Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 9:31:51 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / December 2, 2015Comment
Get ready for an onslaught of holiday posts, ladies and gentlemen! Around here, we are so excited that holiday season is upon us. And who can blame us? With all of the amazing things going on in and around Lexington, it's almost impossible to not get excited. We've compiled a list of all of the best things to do in Lexington this holiday season, so check it out and get to celebrating!
At the Spectacular Sights on Holiday Nights at the Kentucky Horse Park is a sight that cannot be missed. There you can see horses of light "race" in front of a cheering crowd, clear a steeplechase...
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Friday, August 1, 2014 at 8:46:48 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / August 1, 2014Comment
If you love world-wide events, golf, or both, then this part of the world is the place to be in August!
Yes, for the third time in its rather short history, the Valhalla Golf Club in eastern Jefferson County (about 50 minutes from Lexington) is hosting the PGA Championship. That means all eyes in the sport and golf world will be trained on Central Kentucky to see who wins 2014’s fourth and last major championship of the year. The world’s best golfers will compete over 4 days in Kentucky to see who will have their name added to the prized Wanamaker Trophy and grab a piece of golf immortality. This year marks the 96th year the PGA championship has been contested.
This year, 58 restaurants are participating in this popular event. Some are providing a $25 Pre-Fixe menu options, while others are providing a 2 eat for $25 menus. To see what each hotspot is offering, click here.
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 10:57:59 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / July 23, 2014Comment
When you think food in Kentucky, most out-of-towners immediately think of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
While that special restaurant, which started in Corbin, KY, will always hold a special place in our hearts, real Kentuckians know that if you're looking for great fried chicken, there are plenty of other places to go, besides the Colonel's.
Chevy Chaser magazine put together a list of the top 5 fried chicken spots in the Lexington area. How many have you been to?
670 North Broadway, (859) 233-7985, indis-fastfood.com
This Lexington restaurant has some national backing behind it. Esquire Magazine named Indi's to its "Best Late-Night Food in the USA" list, and for good reason. Indi's is a drive-thru...
Opened in April 2014 at 609 Main Street, Rooster Brewing is housed in a restored 1880 Main Street Mercantile Store Front. With almost 1,800 square feet, Rooster Brewing offers brewing, tasting/tap room and a retail space.
Rooster Brewing is open Thursday-Saturday from 5:00-11:00pm. For more info on what's on tap and other events, visit their Facebook or ...
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 9:29 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / June 26, 2014Comment
Summer has become synonymous with lots of things to do in Central Kentucky. Here are just a few of the things going on in the next few weeks.
4th of July SpectacularFriday, July 4th, 5:00pm-10:30pm, Berea City Park Enjoy fireworks, children's activities, live entertainment and more.
4th Annual Whippoorwill FestivalThursday,July 10th-Sunday, 13th, HomeGrown HideAways: 500 Floyd Branch Road Over 60 workshops featuring old time and traditional Appalachian living skills in a family-friendly atmosphere. Workshops include home canning, backyard chickens, how to play the banjo, and many more. A low-cost event with free tent camping, healthy home-cooked meals, guest speakers, campfires, mountain and bluegrass music, dancing, and workshops throughout the day. For more information and a schedule of events, visit their website.
Red State BBQ is a funky, road-side bbq place just off Georgetown Rd. They're known for their delicious meats, all smoked right in the back of the restaurant, and their famous sides, including their corn pudding and beer cheese grits.
James Monroe Homes is an award winning builder in the Central Kentucky area. This model home, the Tulane model, has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a full unfinished basement...
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 11:11 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / April 8, 2014Comment
Spring has sprung in Central Kentucky and we've got a list of plenty of things you and your family can do in the coming weeks.
Thursday Night Live, every Thursday-October 18th, 4:30-9pm, Cheapside Park
Join hundreds of fellow Lexingtonians at Thursday Night Live every Thursday now through October 18th at Cheapside Park in downtown Lexington. There will be beverages, food from local restaurants and great music by live, local bands. Bands play from 5:30pm-9pm. For a line up of the bands, click here....
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 1:53:38 PMBy Ashley Whitworth / October 17, 2013Comment
From haunted trails to spooky parades, we’ve scared up a list some of the top Halloween events going on in Central Kentucky.
Russ Hatter’s Murder & Mayhem Tour, October 17, 24, 30 at 7:30pm at the Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary at 1305 Germany Rd. $10 for ages 18 and older. For reservations, call 502-696-0607 or email email@example.com.
Monster Mash Movie Night: Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, October 26 at 7:00pm at Liberty Hall Historic Site. Bring a lawn chair or blanket....
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Thursday, August 29, 2013 at 10:42 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / August 29, 2013Comment
There is no shortage of events in Central Kentucky in September! Here's a sampling of just a few things that are going on in your area!
Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival, Winchester, August 30-September 1 The festival begins with a street dance at 6:30pm Friday evening in Downtown Winchester and continues throughout the weekend with arts and crafts talent contest, a 5K run/walk and a big concert Sunday evening starting at 5:30pm at Lykins Park. For more information, visit www.danielboonepioneerfestival.com.
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 2:21:22 PMBy Ashley Whitworth / August 21, 2013Comment
Two Central Kentucky restaurants have gotten recognition by one of the country's top magazines.
Jonathan at Gratz Park in Lexington and Wallace Station in Versailles have been named as two of the "100 Places to Eat Now" by Jennifer V. Cole of Southern Living magazine.