Dining out leaves you with a full stomach, fond memories, and pockets full of restaurant smell to take home to your kids. Enjoy appetizing aromas with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $25 worth of gourmet American lunch cuisine
- $20 for $40 worth of gourmet American dinner cuisine
Lunches bloom into being with burgers dressed in crisp bacon and bourbon-barbecue sauce ($8.99) or plates of pasta primavera with seasonal vegetables ($8.49). Dinner guests dig into a crispy plate of rosemary chicken in a lemon sauce ($16) or a Kentucky-style baked "Hot Brown" with sliced turkey, bacon, and tomato served on toast points and smothered in a signature sauce ($14).
Bell House Restaurant
When a bell tolls across Shelbyville, stomachs rumble. Hungry diners who follow the chime find themselves at Bell House Restaurant, a stately, recently renovated pink house where the centuries-old bell—originally part of the city's firehouse—faithfully heralds lunch and dinner each day. Once guests are inside, owner Sue Andriot or one of her experienced hosts cheerfully leads them to seats in one of the cavernous manor's four dining rooms. Sue and her husband, Bob, designed the restaurant's interior themselves, drawing from years of decorating experience to transform the rooms into rustic, Tuscan-style dining halls, where vibrant paintings speckle the walls and vases of fresh flowers sit on every table.
Once seated, dinner guests nibble freshly baked bread and sip glasses of fine wine while the aromas of rosemary, lemon, and garlic waft around them. In the kitchen, Executive Chef Tracy Gibson folds fresh ingredients into savory pasta and fine French- and Italian-inspired specialties. She extends her culinary expertise to American favorites such as the Cajun blackened chicken and Henry Bain pork. Seasonal flavors characterize the dessert menu, with warm apple cake making an appearance in the fall and cheesecake making an appearance when the moon explodes each summer.
94% of 263 customers recommend
“Oh, my! My husband's Prime Rib was the best he's ever hand! And, my Hot Brown was better than the Brown Hotel's in Louisville and that's where it originated!...”
“Oh, my! My husband's Prime Rib was the best he's ever hand! And, my Hot Brown was better than the Brown Hotel's in Louisville and that's where it originated! Wonderful service and ambience, too! My new #1 favorite restaurant!”
“The food is great and the staff very helpful, attentative, and polite. Everything was great!”
“Awesome food and service!”