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  • Second Sight Spirits
    Second Sight Spirits is named for the ability to glimpse the future. For Rick Couch and Carus Waggoner, the extrasensory talent perfectly describes the foresight that powers their artisan distillery. They sensed a void in the craft-liquor landscape and decided to fill it with artfully decorated bottles of rum and gin. Then, detecting a local need for tours and cocktails, they added a tasting room. As a former mechanical engineer and industrial designer, who together created the Cirque Du Soleil shows Love and Viva Elvis in Las Vegas, Rick and Carus have foresight in their blood. Their time in Vegas also taught them something about blending art and science. At Second Sight, they continue to blueprint, calculate, and build, melding physics and chemistry to craft great spirits just as they created theatrical spectacles.
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    301B Elm St
    Ludlow, KY US
  • Bj's Resturant and Brewhouse
    Bj's Resturant and Brewhouse serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Cincinnati's Springdale district. Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list. At this restaurant, everyone will find something they love — kids included! Or, take your grub to go. Take the car and arrive promptly to dinner; parking is plentiful, so don't worry about setting aside time to search for a space. Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at Bj's Resturant and Brewhouse. Don't put it off any longer, and give Bj's Resturant and Brewhouse a try. When you're in need of a casual night out, head to Bj's Resturant and Brewhouse and enjoy some great American classics. Make your way over to the highly-rated Bj's Resturant and Brewhouse and taste your way through some great American dishes.
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    11700 Princeton Pike
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Baker-Bird Winery
    When the sun sets on the Baker-Bird Winery, and its proprietors depart, the sturdy stone walls come to life, whispering stories across the expansive space. They rehash the 150-year history of the estate winery, which sheltered women and children during a key Civil War battle. Their tales outline the German immigration, which brought those wishing to cultivate a new life to the region to work the rich Kentucky soil. Then the sun rises, and the walls close their stony eyes, allowing the winery's history to speak for itself through guided tours. In the warm afternoon, groups wander amid framed historical photographs, documents, and wooden cabinets lined with wines, artisanal cheeses from Kentucky, and exotic chocolates. Because all proceeds from the sale of the wine goes to restoring the historic estate and supporting Kentucky farm families, visitors can feel that they’ve done a good deed without rescuing a cat from a tree and taking it to see the ocean for the first time.
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    4465 Augusta Chatham Rd.
    Augusta, KY US
  • Seymour Powersports
    Here you will find a wide selection of vehicles including scooters and mopeds and motorcycles that are both practical and exciting. Parking is easily accessible.
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    708 W Tipton St
    Seymour, IN US
  • Bear Wallow Distillery
    Bear Wallow Distillery's founders are so proud of their Indiana heritage, they make their whiskeys using only local grains. The Distillery's Farm-to-Fifth tour gives folks a behind-the-scenes look, including a visit to the old-fashioned copper stills. But the highlight of the tour comes at the end with the samples. Visitors also get the chance to try other distillery creations, including moonshine shake-ups with real fruit elixirs, and an Eat Your Whiskey food line featuring culinary creations made with the potent potable.
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    4484 Old Indiana 46
    Nashville, IN US
  • Wildside Winery
    Since 1997, Neil and Rachel Vasilakes have been growing fresh fruit on 30 acres of rolling farmland just a few miles south of Versailles. The winery was dubbed "Wildside" because of the abundance of wildflowers growing there and their minimal use of pesticides. Today they have over eleven acres of grapes, three acres of fruit trees and 1.5 acres of berries. Wildside Winery is on it's eleventh year as a Kentucky winery specializing in making quality wines from Kentucky grown grapes and fruit. They make over 20 wines in all styles from a range of dry reds, to white wines and sweeter fruit wines.Wildside also hosts music events, weddings, meetings, parties, and reunions.
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    5500 Troy Pike
    Versailles, KY US

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