Restaurants in Versailles, Lexington and Midway you may enjoy
For local casual dining, there is a small quaint café (Melissa's Cottage Café) with Sinatra style music in the background that is walking distance from the Inn. It has "home style" food that is enjoyed by many. Veggies, homemade pot pie, roast and mashed potatoes, etc., and a long list of deserts.
There is also an American Grill/Sports Bar restaurant called Riccardos. Located in an old train depot that is less than a mile away on Main Street that has ribs, burgers, salads and a good Shepherd Pie.
There is Napa Prime, with gourmet burgers and salads, fish tacos, dinners, and great service. Setting is small but food is very good and servers are friendly.
There is also Addies at Woodford Inn that has a good lunch or dinner. They have a small, quaint, separate bar as well.
All restaurants serve wine and beer daily if desired.
The first fine dining restaurants recommended are in Midway, scenic 12 minutes away. They are locally owned with award winning chefs. All the restaurants that we recommend at this link are locally owned. *Heirloom
in quaint, artsy little Midway, 12-15 minutes away is a favorite with Elise and our guests for lunch or dinner! Midway is a fun place to explore with gift shops, antique shops, boutiques, and a wonderful men’s clothier
(Crittenden’s). Everything on the menu at Heirloom is delicious and the service is great. Gourmet style food with emphasis on fresh and local. www.heirloommidway.com*Holly Hill Inn
is in Midway in an old historic building. Their Chef has been awarded the James Beard award. Menu changes seasonally. They have an excellent website. www.hollyhillinn.com
Asterisks below are by ones that I especially enjoy. But all listed are good. ~Elise