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Windy Corner Market- A Hidden Gem >>

Posted On July 13th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

Choosing the next restaurant for Foodie Friday is always quite the task, with a bounty of scrumptious options in Lexington to choose from. But when broker, Judy Craft (Judge Judy as we call her) suggested Windy Corner Market, the jury wasn’t out for long until a verdict was made: Windy Corner it is! Surrounded by the scenery of horse country, the Windy Corner Market perfectly captures the essence of Lexington….

10 Patriotic Treats to Add Sparks to Your 4th of July >>

Posted On June 30th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

Independence Day is right around the corner, which means Fourth of July festivities across the country will be exploding with dazzling fireworks and roasting with wholesome barbecue. But if you’re looking to set your celebration apart as the best on the block, there’s no need to resort to buying the most expensive fireworks or having the most festive décor. You can look no further than serving some of these particularly…

Béarnaise on French Fries? Yes, please! >>

Posted On May 26th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

The last time I had an ample helping of béarnaise sauce was on a piece of red meat. I’ve always been a huge fan of the delicious, buttery sauce, so when I saw the Béarnaise Truffle Fries on Carson’s menu, it took only seconds for me to decide on the location of our next Foodie Friday lunch. We chose Anne Hart Cornett to be our special guest because she’s so…

Corto Lima – Best Chips & Guac EVER >>

Posted On May 12th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

It was a Friday morning—Cinco de Mayo to be exact—and we were on the hunt for the perfect lunch spot. While flipping through the latest Tops in Lex magazine, we came across the “New in Town” article featuring 5 local restaurants. Corto Lima was the first to catch our eye showing a picture of what can only be described as pure bliss in a taco shell. Even though it’s a…

4 Local Staycation Ideas in Lexington, KY >>

Posted On March 14th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

Planning a Staycation? We’ve got you covered!! Spring Break is right around the corner in Central Kentucky! You may be looking for some local activities that the entire family will enjoy. We’ve uncovered some local treasures that will appeal to a wide variety of interests.  Below you will find four different activities to keep your family entertained all week long! Tea Tuesdays at Waveland Museum Looking for something fun, unique…

8 Best Places to Watch the Big Game >>

Posted On March 6th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

In our hometown of Lexington, KY, March Madness is a BIG DEAL. Whether you root for the Wildcats or your alma mater, it seems as if the whole town stops when the tournament starts. It’s exciting to be out and about during these games as the energy around town is absolutely insane! To help make your decision of where to watch the big game easier, we’ve rounded up our 8…

Top 5 Places to Celebrate Fat Tuesday in Lexington >>

Posted On February 27th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

Ever wonder what you were celebrating when you attend Fat Tuesday parties? Mardi Gras which is French for “Fat Tuesday” is the last day of a season called “Carnival.” This season is characterized by merrymaking, feasting and dancing and features parades, masquerades, and tons of great food! Lexington has a ton of must see Fat Tuesday parties happening on February 28th! Here are the top five Fat Tuesday parties in Lexington. Now…

Top 3 New Breweries in Lexington >>

Posted On February 22nd, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

One scene that is really exploding in Lexington is the craft beer scene. It seems like every other week, there’s a new craft brewery popping up – but hey – we’re definitely not complaining! We’ve rounded out our top 3 new breweries in Lexington for you to go check out! Rock House Brewing 119 Luigart Court Lexington, KY Rock House Brewing started as a collection of home brewers and craft beer lovers…

4 of the Most Unique Places to Propose in Central Kentucky >>

Posted On February 6th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day in a couple weeks, we’re listing some unique places in Central Kentucky to propose. We’ve all seen the proposal photos and videos from common places like Triangle Park and during halftime of a Kentucky basketball game, but we want to talk about the places that take you off the beaten path – sometimes quite literally! 1. Natural Bridge at Red River Gorge – The Natural Bridge combines…

10 Reasons Why For-Sale-By-Owners Fail >>

Posted On January 30th, 2017 by Emily Cvengros | Comments Closed

Homeowners trying to sell their homes on their own — for-sale-by-owners (FSBOs) — are driven by several reasons. Although most of them want to save money that they would have otherwise spent on real estate commissions, a few others take the FSBO route because they feel they don’t need a professional to sell their home. Whatever the reason for attempting to sell solo might be, data from a National Association…

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