Lexington Barbecue Legends Tour
- A Selection of Lexington’s Best Barbecue Restaurants
- Three Days & Two Nights hotel accommodations (includes all taxes and service charges)
Your Preference – Hertz Rental Car for 2 days (includes Never Lost GPS and LDW insurance) or Enterprise Rental Car
Holiday Inn – The Vineyards
Courtyard Marriott Salisbury
Contact – 336-956-7774 or email Info@FlyHighLexington.com
101 West Center St. Extension
Opened in 1962 and is sometimes called “Lexington #1” or “The Honey Monk” – served President Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and others at a Presidential State Dinner
4014 Linwood-Southmont Rd.
Opened in 1984 and is known for its 20 oz. sirloin steak and skin sandwiches
900 North Main St.
Opened in 1955 and is known for its huge banana splits
366 Valiant Drive
Opened in the late 1960s and is the only restaurant serving beef brisket and pork
917 Winston Rd.
Opened in 2002 with a rich history in barbecue
1101 South Main St.
Opened in 1972 and was featured in several Southern Living magazine
1317 Winston Road
Opened in the 1930s as Tussey’s Barbecue, Featured in Southern Living magazine
* Lexington Barbecue, Speedy’s, Smokey Joe’s and the Barbecue Center are closed on Sundays
All tours and rates are subject to availability and change. Please contact Fly High Lexington to verify and reserve.