The Jean Farris Winery offers visitors a complete experience of wining and dining in Lexington. The restaurant-cum-winery produces its wine on the premises. Most of the produce that is used in the lip-smacking dishes served here is also produced on the farm. These are perfectly complemented by the wine, beer and other spirits made and served here. Since the restaurant is dependent on the farmyard, the dishes serve here are influenced by the seasons of the year. This also ensures fresh and healthy produce on the tables here. A visit here is like a culinary journey through Kentucky, exploring both its food and drink. Visitors can even enjoy a wine and cheese evening at the vineyard.
Jean Farris Winery Travel Tips
- Happy hour timings – 3pm to 6pm.
- Dinner timings – 5pm to 9pm
Jean Farris Winery Hours
- Open only from Thursday to Sunday.
How to Reach Jean Farris Winery
- You can hire a car or taxi to get here.
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Jean Farris Winery Reviews & Ratings
Jean Farris is one of our favorite places to visit for a quiet date night or to celebrate special occasions with friends and family. We love the atmosphere and always find staff to be helpful and friendly. The menu never disappoints with a variety of seasonal specialties and the wine selection is fabulous! We will be back again and again. It just feels like home.
Visited for a quick wine and appetizer with a friend and we mostly loved the view of the countryside. Would love to return to try other menu items, but what we had was very good. The wine was just so-so.
Jean Farris is a fantastic atmosphere and dog friendly to boot!! Exquisite food and spirits along with beautiful sunset views!! I highly recommend stopping out for a mind bending dining experience!!
Went there for an afternoon. Very relaxing. Staff took good care of us. Enjoyed the visit. Cheese plate to die for!
JOKE! Do not waste your money. Wannabe fine dining. Mother’s Day was a disaster. wilted warm salad, micro size dinner portions, salmon was edible but tasteless. The strict limit on day old dinner rolls for a $40 plate was disappointing, the cheesecake was still frozen which lead me to believe it came out of a box before even tasting it. After tasting I regretfully concluded that I have had better out of a box. My wife and I were $152.00 in the hole after this “fine dining” experience and left this place still hungry. I would not recommend dining here unless you are masochistic. Not to mention that the day after I am feeling sick to the stomach as is several members of my family.