EATS & ENTERTAINMENT
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OUR FAVORITE FOODIE OBSERVANCES
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Cheers! Moscato, or muscat in Italian, is one versatile grape variety. Moscato grapes can be white or near black with ﬂavors that create sweet dessert wines or dry and ﬂoral wines. National Moscato Day was created for this wildly popular wine in 2012 by Gallo Family Vineyards. Our pick: La Perlina Moscato. Find out why this wine is under the heading "Interesting Wines" at Caron's.
Bourbon. Need we say more?
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is a delight to Kentuckians and visitors alike. Why not celebrate Craft Distillery Day at one of Lexington's offerings? Bluegrass Distillers, located on 6th Street at the Bread Box, touts locally-sourced, non-GMO ingredients for its unique bourbons.
CRAFT DISTILLERY DAY
Over at the Distillery District, Barrel House Distillery (formerly the James E. Pepper distilling complex) doesn't stop at crafting old-school bourbon—they also distill their very own vodka, moonshine and rum.
GRAPE POPSICLE DAY
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The biscuit has been a southern staple since before the Civil War. Its popularity skyrocketed when people realized biscuits absorbed gravy better than plain bread. Safe to say biscuits and gravy continues to be a breakfast favorite. Have you tried the spicy biscuits and gravy served up at Josie's in Chevy Chase? Heavenly.
Popsicles were invented by accident in 1905 by Frank Epperson. Epperson, 11 at the time, created this treat that is beloved by children and adults alike by leaving a stirring stick in a drink mix outside on a record cold night. While grape is one of the most popular ﬂavors, the humble popsicle has gone gourmet. Check out at Steel City Pops at The Summit.
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Low and slow. Though it's an relatively inexpensive cut of beef, brisket connoisseurs know that properly cooking this cut of meat is an art. Our pick: Edley's Bar-B-Que Brisket Tacos.
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