Never a disappointment, you can't go wrong and should be on your bucket list if you're anywhere in central Kentucky.
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My wife and I had dinner last night while we stayed at reasonably comfortable b&b. Starting with the good stuff, the General Lee cake and chocolate torte were amazing, and the wait staff were very friendly and welcoming. Everything else, not so great. We did...More
The dining area is a great old elegant dining room but food was mediocre. Waitresses were amazing though. I had their classic dinner which was the fried chicken and ham plus corn pudding and green beans. It was good but would not have it again.
Our group of friends enjoyed one meal in the somewhat plain dining room. The service was friendly and our server was very informative about the specials and entree's. The selections were varied and reflected regional tastes. Everyone enjoyed their meal. I think the opinion of...More
My wife and I are in the process of packing to move. It has been a difficult process. As a reward for our work, we decided to have lunch at Beaumont Inn. As always it was a most pleasant experience. The hot brown was excellent....More
On a recent family visit, we arrived a few minutes before our 6:00 P.M. reservation. No one was at the doorway, so we wandered in toward what we thought was to be our table. Two servers stopped their conversation and came forward to tell us...More
Our previous visit and this one were totally opposite! Bleu Cheese dressing is made with mayonnaise--too rich. Food was extremely salty, and overall not worth the price charged. When dessert was asked for in a "to-go" box, there was an upcharge just for the container....More
Service is always prompt & friendly, but the food never quite seems to live up the hype it receives on the menu (nor the price charged). My wife had a prime rib special ($28.00), and whilst not bad - it certainly was not worth $28...More