There is something about the outside of a horse
that is good for the inside of a man.
Although being on the National Register of Historic Places is an accomplishment unto itself, picturesque Keeneland is best known for some of the finest thoroughbred racing in the world. For three weeks every April and October, international competitors migrate to Lexington, using the Spring and Fall race meets to prep for the Kentucky Derby and the Breeder’s Cup, respectively. Ranked as a top race track in North America, surprisingly little has changed with Keeneland’s facade since its inception in 1936. The popular movie Seabiscuit was partially filmed at Keeneland for this very reason and a visit to the grounds gives a vintage aesthetic sure to please. Continue reading Keeneland at Dawn
For over twenty years, Lynn’s Paradise Cafe has been engaging the imaginations and taste buds of Louisville residents and visitors while receiving national media coverage from the likes of The Oprah Show to the Wall Street Journal and just about everything in between. Locals know it best as the sassy and smart Highlands area restaurant that serves up Southern cuisine with a Bohemian flair. Continue reading Whimsy with a Side of Gravy
If you should find yourself in downtown Winchester, you may notice a small place on the corner of Main and Broadway by the name of Stinky & Coco’s Diner. You may wonder why anyone named Stinky would venture into the restaurant business. You may wonder why anyone named Coco would want to partner up with a guy named Stinky. Then curiosity may get the best of you and you’ll stroll inside for lunch. Continue reading Local Eats: Stinky & Coco’s Diner