Business

January 6, 2013 12:00 AM

Once-popular Lexington restaurants live on elsewhere

Have a hankering for a dish from Jozo's Bayou Gumbo or Yats? Perhaps a grilled cheese from Ed and Fred's Desert Moon? And what about that wood-roasted chicken from Kenny Rogers Roasters or a trip to the salad bar at Darryl's? These once-popular Lexington restaurants continue to live on elsewhere; their owners have either moved on and started anew, or their parent company still has some remaining locations. You don't need a time machine to find them, you just need a car, or, in the case of Kenny Rogers Roasters, a plane.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

James E. Pepper Distilling Co. 01:00

James E. Pepper Distilling Co.

Goodfellas Pizzeria coming to Pepper 00:26

Goodfellas Pizzeria coming to Pepper

Brown-Forman introduces new bourbon Coopers' Craft 01:36

Brown-Forman introduces new bourbon Coopers' Craft

Cabela's Lexington store preview 00:47

Cabela's Lexington store preview

A first look inside Lockbox restaurant 08:41

A first look inside Lockbox restaurant

Super Bowl ads - by the numbers 02:51

Super Bowl ads - by the numbers

Preview: 2016 Super Bowl commercials 00:48

Preview: 2016 Super Bowl commercials

Three-run double sparks Scott County to tourney win 00:17

Three-run double sparks Scott County to tourney win

Henry Clay celebrates comeback victory 00:14

Henry Clay celebrates comeback victory

Governor welcomes attendees to Alltech conference 01:59

Governor welcomes attendees to Alltech conference

First Race At High Hope 00:41

First Race At High Hope

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos