Wallace Station, along Old Frankfort Pike in Woodford County in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass horse country, is on the National Register of Historic Places as a surviving example of a small railroad community. They are also located on the bourbon trail!! When you step inside it feels like an old-time country store.
Wallace Station was named after Caleb Wallace, an appellate court judge who settled in Woodford County on the banks of South Elkhorn Creek around 1785 and owned a large estate on Old Frankfort Pike, near the Wallace area.
Nestled in horse farm heaven on Highway67 between Versailles and Midway, this hole in the wall restaurant has pure deliciousness on the menu. They currently offer carryout, curbside pickup and limited delivery. They’ve added a bunch of picnic tables for you to be able to eat on-site and maintain a social distance.
Wallace Station pays great attention to the quality of their generous portions of fresh and tasty food. They also support the local community by buying all of their flours from the local Weisenberger Mill and their baked goods come from Midway Bakery.
We popped in for Fried Chicken Monday and had the option of a half chicken, leg & thigh, one breast or two, coupled with two seasonal sides and a biscuit.
Dinner Specials: Monday – Fried Chicken Dinner, Wednesday – Meatloaf Dinner, Thursday – Shrimp & Grits, Friday – Fish Fry.