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Yeah, it’s been closed for a week or so.
Hey all – I’m totally new here (to the forums and the thread), but I figured I’d pop in and ask some advice. I’m taking a trip to Kentucky this weekend, and was wondering if anyone had suggestions for some available-only-in-Kentucky bourbons I should pick up while I’m down there. I have a short list going – Weller/BT products, Old Fitz, Larceny, Very Old Barton – but I’d love to hear any suggestions outside of those. Thanks!
Hello all, I’m new to this thread as well. I was recently in KY and picked up a bottle of Rowan’s Creek ($35ish). It’s a 12 year old small batch made by KBD that (I was told) is not available in OH and came highly recommended by the salesman I spoke to. I’m really enjoying it. Another one he recommended was Noah’s Creek which is a 15 year old also made by KBD, but it was a little too pricey for me ($50+ I think). I’m a relative bourbon newbie and was a bit intimidated and in awe of the selection in KY!
My first passion is craft beer, but I’m now expanding my appreciation of bourbon and definitely see some similarities between the two drinks in terms of flavor variety, styles, hard to find limited releases, etc. Fun stuff.
Barley’s Frisky Bovine Raspberry Wheat
The first release from Barley’s new “Cowtown” series?
I know, that was lame.
Sorry, I was trying to quote GW_Justice in my post.
Oh, the growlers place is going into the barber shop on the other corner.
I heard the growler place in the old barber shop is going to have 20+ taps with a focus on Ohio beers.
My friend saw him at the the Glick Road Wendy’s once.
Can customers bring their own growlers in to fill or do they need to buy one at the store? Best of luck with your business – very cool idea!
I agree that new competition has hurt the Knotty. And I think it lost some of its charm after the renovation. Living only a block away, I would walk over more often if the food was better and/or they carried more craft beer.
Finally open and tried some tonight. Some of the best pie I’ve ever tasted.
Grandview Carry Out is my go to place. They are very good about getting things in that you request, if it’s not already there. Weilands, Palmers, Gentiles and the Giant Eagle at Kingsdale have great selections as well.
I think his rule makes life easier for everyone. If I don’t want to dine in a restaurant with unruly young kids then I know where to go. On the flipside, parents with kids under 7 know where not to go. Pretty simple. Except for maybe some adults who act like 5 year olds!
The Rocco’s sign is on the side where Bellisari’s used to be, not the laundry. The paper said it would seat 75, so I’m not sure if it would take up the whole building or not.
Does anyone know if that site has a liquor license? It’s close to a school (not sure if that matters) and I can’t remember if the previous place served alcohol. Just curious.
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I have no details, but when the Massey’s sign went down my pizza induced gut sighed relief. I never thought there could be too many pizza places in one area.
Yeah, no kidding. I hope this one is successful though because it’s a block from my house. And I bet it will be good pizza.
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Lynd’s is at Morse Rd. and SR310, just north of Pataskala (3 or 4
I highly recommend the Laurelville Cider slushies served at Renick’s Farm Market in the fall. I hope they will be open this year, it seems that is not always the case lately. Does anyone have information on this?
I drove by Renick’s last week and they had the front bays opened up…looked like they were getting ready for business. Not sure why they didn’t open up last year.