Holly Hill Inn, 426 N. Winter St. in Midway, has extended dinner and lunch hours and a new menu for April. The restaurant is now open at 5:30 p.m. for dinner Wednesday through Saturday. Lunch hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and for brunch 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Chef Ouita Michel's menu will include Eileen O'Donahue's KyLamb, greens and garlic from Berries on Bryan and Rivercrest Farm eggs, chicken and rabbit. Call for reservations, (859) 846-4732 or go to Hollyhillinn.com.
■ The chefs at Wallace Station Deli, 3854 Old Frankfort Pike just outside Midway, are creating bacon, lettuce and tomato menu specials to celebrate National BLT Month in April. Through Sunday specials include the fried oyster BLT, with fried oysters, citrus mayo and Pops' Pickles; a breakfast BLT wrap with egg, sriracha mayo and Bluegrass Aquaponics spring mix; and a BLT Soup. Watch Wallace Station's Facebook page for BLT specials throughout the month. Call (859) 846-5161, or go to Wallacestation.com.
■ Starting in April, Brontë Bistro will be open at 8 a.m. for breakfast. For the month, the bistro will feature a Keeneland-esque menu, with recipes from Beyond the Fence. If you buy something from the special menu, you get 25 percent off the cookbook.
■ Greentree Tea Room, 521 W. Short St., will have on its April menu spring vegetable soup; blueberry scone with blueberry curd and Fayette cream; hot brown; chicken salad, cucumber with Parmesan and olive nut tea sandwiches; lemon cupcakes, strawberry pannacotta and chocolate truffles; and spring blend tea. Reservations required; (859) 455-9660.
■ Lexington Farmers Market has its spring kick-off this weekend. Saturday, at the Cheapside Pavilion on Main Street, Kentucky Proud farmers will have locally produced food, live music, kids' activities, and free samples. On Sunday, the kick-off party will continue with the first Southland Drive market of the year, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
■ Keeneland opens this weekend for the spring meet. Today, the craft beer tent will be in the Paddock Area, but on Saturday it returns to the North Terrace with a special selection of beers, including Blue Stallion, Country Boy, Fat Tire, Kentucky Ale, Land Shark, Shock Top, Sierra Nevada, Sweetwater and Woodchuck Hard Cider.
Also on Saturday, Sunrise Trackside offers activities for all ages beginning at 7 a.m., including Breakfast with the Works, a Southern-style breakfast and trackside commentary while horses train on the main track, until 8:30 a.m.
■ Woodford Reserve has released the 2015 Kentucky Derby commemorative bottle, featuring artwork from equine artist Carole Andreen-Harris. The commemorative liter-size bottle will be available in early April for about $43.99.
■ Natasha's Bistro & Bar, 112 Esplanade Alley, will have an Easter brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. Entrees include prime rib with a side of rosemary au jus, herbed home fries, marshmallow maple yams and grilled asparagus or honey-glazed pecan crusted salmon with risotto primavera, candied yams and grilled asparagus. Also, vegetarian quiche nicoise. For dessert, there will be chocolate fountains, one with milk chocolate and one with dark chocolate, and fruit for dipping.