If the walls of The Green Lantern bar could talk, they’d surely have quite a story to tell.
Once a storage area for a furniture store, a downtown Lexington building has been reinvented in the last two years, and the results are making waves not just across the commonwealth but across the country.
When storied northside watering hole Al’s Bar went up for sale in late 2018 everyone was caught off guard, none more than business partners and northside natives Tim Small, Seth Brewer and Brian Surbaugh.
How much bourbon is too much bourbon? The answer is “never enough” at one Lexington bar, which has amassed a staggering collection of 916 bourbons (and counting.)
A former wash and break room for workers of the original James E. Pepper Distillery continues to offer workers a getaway from the stresses of the workplace nearly a century after being built, albeit in a different fashion.
What’s it like watching years of hard work literally go up in flames? Just ask Justin Thompson, who had to watch just that when Belle’s Cocktail House, the rustic downtown Lexington bar with a rooftop view he co-owns, went up in flames on the morning of Aug, 24, 2018.
What happens when two lawyers, the president of a construction company, the director of sales for the largest North American Thoroughbred breeding operation and the partner of a sports marketing agency walk into a bar?
Much has changed around Lexington, particularly the University of Kentucky campus, since the early 1980s. However, through all the changes Lynagh’s Irish Pub has always persevered, providing patrons a stool to sit on, a refreshing beer to sip on and a mouth-watering O’Round burger to munch on.
In July 2018, My Old Kentucky Foam, a family-friendly craft brewery, restaurant and community gathering hub opened on Main Street in downtown Georgetown.
On the outside, The Twisted Cork looks like a run-of-the-mill liquor shop, but open it’s doors and you’ll quickly see that it’s anything but.