"Located in downtown Lexington, the Mary Todd Lincoln House is positioned just at the center of West Main Street. Built between 1803 and 1806, the museum is made from attractive Georgian brick and previously used as an inn and a tavern. It was so until 1932 when Mary Todd’s father bought the building so his family can use it."
"This king of the Lexington steakhouses is locally owned and operated by the Bluegrass Hospitality Group, who also manage Sal’s, a more casual steakhouse, and Harry’s, a high-class sports bar. Started up by local entrepreneur Brian McCarty after he tasted prime cut steak in. , Malone’s has hosted a number of celebrities, whose portraits in the restaurant line the walls, and consistently offers top-quality food and even better service in a fine, yet relaxed atmosphere."
"Guests can enjoy white bean dumplings or grilled okra with parmesan in a cozy rustic setting or outside during the warmer months. Meals are complemented by seasonal cocktails and a captivating wine list. Come, sit down and enjoy a lovely conversation with your partner!"
"If you are looking for a spot to have a drink before your reservation at Dudley’s, or maybe you want to walk your dog to a place that allows pets, your new favorite place to go might be Centro. It’s in the courtyard area near downtown’s Fifth Third Bank Pavilion. “I like Centro on Saturdays,” says Adam Duddy, a senior at the University of Kentucky, who’s from Louisville."
The Chop House
4.4 (1165 ratings)
Informal chain outpost serving grilled steaks, prime rib & seafood, plus a variety of wines.
"Bringing good times and good music to Lexington, KY is our passion. Step in our doors and you might find anything...from doom metal to bluegrass, psychedelic to punk, or indie rock to folk we love it all."
"One of the most interesting things to do in Lexington is taking a visit to the Monroe Moosnick Medical and Science Museum. For those in need of something more innovative and fun, this should be top of their list while preparing for their trip. The museum is only open on an appointment, so plan your visit in advance!"
"The Monroe Moosnick Medical and Science Museum is one of the most unique things to do in Lexington. This makes it one of the best for those who want something slightly more unorthodox and fun for their trip. It’s open only by appointment, so arrange your trip in advance!"
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"Specialities: Organic and Plant-Based groceries; Coffee; Buffet & grab-and-go. Besides their impressive grocery selection of vegan and vegetarian foods as well as cruelty-free cosmetics and personal care products, the Good Foods Co-Op features a plethora of cuisine for dine-in and take-out. Among my personal favorites is their vegan sushi, which supplements fish with a helping of avocado and carrot, not unlike a typical California roll."