My wife and I stumbled onto this place while looking for someplace "interesting" in downtown Lexington. We found a couple seats at the bar (lucky. it was crowded), and ended up talking to a lot of people... mostly young people... some of them dressed for an early Halloween. The bartender Dylan, the owner Chef Jeff, the people at the front desk... I can't say enough good things about them. It was our first night in Lexington and a great intro to the friendly ways there. And the food was outstanding.... onion soup, ham and bean soup, pork chop, salads... with a good selection of bourbons. We went there the following night, too, to watch the World Series game. Great time. Highly recommended for a meal, for drinks, for atmosphere.
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