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    Posted December 6, 2012 by
    Versailles, Kentucky
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    100 places to eat like a local

    The Epitome of Central Kentucky's Horse Country

    Wallace Station is the epitome of Central Kentucky's horse country. Expect to rub elbows with farm hands and millionaire owners alike (you usually can't tell the difference). The menu consists of simple sandwiches, salads and burgers, but with a local twist. One of my favorites is the Guy Fieri-approved Big Brown burger; although, the Inside Out Hot Brown is pretty spectacular. Of course the ingredients are as local as possible. Even the flour comes from nearby Weisenberger Mill!

    If you have been tramping over horse farms all day, don't feel obligated to dress up. Your boots, overalls or whatever you feel comfortable in, will be just fine. If the weather is cooperating, sit outside on one of the many picnic tables. Listen carefully because you may pick up a bet tip or two for Keeneland, the local racetrack.

    It's southern. It's fresh. It's horse country. It doesn't get much more Americana.
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