Dine In A Horse-Drawn Fire Station From 1885 At The Engine House In Winchester, Kentucky

Here in Kentucky, our love for horses knows no bounds. Whether we are enjoying a meal inside a converted stable or camping at an iconic equestrian park, we live, eat, sleep, and breathe horses in the Bluegrass. So the opportunity to dine inside a horse-drawn fire station from 1885 is obviously something we’d jump (or gallop) at the chance to do. And that’s exactly the experience that awaits when you visit The Engine House in Winchester, Kentucky.

Have you ever dined at The Engine House in Winchester, Kentucky, before? It’s truly an experience for all equine enthusiasts in the Bluegrass!

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Address: 9 W Lexington Ave, Winchester, KY 40391, USA
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April 27, 2023

What are some other unique restaurants in Kentucky?

While dining in a horse-drawn fire station is certainly unique, The Engine House is certainly not the only unique restaurant in Kentucky!

  • Castle Farms Restaurant. Dining in a castle certainly makes for a unique experience, right? Well, this is precisely what you'll have the opportunity to do when you visit Castle Farms at the Kentucky Castle. At this acclaimed and wholly unique restaurant in Kentucky, produce and herbs are picked straight from the castle's gardens, for the freshest, most vibrant fare. In fact, the on-site garden provides the restaurant with up to 90 percent of the produce served to guests -- and the dishes truly sing!
  • Old Talbott Tavern. Located in the heart of Bardstown, Old Talbott Tavern is the oldest restaurant in Kentucky -- and it's also the oldest bourbon bar in the world! The ambiance here is everything: a step back in time with amazing food (and drink!) to boot. And make an entire night of it, if you can, as Bardstown is Kentucky's most dazzling Christmas town, sure to put you in the proper holiday spirit!