Savor Kentucky Cuisine
While maybe best known for its signature drink offerings (see bourbon, wine country and the famous Kentucky Derby mint julep), The Bluegrass State is also home to a number of innovative food dishes and a hearty culinary heritage.
Popular Kentucky cuisine includes the hot brown, Kentucky burgoo, famous Kentucky BBQ and of course, Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Maybe no other state can lay claim to the extensive amount of flavor-shaping culinary creativity and history as the state of Kentucky.
Today that inspiration can be seen in unique Kentucky cuisine and dining establishments all over the state. Dine at a horse track and watch morning thoroughbred workouts over eggs. Experience white table cloth restaurants where the surrounding art is as provocative as the entrees are inventive. And find local favorites such as hot browns and Kentucky burgoo in nostalgic cafes along scenic bluegrass routes.
Ready to get a real taste of Kentucky cuisine? From fine downtown dining to Kentucky BBQ shacks in Western Kentucky, find dozens of Kentucky restaurants featuring your favorite flavors using the search below.
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"Good Friends Always Welcome" is our slogan! Ralph's Harborview is located at Moors Resort and Marina on Kentucky Lake. Ralph's is open seasonally for breakfast, l...
Russell Springs, KY
Acapulco is an authentic Mexican Grill located fairly close to Lake Cumberland and the Lake Cumberland State Resort Park and Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. Delicious...
A paradise of flavor in every bite! Famous for fajitas and signature
dishes such as their onion-and-pepper smothered Quesadilla Madisonville.
Addis Grill serves variety of 100% vegan Ethiopian & Mediterranean cuisine made of vegetables, legumes, seeds, herbs and spices that are just as exotic and tasty as those ...
Adobo Mexican Restaurant offers delectable and authentic Mexican cuisine to Louisville, KY. Our delicious menu choices will satisfy all of your Mexican food cravings. Wit...
At Against The Grain we will always have an offering that puts hop flavor in the forefront. If you love citrusy, floral, fruity, herbal, piney, 'resiny', and some bitterness, ...
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