Oldham restaurants are NOW OPEN at 50% seating capacity + OUTDOOR SEATING, and you can even get DELIVERY and/or CARRYOUT from most of our locally-owned favorites! We’re going to leave our restaurant pages as is so you can find all the contact info you need. Also, follow Tour Oldham County KY on Facebook for all restaurant posts in one place!
Kentucky Bacon Pie ® as seen on the Cooking Channel’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”. Slow-Smoked BBQ. Authentic International and Kentucky Foods. Homemade Beer Cheese with Garlic Knots. Bourbon Cherry Bread Pudding. Grape Pie. Molasses Cookies. Peanut Butter Flatbreads. Foodie Farm Tours. DELISH Memories made ONLY in Oldham, KY.
Local dining options while train watching on Main Street can only be found in one place in the world… on Main Street in La Grange, Kentucky. Yes, a train runs through it! A freight train rumbles up and down Main Street up to 33 times a day for a truly unique dining and shopping experience. Listen for the word “Train!” as servers at One Nineteen West Main restaurant alert you to the approaching train just outside your window. New to the historic Downtown La Grange is the La Grange Train Observation Tower located next to the railroad tracks at the new Main Street Bourbon and Ale House, which is quickly becoming well-known for tasty beer cheese, garlic knots and hand-crafted flatbread pizzas. You know what they say, it’s Better in the Bluegrass!
Speaking of our Oldham Farm Tours, a unique farm dining experience housed in a converted historic horse barn, Barn8 at Hermitage Farm is a NEW farm-to-table restaurant (above) boasting all locally sourced ingredients and a gourmet farm-fresh menu with hand-crafted cocktails. The bourbon bar boasts a complete lineup of Kentucky Bourbon Trail® bourbons for your tasting pleasure!
Whether you are craving sushi, authentic Thai and Mexican, handcrafted sandwiches, a slice of Bacon Pie as seen on the Cooking Channel, fresh locally made pizzas, or the most decadent desserts on the planet, you will find unique, memorable dining experiences from Crestwood to La Grange, KY, just 20 minutes from Louisville on I-71. You can even start on the farm where the food is raised!