Don't be fooled by the "Family" designation; Whisky's has a full bar with a good selection of drinks, wine and beer. Lawrenceburg is the home of Schenley and Seagrams, hence the town nickname "Whisky City" and the restaurant name. We found this place while on a golfing trip and ate there 3 times in 5 days. I had Ginger Chicken on rice from the Bistro menu, which doesn't include sides (about $10, salad $3 extra). The chicken was delicious and plentiful, and the veggies were the best I have had in ages: varied and crisp(this was an unexpected bonus, and I certainly didn't need a salad). The Teriyaki steak salad the second night was also delicious. The only slight disappointment were the fish and chips, and that is just my preference in chips, so this shouldn't be viewed as a negative. Service was perhaps a bit slow the first night, but if we wanted fast food we would go to McDonalds. Anyway, our delightful server was about 12 months pregnant, so we cut her some slack and enjoyed the evening. Nights 2 & 3 the service was timed just right. My three golfing friends all had similar opinions about food (delicious ribs, for example), service, and price. If you visit, ask for a taste of the peanut slaw: despite everyone's doubts, it was surprisingly good. The restaurant is a combination of a former home and an old button factory, so the atmosphere varies from section to section. We found it quite pleasant.
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