Lexington being in the heart of horse country has the wonderful position to offer great Mexican food a thousand miles from the border. We have a plethora of Mexican restaurants here but my favorite is Jalapeño’s.
Marikka’s is being torn down with plans to rebuild.
We are get new breweries often in Lexington so the introduction of a new one on National went past me quickly. What a miss on my part! Ok, so only by 90 days or so but still! Continue reading “Mirror Twin”
Lexington’s newest YMCA is recently opened out in Hamburg. We waited patiently for promises of beautiful equipment, more friendly locker rooms, and better areas for family. And we are rewarded. Continue reading “Whitaker YMCA”
This place is everything I love: they have a wide range of seafood items and preparation methods, the staff are fellow gastronomes who’s conversations make me happy every time we talk, and they don’t mind substitutions. Continue reading “Smithtown Seafood”
Us regular people, we get the full view.
And beer out of a growler is, for some reason, so much better. Maybe it’s the drought versus the canned/bottled flavors. It’s just tastier. Continue reading “I’ll admit it, up front: I like beer”
Saw this today at the Kroger on Beaumont Centre Circle and am super excited about the possibilities.
When I lived over in Kenwick, I was introduced to the wonderful delivery of fresh farm eggs, straight to my door. Once every two weeks, like magic, beautiful brown eggs appeared on my porch, waiting patiently to be turned into scrambled eggs, eggs in a basket, cookies, or to help me put a beautiful sheen on top of challah. I was super bummed Continue reading “The Poore Farm”
Literally the best park in Lexington. Continue reading “Elizabeth Street Park”
I learned about Sake and Tapas too late. Continue reading “Hidenori Yamaguchi’s Udon”
Former Art Bar/Blue Moon and future Bear and Butcher
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