“The Kentucky Native Cafe is a true urban oasis in the middle of downtown Lexington.
Get ready. This is the coolest concept for a restaurant that I have ever been to. It’s my new favorite place to go while visiting family, and I would go all the time if I lived closer. The Kentucky Native Cafe…”
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I have to agree with everything she says (and what great photos)!
This open-air restaurant is where we went for my daughter’s “Farewell to Kentucky” dinner on her last day in Lexington. Kentucky Native Cafe is part of Michler’s (Florist, Greenhouses & Garden Design) and is located at the rear of their complex. Michler’s is a Lexington institution, dating to 1900.
Dine and relax in our urban oasis. Kentucky Native Café features local craft beer, fine cheese, and bright herbs to entice your senses.
Walking into Kentucky Native Cafe for the first time had a magical feel, with fairy lights illuminating a soft spring evening. It reminded me of visits to the marvelous Vishalla in Ahmedabad, India. Vishalla is also an open-air restaurant and recreates the feel of a typical Indian village.
Our one big regret? That we didn’t know about the Kentucky Native Cafe until my daughter’s last day in town! We would have added it to our list of favorite places to eat.