At Chicken Salad Chick, you’ll find tasty food with distinctive flavors made fresh daily right in our kitchens. From the variety of chicken salads that put us on the map to pimento cheese, broccoli and grape side salads, and so much more, we have something to satisfy any craving. Whether you dine in for a relaxing ladies’ lunch or call on us to cater your next event, you can be sure we’ll serve you straight from the heart.
Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse is now open with its largest restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky. The astonishing former Coba restaurant is almost 12,000 sq ft and is under the guidance of their new General Manager Alvaro Guzman.
Along with their traditional Brazilian Steakhouse Rodizio Concept on the Main Floor, the 100 seat second floor hosts the new "Cowgirl's Bar" serving a Brazilian Steakhouse Tapas Menu and an innovative variety of mixed drinks that also features "Spiked Milk Shakes" and all your favorite sporting events.
Eight Horse Gluten-Free Bakery is your Lexington, Kentucky home for custom baked goods, artisan breads, biscuits, pies, special occasion cakes, and an awesome atmosphere! They are a dedicated gluten-free facility, also offering vegan and paleo options. From specialty birthday parties to custom wedding and celebration cakes, Eight Horse has you covered.
We’re a bit like our hometown: sophisticated, well-traveled, but grounded in our roots. We believe there’s nothing more important than taking time to dine well with family and friends in a beautiful space. And we have a passion for all things Bluegrass - curing our meats in-house, supporting the region’s diverse farming and food community, and keeping a local-first mindset in everything we do.
Epping’s is located in a renovated historic building that once held Epping Bottling Works, home to the hustle and spirit of local entrepreneur John G. Epping. Today, we are proud to honor that history and be part of the energy of downtown Lexington’s Warehouse Block.
"The name change is about legacy and having something to leave to my sons." says Geoffrey Grimes. We changed the name to reflect us passing our great family recipe and tradition down to the next generation. Don't worry folks, that's the only thing that has changed! You can expect the same great food from us at both locations.
This Cajun & Creole Cafe is the newest addition to the quickly growing food options on Lexington’s north side. Robbie Morgan, creator and former director of Crave Lexington Food + Music festival is excited to bring this tasty and friendly joint to town. J. Gumbo’s started as a Louisville-based concept and is still owned by the family who opened the first establishment.
Their menu features classic Cajun and Creole dishes like Étouffèe, Drunken Chicken and Jambalaya alongside Morgan’s own daily handcrafted and seasonal Kentucky Proud specials. Morgan has partnered with Rock House Brewing (beer coming winter 2018), Sav’s Piment Hot Sauce and Sorella Gelateria to bring more local flavors to the table. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free menu items with affordable prices, quick service and in a cozy environment.
Coming soon! The Cincinnati-based restaurateur, Jeff Ruby, began construction finally on the steakhouse and bar that will open as part of the City Center development on Vine Street this fall. It will have antique chandeliers, bronze sculptures, a Keeneland room, a Kentucky Wildcats room, a Gatsby room; bourbon, steak, and sushi and everything in between. And it is supposed to open April 1. Ruby has promised magic.