Another great escape can be found along Kentucky’s Route 18, a scenic byway that starts outside of Florence, Kentucky and takes you to Rabbit Hash and all the way to Big Bone Lick State Park.Here are links to websites and articles about Kentucky destinations that make great daytrips from Cincinnati.
What you're getting: Two-Year-Old Country Ham As Kentucky's oldest family-operated bed and breakfast, the Beaumont Inn has long established itself as a place to truly experience the traditions of our state.
Its Main Dining Room restaurant is no exception and it offers refined takes on Kentucky classics like Two-Year-Old Country Ham, "Yellow-Legged" Fried Chicken, and its famous Corn Pudding, which all have been filling bellies since 1918.
Don't miss the Sunday buffet, filled with old Sanders family recipes.
What you're getting: Shrimp and Grits a la Agnes Ouita Michel has long been considered the queen of Kentucky cuisine.
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Just be careful not to sample too much if you plan on returning to Cincinnati within 24 hours.
Find a link to Lexington hotels here (just in case).
As someone once said to me, “One of the best things about living in Cincinnati is that Kentucky is just next door.” Bigger cities like Lexington and Louisville make great day trips, as do the little towns of Augusta and Maysville, along the Ohio River.
From Cincinnati, you could spend the day driving gorgeous country roads like Route 8, 9, 10, and 17.
Owned and operated by Berea College, the dining room serves three meals per day -- plus, it has 63 guest rooms to boot.