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Blue Stallion Brewing to distribute Oktoberfest beer.

Lexington Restaurant News: Sep 10, 2014. Blue Stallion Oktoberfest; Tanks to Table; Cheesecake Factory

The annual Oktoberfest celebration at Blue Stallion Brewing Co. kicks off on Friday September 19th. Then on Monday September 22nd, their Oktoberfest beer will be available in bars and restaurants around Lexington. Oktoberfest is a traditional seasonal lager known for […]

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Best Bites: Cook-Out opens in Lexington; the Jefferson Street Soiree

North Carolina fast-food hamburger chain restaurant Cook-Out has opened on South Broadway, at the former site of Stanley Demos’ Coach House and most recently, Casanova. The menu includes

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Bluegrass Area Fall Festivals 2014

Looking for somewhere to get away over the weekend? Somewhere far away, but not too far away? We present to you our “fall harvest” of Fall Festivals in

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PHOTOS: Woodland Art Fair 2014

It's that time of the year again: the annual Woodland Art Fair is this weekend August 16-17, 2014. As any loyal Ace reader will know, the Woodland Art Fair

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Lexington Distillery District’s newest entries: a sneak peek

Lexington residents got their first glimpse of renovations taking place in the old James E. Pepper distillery on Manchester Street on Tuesday, August 12. The event showcased Mark Jensen’s

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Lexington’s 6th Annual Fest of Ales Caps Off a Month of Beer

By Chris Campbell Six years ago, Lexington's first modern day beer festival ushered in a new chapter in our city's quest to quench its thirst. The brainchild of then-president

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All the News Fit to Drink: Lexington’s August 2014 Beer Calendar

By Atanas Golev Those of you who are over-21 can turn your August into Beergust with our compilation of this month's beer-centered events. Weekly Events: If you need your growler refilled,

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Lexington Adjacent: Paris (KY) Grows Up

By Patrick O’Dowd Growing up in Paris, everyone joked about how parking your truck behind the McDonalds was the height of entertainment. Well, that, and wandering around Wal-Mart. To say

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Lexington Restaurant News: Aug 4, 2014

Tony's Steak and Seafood (of Cincinnati) has announced plans to open a two-level fine dining restaurant in what was formerly known as Victorian Square. West Virginia-based chain Pies and

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FOOD: Got Tomatoes? Roast Them

By Tom Yates Now that our larger heirlooms tomatoes have started to ripen and come in, our bounty of cherry and grape varieties have started to stock pile. Last night,



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