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.
Hard work pays off. Just ask Tee Dee Young.
Thanks to one Lexington bar, you can now party like it’s 1989. In May, The Burl opened up The Burl Arcade, bringing dozens of vintage arcade nostalgia games to its compound in the city’s booming Distillery District.
Wanting to visit New Orleans but haven’t yet? Thanks to a trio of Lexington restaurateurs, you can get a taste of Bourbon Street on Short Street in Lexington.