Restaurants in Kentucky

The apotheosis of Owensboro’s micro- regional mutton ’cue. Order it sliced and chopped—always with “dip”—and in a meaty burgoo (a rustic Kentucky stew).

Kitschy Mexican

Airy Italian spot

Dining and jazz in an art gallery

Bistro and live jazz in a former saloon.

Seafood-centric Nuevo Latino. (Location change: 2929 Goose Creek Rd.)

Bustling new American

New Southern restaurant. This restaurant is named for the limestone traces found in Kentucky springwater, thought to be a crucial ingredient in the state's famous whiskey.