The bar at The Village Idiot has 20 rotating draft beers. It's in a building that housed Lexington's first post office.
Trust Lounge at 123 W. Main Street makes good reuse of a Beaux Arts former bank.
This is the "detention bar" at Sabio in Dudley Square. The bar has daily wine specials and a menu separate from the restaurant.
Pulse, on Winchester Road, features drag shows and a wide variety of vodkas.
Henry Clay's Public House is situated, fittingly, in a building dating to 1805.
Lexington Beer Works opened in January. It offers home-brewing supplies and classes.
Rosetta on North Limestone prides itself on concoctions including the Rhubararita.
Shakespeare & Co., at Broadway and West Short Street, offers sidewalk dining.
West Sixth Brewing Co. is based in the Bread Box building on West Sixth Street.