At The Freight House, You'll Dine On Down-Home Kentucky Cuisine That's Top Chef Level
By Sarah McCosham|Published April 30, 2021
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Kentucky may not be a place you immediately think of as being on the “cutting edge” of the culinary scene, but it soon will be. All across The Bluegrass State, there are talented local chefs making magic in their kitchens, elevating Kentucky cuisine to unprecedented new heights. This is perhaps best exemplified at The Freight House, a restaurant owned and operated by Bluegrass chef (and “Top Chef Kentucky” runner up) Sara Bradley. At The Freight House, you’ll dine on down-home Kentucky cuisine that’s truly inspired, and the entire experience will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about our state’s fare.
The Freight House truly is a wonderful Kentucky treasure, and place worth discovering for yourself. Definitely plan a trip to Paducah to dine here — and plan on ordering the skillet cornbread, because it’s perfection.