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Honeywood

Photo by Theresa Stanley

The latest, and largest, restaurant by famed Bluegrass chef is Honeywood by Ouita Michel, an American bistro that also serves as a culinary anchor at the new Summit at Fritz Farm. Read more

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Lucie Slone Meyers

Photo by Bill Straus

With Red Light Kitchen & Lounge, chef Lucie Slone Meyers — the grande dame of Lexington’s restaurant scene — takes on her latest challenge. Read more

Business

Table 310, the pioneering downtown bistro that paved the way for many of the Lexington’s fine dining destinations, is closing after seven years and two sets of owners. Read more

Business

Jonathan Lundy

Photo by Sarah Jane Sanders

Chef Jonathan Lundy announced that his new Latin-inspired restaurant, Corto Lima, will be open for business on Wednesday. Read more

Business

Lexington-based Greer Cos. has sold its 44 Cheddar’s Casual Café franchises to its parent company, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen. Read more

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Carson's interior

Theresa Stanley

Carson’s Food and Drink is set to bring a new dining and cocktail destination to downtown Lexington. Read more

Business

National Provisions, the pioneering Euro-style restaurant, beer hall and grocery on Lexington’s near east side, has closed, with likely only months left as a events space before new operators take over. Read more

Business

Jonathan Lundy

Photo by Sarah Jane Sanders

In a move that brings one of Lexington’s best-known chefs to a marquee city dining spot, chef Jonathan Lundy has announced plans to open Corto Lima, a “Latin-inspired” restaurant, at the high-profile corner of Short and North Limestone streets. Read more

Business

Nearly a decade into its run on Lexington’s north side, Maria’s Kitchen is making a leap to larger quarters while working to retain what’s made the spot a success.Opened in 2007 in a tiny, open-air storefront with patio... Read more

Business

Lexington is welcoming another player to the growing fast-casual market: Taziki’s Mediterranean Café, which focuses on fresh and healthy Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, is opening its doors at 117 Southland Drive.This will... Read more

Business

Just to the north of Lexington, Georgetown is growing not only in population, but in local dining options as well. While Fava’s and Galvin’s have long been downtown favorites, the... Read more

Arts & Culture

Historically, the menu at Dudley’s On Short has leaned heavily on local ingredients, food grown and raised within a 100-mile radius. But when executive chef Eric Fowler left his post in February, owner Debbie Long launched a search... Read more

Arts & Culture

University of Kentucky students, faculty and staff soon will have a new place to pick up a baguette, cafe au lait and more.La Madeleine Country French Café has announced it will open its latest site Nov. 16 in new student dining... Read more

Business

“I was inspired to cook by my mom, Pam Sexton. Many folks love trying out new dishes on Thanksgiving Day. For me, re-creating her recipes each year is a way for me to still be with... Read more

Arts & Culture

“I’m still a line cook, which surprises people,” says 66-year-old Lucie Slone Meyers, chef-owner of a la Lucie. Her voice is coarse, the product of four decades of smoking and yelling... Read more

Arts & Culture

Classics never go out of style, and a Whiskey Sour made from scratch might just be the ultimate classic. Four ingredients, a shaker and a cocktail glass bring the satisfaction of a simple... Read more

Community

Recipe by chef Craig DeVilliers, Graze Market & CafeLamb:• 2 medium onions diced• 4-6 (2 lbs) lamb shoulder chops• 4 cloves garlic, minced•... Read more

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Recipe Courtesy of Heaven HillAt Crave Lexington Food & Music Festival on Aug. 22 and 23, Heaven Hill Brands – the Official Spirit of Crave – will host the Larceny... Read more

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Recipe Courtesy of Heaven HillAt Crave Lexington Food & Music Festival on Aug. 22 and 23, Heaven Hill Brands – the Official Spirit of Crave – will host the Larceny... Read more

Community

Culinary Mentor John Foster Returns to the Restaurant Biz with New Ashland Ave. EateryChefs don’t often leave the restaurant business and return to it. They gJohet [...] Read more

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