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Lexington’s New Restaurant News: Summer 2013

House Food and Wine has opened across the street from Soundbar and Hanna’s on Lime, near the corner of High and Limestone. The 1900s house has been lovingly restored (with front porch and fireplaces intact), and the small adjacent patio […]

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Front Porch Friday

Photos: Front Porch Friday 2013

Ace Weekly, Albert Architecture, and Rebecca Burnworth hosted a First Day of Summer Gallery Hop Barbecue to open 2013's Front Porch Friday season on June 21  at Shelby

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Lexington’s Food Truck Pilot Program Passes. Unanimously.

Lexington's proposed food truck pilot program received an amended first and second reading at tonight's meeting of the Lexington Urban County Council, and was passed unanimously, to applause

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Summer 2013: Brought to You By Bourbon

by Tim Knittel A good thing just keeps getting better – and offers more for locals in Kentucky. Way back in 1999, the Kentucky Distillers' Association launched the The Kentucky Bourbon

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Brewer Bonanza: Craft Beer Week in Lexington 2013

BY CHRIS CAMPBELL Here’s an outlandish scenario for you.  It’s Saturday.  You wake up, eat breakfast and tell your significant other (or roommate, cat, xBox360 etc) that you’re going

A life-size wax UK wildcat sculpted by Scott Kohn, a founding chef at the UK butcher shop.

Meat: It’s What’s for Dinner at new University of Kentucky butcher shop

BY RYAN WINSTEAD Farm to Campus to Table: UK Agriculture and Dining Services Work Together to Form 'The Butcher Shop' It's not true that nobody wants to see how

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Lexington’s Alfalfa Restaurant to turn 40

When Alfalfa first opened its doors in Lexington 40 years ago, in 1973,  at the height of the Moosewood era, it was with a "limited menu." In fact, the

Opening Day 2013 Lexington Farmers Market

Lexington Farmers Market Opening Day 2013: Mushrooms

Chef Tom’s Food and Cooking Column appears on page 13 of the Ace Weekly print edition. Text and Photos by Chef Tom. BY TOM YATES Tulips, daffodils, horse racing, and

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Wes Berry hits Kentucky’s Barbecue Trail in new book.

excerpted from the bluegrass region section of Wes Berry's The Kentucky Barbecue Book, University Press of Kentucky (excerpt also appears on pages 12 and 13 of the April

Wilderness Trail's production still, "a custom designed and built 180 gallon Pot Still from Vendome Copper works located in Kentucky."

Kentucky’s Next Craft Distillery: Wilderness Trace in Danville

BY TIM KNITTEL Did you miss it? I almost did and I follow bourbon news as a profession. Danville is getting a new distillery. This in a town that was



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