Our Main Dining Room remains closed even as we open the Tavern and Nest for dinner starting June 17. The Dining Room will only be open to House Guests for breakfast starting July 1.
Main Dining Room Details
The Main Dining Room at Beaumont Inn features classic Kentucky cuisine and southern hospitality inside our historic 1845 building. In recognition for nearly 100 years and five generations of our family welcoming guests, we are very honored to receive the James Beard Foundation America’s Classic Award (read more about that). While guest attire in the Dining Room is not as casual at our Tavern, shorts are now allowed. Think dressy casual. Advance reservations are highly recommended.
On the menu, choose from a variety of our Traditional Beaumont Inn Classic Dishes, including Corn Pudding, Country Ham, and Fried Chicken. Many of the other dishes on the menu have long-standing positions including the two very Classic Starters, the Minted Grapefruit Juice and the Tomato Aspic Salad. The weekly Classic Beaumont Inn Vegetable will include favorites like Mock-Scalloped Oysters, Kentucky Green Rice, Candied Kershaw or Yellow Squash Soufflé. And don’t forget the General Robert E. Lee orange-lemon cake! See some of our recipes.
January-March Winter Hours: Friday lunch buffet, 11:30-1:30 pm; Friday night, 6:00-7:30 pm; Saturday night, 6:00-7:30 pm; Sunday brunch, 11:00 am -1:00 pm.
Sunday Brunch: Our popular Sunday brunch features Beaumont Inn’s favorites including cheese grits, eggs, bacon, fried chicken, Kentucky country ham, corn pudding, assorted vegetables and plenty of desserts! Brunch seating is available at 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, and 1:00 pm (reservations highly recommended).
Lunch: Come for a lunch buffet on Fridays from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. Reservations are recommended.
Dinner: Dining room reservations are recommended for the evening meal. Dinner is served Thursday through Saturday from 6:00 pm -7:30 pm (last seating). The kitchen stops serving food at 9 pm.
Call 1-800-352-3992 or 859-734-3381.
With recipes handed down through five generations, our house specialties include two-year-old Kentucky cured country ham (read more), yellow-legged fried chicken, and General Robert E. Lee orange-lemon cake (above).
Photo: Beaumont’s Legendary Corn Meal Batter Cakes with Brown Sugar Syrup – included in the complimentary breakfast for all overnight guests.
NOTE: There are NO dining options at Beaumont on Sunday evenings! We’ll be glad to recommend other nearby options.