The Old Stone Inn: "Old Stone Inn---Relaxing Sunday Brunch" Kentucky Restaurant Tip by pabertra

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  The Old Stone Inn
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The Old Stone Inn, a national historic landmark, was built in 1817 by slave labor with stones taken from a quarry on the farm site of this frontier coach stop. Its two-foot thick stone walls still bear bullet holes from the Civil War. It has served as a tavern, stagecoach stop, inn, residence, and since the 1920s, a restaurant. Accommodation is provided in rooms. Upstairs at the Old Stone Inn, they have converted a generous common area into an art gallery, featuring regional art, crafts, and artists. The restaurant serves dinner Thursday through Saturday. They serve lunch Thursday through Sunday

Favorite Dish: I had an elegant Sunday afternoon brunch complete with made to order waffles with fresh blueberries, srawberries, and whipped cream as well as some great lunch fare. The food was average, but is perfect for the occasion when you have many palettes to please.

Address: 6905 Shelbyville Rd.---Simpsonville, KY
Price Comparison: about average
Phone: (502)-722-8200
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 3
Theme: American

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 17, 2006
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