The Kentucky Restaurant With Roots That Date Back To The 1700s
Here in Kentucky, we take great pride in our history, lovingly preserving our town squares, old buildings, and historic sites. In Bardstown, for example, history is on proud display, celebrated in everything from the town’s historic downtown district, numerous museums (hello, My Old Kentucky home!), and attractions such as our passenger railroad and horse-drawn carriage tours. And within this vibrant village, you’ll also find the oldest restaurant in Kentucky, a place with roots that date all the way back to the 1700s.
Have you ever dined at Talbott Tavern? Did you know it was the oldest restaurant in Kentucky? This is definitely a place for your Bluegrass bucket list!
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Address: Old Talbott Tavern, 107 W Stephen Foster Ave, Bardstown, KY 40004, USA
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