When I arrived at the tap room to sample beers for this column I was greeted by a horde of some of the cutest dogs I’ve ever laid my eyes on. It’s difficult to be objective when you are surrounded by cute dogs, so you’ll have to excuse any excessive praise in this column.
“Why do you liberals always make everything about race?” If I had a dollar for every time I heard a conservative spew this nonsense I would probably be able to challenge Donald Trump in his hilarious attempt at the U.S. presidency.
West Sixth Brewing sports a high ceiling in the tap room and a indoor beer garden. It is attached to Smithtown Seafood that will bring the food you order into the brewery so you can eat while enjoying your beer.
In the first scene of Bill Pohlad’s “Love & Mercy,” we see the young Wilson (Paul Dano) sitting at his piano bench quietly talking to himself. To the audience it’s incessant muttering; to Wilson it’s just a necessary part of the process.
Every now and then Lexingtonians get tired of the same restaurants and eating the same types of food – tacos, pizza, burgers, fried chicken or Chinese. However, there is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant that is making a lot of noise and is relatively different from anything in the city.