a place for farmers to share commerce, but also for the community to come and learn about the agriculture industry of Kentucky.
Renowned for its’ southern charm and quality dealers, the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation presents its 33rd Antiques & Garden Show March 2-4, 2018 in Lexington.
Situated entirely inside the old barrel house building of the former James E. Pepper distillery - hence the name - the Barrel House Distillery is one of the oldest modern craft distilleries, rapidly approaching its tenth year of operation.
Thank you for coming to share in the unique attractions of the Bluegrass. While you are here, we hope you are able to take time to see the beautiful natural wonders of the region and visit many of the local attractions and businesses that make this area of the Commonwealth so distinctive. Any season is the perfect time to visit the Bluegrass. The Bluegrass Region truly offers something for everyone - from the world-renowned Kentucky Artisan Center for those who are patrons of arts and crafts; distinctly Bluegrass food and beverages at many of our local eateries and along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail; to historically poignant sites such as Perryville Battlefield and Camp Nelson National Cemetery.
We invite you to experience the sights and sounds of this one-of-a-kind locale, where the charms and touches of rural life are met with excitement and energy of an ever-growing region.
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