I stopped in on my first night there. The restaurant was exactly like I expected. A huge selection of bourbon and a pub style menu. I choose the ribeye steak and it was perfect. Nice atmosphere and friendly staff.
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There were eight of us who ordered a variety of dishes for dinner. Most of us were not at all happy. The two who ordered the catfish were ecstatic. My fried chicken was overcooked and dry. The green beans were mushy and boring, the potato...More
This place gets one star because of the history. The food was not very tasty and quite heavy. The service was slow and not particularly welcoming. We definitely felt that our waitress did not want to serve us and it was a burden to take...More
It's been a while since we visited the tavern, and we were disappointed. The only one that enjoyed his food got the half pound hamburger. My chicken and gnocchi were drowned in mushroom gravy. The gnocchi was bland. The country fried steak and bourbon chicken...More
This was my first visit to the Old Talbott Tavern. It could use a little sprucing up but I realize they are trying to preserve history. We had made reservations so we were seated immediately. Our server Carla was very nice and friendly. The room...More
My wife and I travel the world every year and decided to visit Bardstown KY again this Labor Day weekend. We visited Old Talbott Tavern on Labor Day weekend (fourth time in a year!). Stacey was our primary server at the bar and she was...More
Went there for an evening dinner with another couple, and we were seated in a small dimly lit dining room. Due to the dim lighting, we struggled to read the also not so bright menus. While eating, my partner noticed their shoulder sleeve was very...More
Wife and I and friends visited Bardstoen for the weekend. We had drinks at this tavern that had served Jesse James in the old days. He even shot up the place - the bullet holes are still there!! We'll be back!