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Restaurant Profile: Chapeze House

If you're trying to find ideas for the holidays, be it a new place to take your family for a great meal or a gift to put under the tree, why not try something out of the ordinary? Chapeze House is a family style restaurant in Bardstown, KY is less than an hour drive away in bourbon distillery country.

Chapeze House is a beautiful mansion built around the turn of the 19th century, and built by a French officer who had come to the US to fight for General George Washington in the Revolutionary War. After the war he built the Chapeze house and served as a doctor in Bardstown. His grandsons went on to found Chapeze distillery in Clermont, which today is home to one of Jim Beam's Distillery's.

Dinner is served at 8pm everyday, but if you can arrive early, you can experience one of the house flights or one of your own liking. Flights range in price from  $20-35 and include a taste of 5 different bourbons. If you prefer, you can always just have on the rocks of course! Plan to arrive by 6:30 if you wish to enjoy this. Dinner itself is served family style and includes pork chops from the grill, cole slaw, potato salad, corn on the cob, green beans, and corn bread, accompanies with iced tea of course. For dessert bourbon is featured in a bourbon chocolate sauce over vanilla ice cream.

Chapeze House has been featured on Paula Dean and the Travel Channel, so go check out this hidden gem just down the road a little. It's a quaint little town if you have the chance to spend the day there, or just check out Chapeze House for cocktails and dinner! 

Make sure you call by 2pm the day of your visit to Chapeze House so the Colonel and Mary Sue Masters are ready for you! Call them at 800-704-4917 or 502-507-8338 or email them at . Chapeze House is located at 107 East Stephen Foster Avenue, Bardstown, Kentucky 40004.@kentuckyshomeforbourbon.com>

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