Enjoy sipping fine Bourbon in front of a fire pit under the historic covered platform in the birth-place of all Bourbons …Bourbon County!
Trackside Restaurant and Bourbon Bar, LLC, is located in the fully-restored historic 1882 Paris, Kentucky Train Depot. Trackside celebrates everything that makes Paris and Bourbon County great, Horses, History and Hospitality offering seasonal Kentucky fare. Trackside hours are Wednesday - Saturday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. and Sunday Brunch 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Reservations for large parties are not required, although helpful. Please call us at 859-340-3010. We offer a comfortable home style Kentucky kitchen fare with reasonable prices and fresh local produce whenever possible.
Our lunch menu includes our traditional Trackside Hot Brown an open-faced sandwich with smoked turkey, Browning’s Country Ham, cheese sauce, topped with bacon and cherry tomatoes. Other lunch menu items include our Trackside Hamburger, Club Sandwich, Chicken Salad and Chef Salad. For our in and out lunch crowd, we also offer our Fast Track Soup Beans and cornbread. Friday selections include a Chef’s Choice fish special. Chicken livers also seem to be a crowd favorite. Our standard side items include green beans, mashed potatoes, French fries and side salads.
Seasonally our side items will rotate with availability such as, mixed greens, sugar snap peas and old some old-time traditional Kentucky salads.
Trackside dinner menu includes three steak choices a Filet, Ribeye, and often Saturday Night Prime Rib. Our signature fried chicken and chef Salads are served with side items choices of green beans, mashed potatoes, French fries, side salads. Trackside offers a Friday night fish special routinely.
Chef Wheeler creates a variety of dinner specials which often include, Lamb Fries, Chicken Livers, Chicken Fried Steak, Salmon, Blackened Grilled Chicken and Pastas.
The beautiful Trackside Bourbon Bar showcases many of the Kentucky’s award-winning Bourbons. Enjoy sipping fine Bourbon in front of a fire pit under the historic covered platform in the birth-place of all Bourbons …Bourbon County! While in Paris, visit some of the world famous and most revered Thoroughbred Breeding and Racing Horse Farms.