Kentucky Tourism

Richmond: Where Kentucky Comes Alive – Shop Local

Be transported back to the simpler times in this charming college town. There are secrets to discover around every corner and present day mingles with relics of the past. Whether you're just passing through or plan to stay awhile, whether you're here with family or friends, whether you love history or nature, antiquing or golfing, shopping or stargazing, there’s something to catch your fancy in Richmond, Kentucky.

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Kentucky Dam Village & Jenny Wiley State Resort Parks – Shop Local

Frank Bentley turned cooking out of necessity at age 12 into a lifelong passion for good food. Kelly Staples says “cooking picked me” when he discovered he had a knack for knowing his way around the kitchen. They’re just two of the passionate chefs you’ll find wowing guests at Kentucky’s State Resort Parks. Come gather around Kentucky's table, where it’s Better in the Bluegrass. Visit www.BetterInTheBluegrass.com to learn more.

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Old Hickory Bar-B-Q – Owensboro, KY

Chef John Foreman grew up with barbecue in his blood, perfecting the unique style of tangy Western Kentucky barbecue started by his great great grandfather nearly a century before. He carries on the family tradition today, serving up platters of smoked pork, mutton, chicken, beef, turkey and ham at his popular Old Hickory Bar-B-Q in Owensboro. Come gather around Kentucky's table, where it’s Better in the Bluegrass. Visit www.BetterInTheBluegrass.com to learn more.

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Benham Schoolhouse – Benham, KY

At Benham Schoolhouse, a school-turned-hotel, chefs take recipes passed down from generations – and from immigrants settling into the area – and put their own local spin on them. As property manager Travis Warf describes it, flavors just “kinda got mixed into some really unique, nowhere-else-in-the-world dishes.” Come gather around Kentucky's table, where it’s Better in the Bluegrass. Visit www.BetterInTheBluegrass.com to learn more.

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Home Café – Bowling Green, KY

Home Café in Bowling Green has become a community hub, attracting everyone from business suits to farmers fresh from the field – all sitting down to enjoy a Southern-inspired meal together. And that’s just how Chef Joshua Poling wants it. “It embodies what Bowling Green and home is to me.” Come gather around Kentucky's table, where it’s Better in the Bluegrass. Visit www.BetterInTheBluegrass.com to learn more.

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Coe’s – Russel Springs, KY

Some of Chef Gerald Coe’s earliest memories are days spent in the kitchen with his father – standing on a milk crate, learning how to filet fish, dropping it in the fryer – and tasting his mother’s signature baked tenderloin. Coe still honors their memories today through the food he prepares at his restaurant in Russell Springs. Come gather around Kentucky's table, where it’s Better in the Bluegrass. Visit www.BetterInTheBluegrass.com to learn more.

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