About local feed
Located just steps from the heart of town and blocks from Georgetown College, Local Feed is surrounded by Georgetown's bright history. The historic building was originally constructed in the 1890's as the ice house, across the street from Royal Spring, where Elijah Craig is said to have pulled water to first make bourbon. Local Feed prides itself with a scratch farm to table concept, an ever growing bourbon list and fantastic craft cocktails.
CLOSED MONDAY | TUESDAY-SUNDAY OPEN AT 4 | SATURDAY & SUNDAY BRUNCH 11-2
BAR CAN SERVE UNTIL MIDNIGHT DAILY | HAPPY HOUR NIGHTLY 4-6 AND 9-CLOSE
RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED - PLEASE CALL TO BOOK YOUR TABLE!
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
Perfect for the holidays or any special gift. Call or come by and see us!
SEED TO FEED DINNER SERIES
Local Feed’s Justin Thompson, Georgetown/Scott County Tourism Commission, LM Communications and Kentucky Proud present the Seed to Feed dinner series this June-October. The monthly dinner series consists of five events in unique locations throughout Georgetown with complementary décor and menus prepared by top chefs from the region.
Proceeds and donations will be designated to these Scott County charities: Ward Hall Preservation Foundation, Yuko-En on the Elkhorn, Royal Spring Park (Parks and Rec), and Old Friends Retired Thoroughbred Farm.Register Now
214 S Water St.
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PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS