Shrimp and Grits, Pumpkin Ravioli, Chicken Florentine, and the house fish that our party of four had to share; each excellently prepared and spiced. A nice converted 1890's home, with many serving rooms, wood floors, open space, and a lovely bar. Linens and silverware of course, casual with just the right touch of formality. Lovely views and lots of windows. Not too pricy at under $20, but the preparation and proportions makes this a real value. This house has a chef that does not rely on salt, but rather selects spices to enhance the natural flavors. Desserts of Bread Pudding in Bourbon sauce and Pumpkin pudding were large and should be shared, prepared with the spicing and care of the main courses. I will go back on our next KY trip.