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”
Your chance to break out from the pedestrian pepperoni. Continue reading “Puccini’s”
We went last night. If you weren’t there then you were the only one. It was a blast. So many people, so many choices of food. West 6th selling Amber and IPA. Funnel cakes. BHG foods. Brats. Pizza. Gelato. The Kentucky Ale line was too long so I’m not sure which beers they have.
And thick slices of bacon with a peanut butter dipping sauce. That one, I didn’t try. You’ll have to let me know, it’s not a step I’ll be taking anytime soon… that is unless someone swears by it. Then I’ll try it… because really, how bad can it be. It’s bacon.
Gin Blossoms were last night and tonight is Fastball. There are a few live acts before so come early
Bring cash but not too much since you can get sucked into the gambling and BINGO.
Pretty please, carpool. This is in a residential neighborhood so please be good neighbors.
Yummalicious Continue reading “Bourbon n’ Toulouse”
At the corner of Euclid and High Street (or is it Tates Creek Road at that point?…) on Sundays from 10-2 is the Chevy Chase Farmer’s Market. These neighborhood markets are popping up everywhere making locally grown produce within reach for most people of Lexington at least one day a week. Continue reading “Chevy Chase Farmer’s Market”
On the south side of the Chevy Chase neighborhood is a small collection of shops along Romany Road between Cooper and Providence. The largest store is Kroger’s, one of the few remaining neighborhood sized stores in Lexington. The neighborhood loves it for the ease of access. Continue reading “Romany Corridor”
Sundays are great days. It’s a day that is spent relaxing, getting a few things done, probably cooking out in the backyard. Sundays are best started with a donut. And donuts can be had at Donut Days on Euclid. Continue reading “Donut Days on Euclid”
The space at the corner of High Street and Euclid is being prepared for a new restaurant. This spot has had trouble staying filled since Buddy’s moved out. The most recent tenant, Glenn’s Creek Beer Exchange, closed a year ago. The Macho Nacho is expected to open in mid-September 2015. Providing Tex-Mex foods to the local populace isn’t anything new but their promised delivery service is. According to their website, the place will be set up as a sports bar inside with 25-30 tvs. Stay tuned for more pictures as the transformation progresses.
The Macho Nacho website http://eatmachonacho.com/