Tag - Culinary Experiences

According to Travel + Leisure's 10 Best Places to Travel in February, "The small town atmosphere of Paducah, Kentucky would make a pleasant getaway, and its vintage architecture, natural beauty, and art might surprise first time visitors." Preview top ideas for winter activities in Paducah, and start planning your wintertime escape to celebrate the New Year, Mardi Gras, Valentine's Day and more!

Cynthia's Ristorante

Eat and drink your way across Paducah at bars and restaurants. | Cynthia's Ristorante

With dining rooms currently closed for indoor dining, Paducah restaurants continue offering carryout and delivery options. Get food and drink to go while supporting the many eateries, bakeries, bars, coffee shops and breweries that define the local flavor of Paducah, Kentucky!

Freight House Carryout

Support local restaurants and enjoy dining experiences packaged perfectly to go. | Photo: freight house

From homegrown to handcrafted, the Paducah Farmers’ Market introduces the rich agricultural and artistic traditions of Paducah, Kentucky and the Four Rivers Region. Meet Market Manager Molly Johnson for a behind-the-scenes look at this agritourism experience!

Peaches

Savor local flavor at the Paducah Homegrown Farmers' Market and new Mid-Week Market​.

Natural and urban landscapes across Paducah, Kentucky invite you to spend the day (or longer) in the great outdoors! This guide features activities to draw your family outside for learning and recreation, to the best spots for flavorful food and drink or a scenic stay.

Noble Park Paducah

Walk, run, bike, fish or picnic at Bob Noble Park, Paducah's largest city park.

Since opening freight house in 2015, chef Sara Bradley has been around the world and back sharing her passion for Paducah and farm-to-table Kentucky cuisine. You may know this talented creative from Bravo's Top Chef season 16, but there's so much more to her #PaducahCreativeCity story!

Sara Bradley Freight House

Chef Sara Bradley serves farm-to-table fare and crafted cocktails at the freight house.

Preservation-minded couple Ed and Meagan Musselman created a stir when they set out to restore the Art Deco architectural gem that was built by Luther Carson in 1939 as a Coca-Cola bottling plant. Envisioning a mixed use renovation, their creativity is shining through in this landmark building located at the heart of Paducah’s Midtown neighborhood.

Ed & Meagan Musselman - Coke Plant Paducah

Meet the Musselmans, the visionaries behind the revitalization of the Coke Plant.

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