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In 2007, John Varanese opened Varanese in the Historic Clifton neighborhood. Opening to rave reviews with an eclectic menu of New American Cuisine, comfortably seating 150 between its bar, dining room & 4 Seasons Patio. The Patio has a dramatic 20-ft. slate water wall & is enclosed by a serpentine of glass doors, which retract to offer an outdoor dining experience!
The Louisville Marriott East is the city's newest 4-Diamond luxury hotel, with a stylish Bourbon theme and impeccable accommodations. Conveniently located in the heart of the East End of Louisville, near I-64 and just 11 miles from Downtown and Louisville International Airport. The hotel features 252 spacious guestrooms with 42-inch flat screen TV's, in-room refrigerators and safes, and an exclusive Concierge Level.
G.A. Schimpff’s Confectionery is one of the oldest, continuously operated, family-owned candy businesses in the United States. It was opened in its present location in 1891 by Gustav Schimpff Sr. and Jr. This unique confectionery and lunch room in Jeffersonville's downtown historic district comes complete with a 50's soda fountain and original tin ceiling. The old-fashioned candy jars, cases, and turn-of-the century equipment transport you back to the good old days.
Visit the grounds of Huber’s Orchard, Winery, and Vineyards. Explore the 600 acres of orchards & vineyards, tour the award-winning winery, sample wines, pick your own fruits & vegetables from the fields of the largest farm in Southern Indiana, and have lunch at the Starlight Café’. After lunch, enjoy a cone or cup of our homemade ice cream, made from many fresh fruits. The Family Farm Park is fun for kids of all ages, and features many activities to make your day on the farm special.
A fishing pole, big colorful float, and beeline directions to a Harrodsburg hideaway on Herrington Lake are the key ingredients to an old-fashioned summer family vacation in Kentucky.
Cyclists seeking the roads less traveled will find them in Shelbyville and Simpsonville, KY. Three hundred forty-six miles of gently rolling hills, picturesque parks and paved country roads have recently opened up.
The Bluegrass state is celebrating The Year of Kentucky Food in 2018 and every region in the state has created a Signature Menu boasting their bests – heritage recipes that rely on what’s available locally combined with a dash of Kentucky ingenuity.
There is still time to gather up family and friends for an outing to see outstanding holiday theatre in several central Kentucky towns.
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