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Where to Eat Mother’s Day Brunch in Lexington

A selected sampling of Mother’s Day 2014 Brunch Options in Lexington. Mother’s Day is Sunday May 11, 2014 Alfalfa’s 9-2 Regular Brunch with Mother’s Day Specials. a la lucie at 159 N. Limestone, brunch 11 am to 3 pm. Sea […]

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Middle Fork Kitchen Bar: Lexington Food-Trucker Meets Kickstarter Goal For Distillery District Restaurant

The Lexington food-scene is about to get even better. This week, Mark Jensen and his crew from the well loved Fork in the Road Mobile Galley hit their $20,000

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Lexington’s New Restaurant News: Spring 2014

Wild Eggs has opened in the Palomar Center and offers items like a Frito Bandito Frittata, and other contemporary twists on typical breakfast, brunch and lunch fare.  It's

Original Ramsey’s location to close at High and Woodland

Owner Rob Ramsey opened Lexington's first Ramsey's, at the corner of High and Woodland Avenue, in the spring of 1989. That location spun off a Missy's Pies next

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Lexington gets second shot at downtown grocery: Shorty’s is back

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Brown’s Bakery of Lexington to close

On New Year's Eve 2013, Lexington's Brown's Bakery owner, James Brown, will close the oven doors at his Versailles Road location for the last time. In the bakery's

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New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day Bar and Restaurant Guide for Lexington

If you have a Lexington, Kentucky New Year’s Eve or New Year's Day Event, post it to the Ace Calendar and share it with thousands of Ace’s Lexington

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Bars and Restaurants open and closed for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day in Lexington

What bars and restaurants are open (and closed) on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2013 in Lexington, Kentucky? — a highly selective alphabetical sampling. 815 Restaurant Midway Christmas Eve

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The Sustainability of Craft Brew in Lexington

Too Much Beer? The sustainability of craft brew BY ANDREW WYLLIE One of the hardest things about moving to Lexington from Seattle ten years ago was brewpub withdrawal. There were

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Craft and the Common Man: Sterling Beer is Back

The Story of Sterling The ‘Beer of the South’ is back, thanks to two Kentucky brothers BY CHRIS CAMPBELL The recent craft beer boom has been driven largely in part



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