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Old Chicago was established in 1976 in Boulder, Colorado and three decades later they're still serving their famous made from scratch pizza, pasta, and ice cold beer. Trends come and go but quality endures. That quality is in Old Chicago's hospitality, food, and even in their beer. It's what Old Chicago is all about. Give them a visit at their Lexington location in Hamburg Pavilion for a great meal.
Gallery St. George is a sporting art gallery that features the art of Dr. Regina Raab. Located in quaint downtown Paris, KY, it is a treasure in the heart of horse country. Visit to see Regina’s work, peruse the gallery, and enjoy the sculpture courtyard garden. Pick your favorite piece of art and buy directly from the artist. Commissions welcome.
Step into a different world filled with culinary delight! Shakespeare and Co. offers a wide selection of International cuisine and comfort foods. The restaurant provides a cozy, chic ambiance reminiscent of Victorian elegance. The eclectic menu covers all-day- breakfast, pizza, pasta, international salads, the freshest cuts of beef, fish and vegetarian dishes.Happy Hour Mon-Fri 4-7 and 10-close.
At the heart of downtown Lexington since the 1880's. In 1985 a modern renovation brought the shops and restaurants under one roof. The Square offers visitors an exciting and original mix of shopping, galleries, restaurants, bars and even a theater and museum for kids. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings and the home of the Lexington Visitors Bureau. A must visit while in Lexington.
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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