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Buy Local Participants

Hungry? Visit a Buy Local Restaurant Today! These Buy Local participants confirm their commitment to serving local food and supporting Kentucky’s farm families.


Click the restaurant button below to see a full listing and learn more. (*) designates lifetime honorees that have graduated from the program. They have been honored for their commitment to Kentucky farm families and Kentucky direct farm impact food purchases.

  • The Sage Rabbit: A Farm-to-table Casual Eatery
    Co-owner Chef John Foster partners with Kentucky Proud® farms like Elmwood Stock Farm and Blue Moon Farm to create seasonal, from-scratch dishes.
    Courtesy of Fayette County Farm Bureau.
  • Epping’s on Eastside Keeps a Local-first Mindset
    Executive Chef and Owner Cole Arimes strives to keep ingredients as local as possible, sourcing from Weisenberger Mills, Sunwatch Homestead, and Butler Farms.
    Courtesy of Fayette County Farm Bureau.
  • Honeywood Restaurant in Lexington Sources Local
    Honeywood’s Executive Chef Josh Smouse sources local produce and proteins from our Kentucky farmers, including Three Springs Farm.
    Courtesy of Fayette County Farm Bureau and Scott D. Hayes Productions.
  • Doodles Breakfast & Lunch Serves Up Local Food
    Doodles’ owners Chef Melissa A. Jackson and CJ Pritt source as many ingredients as possible from Kentucky farms, such as Clark Family Farm which supplies their farm fresh eggs.
    Courtesy of Fayette County Farm Bureau.
  • Louvino: Small Plates with Big Local Flavors
    Chef Tavis Rockwell reveals secrets to some of his favorite small plates at Louvino in Louisville. Taste local Kentucky flavors from Garey Farms which provides their fresh pork, chickens, eggs and heirloom tomatoes.
    Courtesy of Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs.