UK Art Museum Benefit Dinner with Vishwesh Bhatt

Food and art go together like peas and carrots. That was the conclusion two chef’s came up with last year over dinner. Both fueled with a special love for the Lexington community, Vishwesh Bhatt, a James Beard Award finalist and chef at Snackbar in Oxford, MS, and Jonathan Searle, executive chef at Lockbox, are putting on a benefit … Continued

Recipe: Odd Forester

In celebration of America’s Native Spirit, here’s a token from our bartenders – our unique take on the Old Pal, a vintage rye cocktail. Try this recipe at home, or order one at the Lockbox bar all September long. ODD FORESTER 2 oz Old Forester Signature Bourbon 1/2 oz Salers Apertif 1/2 oz Campari Dash … Continued

You want more Mimosas. We give you more Mimosas.

Lockbox is now serving bottomless Mimosas at brunch. You heard it correctly. This time honored tradition is a brunch must, so why not let the cup over-floweth? Most brunch experts probably know their way around a Mimosa pretty well, but for those of you who may be Mimosa-babies, here’s a Mimosa crash course. WHAT:  Just so … Continued

Bourbon Heritage Month Lobby Tastings

The US Senate was onto something when they dedicated thirty full days to honoring “America’s Native Spirit” and 21c Museum Hotels is ready to commence a month-long affair with Kentucky’s most favorite past time. Through the month of September, we are having some good friends join us in the 21c lobby to welcome you to … Continued

Fork + Bottle: 1792 Bourbon

THU 9.7.17 6:30pm $70 per person When it comes to Bourbon, joining the nation in celebrating Kentucky’s native spirit is a no-brainer. Especially, when that bourbon is from Bardstown based 1792 Bourbon and paired with an expertly crafted prix fix menu curated by executive chef Jonathan Searle. Join us for a Bourbon Heritage Month late summer feast with … Continued

The Kentucky Gent and Chef Jonathan Searle talk food at Lexington Farmer’s Market

“Before jetting off to Chicago last weekend I hit the road early one morning for a quick trip to the Lexington Farmers Market with Chef Jonathan Searle of Lockbox. Why? Mostly because I’m a glutton for punishment. But also because I’m attending a dinner he’s hosting for the Appalachian Food Summit.” Read full article…