Business Lexington January 2017

Graze chef

Photo by Theresa Stanely

Craig de Villiers is taking the multi-unit business route to prosperity by opening his second Graze restaurant in December, at 207 S. Limestone St. in Lexington. Read more


Rock House owners

Theresa Stanley

Rock House Brewing has joined Lexington’s vibrant craft beer scene as the newest draw for the city’s resurgent North Limestone neighborhood. Read more


Stephen Hillenmeyer Landscape Services celebrated 175 years in business in 2016, making it among Lexington’s longest-running businesses as well as one of the oldest nurseries in the nation. Read more


MonTea owner

Photo by Theresa Stanley

Located on Euclid Avenue, MonTea, owned by Danielle and Miller Montague, is Lexington’s only retail teashop, offering more than 70 varieties of loose-leaf teas and herbal infusions. Read more


Two years after a major remodeling, Kroger’s Chevy Chase store on Euclid Avenue is seeking to demolish an adjacent apartment building to expand the supermarket’s parking. Read more


The fifth annual Bluegrass Wellness at Work challenge, an idea born from Commerce Lexington's Leadership Lexington program, will begin in May and allow local companies to engage in friendly fitness competition for six weeks. Read more