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Just spent Sunday and Monday November 11th and 12th at the tavern. We had The Lincoln suite, Jessie James and Daniel Boone rooms. We really enjoyed it! Very comfortable rooms with everything we needed. The bourbon bar and restaurant were great too. Very friendly staff....More
Tired of traveling the Bluegrass to get your Kentucky Hug, take a bourbon tour of the area's largest selection of regional and hard-to-find bourbons. As many as 5 different bourbon flights available to find out what you like or can't have in your state/country. Excellent...More
We happened on the Talbott Tavern in Bardstown after finishing our Bourbon Trail visits. We were treated like family and served wonderful food (fried chicken and pecan crusted chicken). Prices were reasonable and service from Crystal was impeccable. After-dinner visit to the bourbon bar was...More
This was a cool, friendly little place. We went in for a drink and bite to eat and found much more. The bar selection was IMPRESSIVE to say the least! The burgoo was different that what we make in Western KY, but very good. The...More
We stopped in for lunch and really enjoyed our visit. We both had the Ky Hot Brown. It was yummy and came out steaming hot. I had a southern tea and my hubby had a beer. They have an extensive list of bourbons and beers....More
My wife and I stopped here for lunch after wandering down the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Good choice.
This is a post revolutionary war tavern replete with significant history. The food was good with service to complement.
Unfortunately the old tavern and hotel could use some...More
In our travels we stopped here for lunch not knowing anything about the place. They lay claim to the oldest bourbon bar in the world. It’s a B&B, restaurant and bar.
Not a place you want to eat if you are in a big hurry...More
It's an interesting place for lunch, with a lot of historical background to read about. My wife got the pot roast and enjoyed it. I tried the Hot Brown. I thought the ham was over salty, and I salt alot! I can say I've had...More
I was recently in Bardstown to visit friends and we stopped in the Talbott Tavern for dinner. We opted to eat in the bar area and listen to music. We enjoyed a sampling of great appetizers, their Kentucky Hot Brown (a first for me), and...More