Mark Wombles, left, and beekeeper Bryan Proffitt checked the rooftop hives at Gratz Park Inn. Wombles is the chef at Distilled, the hotel's restaurant.
Mark Wombles, left, and beekeeper Bryan Proffitt checked the rooftop hives at Gratz Park Inn. Wombles is the chef at Distilled, the hotel's restaurant. Lexington Herald-Leader
Mark Wombles, left, and beekeeper Bryan Proffitt checked the rooftop hives at Gratz Park Inn. Wombles is the chef at Distilled, the hotel's restaurant. Lexington Herald-Leader

Gratz Park Inn bees working on sweet dining treat

July 07, 2015 09:42 AM

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