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Spalding’s Donuts on Serious Eats

Serious Eats Sweets has some nice things to say about Lexington’s Spalding’s Donuts today. (Note that their URL reads Lexington KY crunchy lard fried donuts from Spalding’s — though the report discloses that they are currently fried in soybean oil…which […]

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Lexington Restaurants Change Owners: Wine Market, Thai Orchid Cafe

Two Lexington restaurants have changed ownership. Husband-wife team Krim Boughalem and Andrea Sims have sold Wine + Market to former employee Renee Brewer who took ownership last week. 

Table 310 Desserts in Food and Wine Magazine

Parks' Pic of F&W page, featuring her pot de creme, by Sideshow Photo Pick up the November edition of Food and Wine Magazine for a glimpse of Table 310's

New Tolly Ho opens: Same as it ever was

There's a new Ho in town. The relocated Tolly Ho restaurant, now at 606 S. Broadway in the building that formerly housed Hart's Dry Cleaning, opened its doors this

Nick Ryan’s Saloon opens on Jefferson

story and photosby Tom Yates The Jefferson Street dining corridor has welcomed a new option to its expanding dining and bar scene with the opening of Nick Ryan's

ReVisiting Columbia’s (Voted Best Veteran Restaurant)

Reprinted from Ace, June 2010Columbia's was voted Best Veteran Restaurant in the 2010 Ace Best of Lexington Readers' Poll. Profile, BY TOM YATESDancin’ at church, Long Island

Azur Takes Win at Kentucky Bourbon Festival

Azur Restaurant, voted Best Dinner in the $100 category, in the Ace Best of Lexington Readers' Poll, reports another win at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival this week

"Best Local Chef" Jonathan Lundy hosts Pappy Van Winkle dinner

Jonathan Lundy has been voted Best Local Chef by Ace Readers in the annual Ace Best of Lexington Readers' Poll 2010. This evening, September 16, Jonathan at

Cooking with Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale

Here's a photo Ace snapped of Chef Jeremy Ashby and Chef Jonathan Lundy at the Incredible Food Show last Fall. Azur's Chef Jeremy Ashby will represent Kentucky

Day Tripping to Midway: Holy Hill Inn, Heirloom, and more

BY DAVE OVERTON With the economy in the dumper, many people have put vacation plans on hold. That doesn't mean they don't need to get away for a little



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