At Nick Ryan's Saloon on  Jefferson Street, one of the signature drinks is the Kentucky pain killer. It's made with bourbon, rye whiskey, port,  sweet vermouth, white crème de cacao and Aperol for a hint of orange bitters.
At Nick Ryan's Saloon on Jefferson Street, one of the signature drinks is the Kentucky pain killer. It's made with bourbon, rye whiskey, port, sweet vermouth, white crème de cacao and Aperol for a hint of orange bitters. Angela Baldridge
At Nick Ryan's Saloon on Jefferson Street, one of the signature drinks is the Kentucky pain killer. It's made with bourbon, rye whiskey, port, sweet vermouth, white crème de cacao and Aperol for a hint of orange bitters. Angela Baldridge

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