Patio dining is the perfect way to support many of Bowling Green's unique, local restaurants and have more room to spread out. From fine dining and brunch to pizza and hot dogs, you'll find the
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Tuesday, July 14, 2020 9:00 AM by Beth Noffsinger
Road trips continue to drive tourism in Kentucky, and the Bowling Green, Owensboro, & Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureaus have teamed up to help inspire travel to western Kentucky on an
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 4:00 PM by Beth Noffsinger
Social distancing is key to help slow the spread of Covid-19, and we highly encourage people to embrace the philosophy that staying in is the new going out. Here are a few ways to virtually experience
Thursday, November 14, 2019 4:00 PM by Beth Noffsinger
The holidays are a wonderful time to visit Bowling Green, as the community comes to life with Christmas and seasonal cheer. Keep reading for a few holiday highlights, and then head over to our Holiday
We were thrilled to learn that Tennessee Valley Uncharted, a public television show that says it explores unique locations, techniques and traditions across the seven state region known as the
Saturday, June 1, 2019 8:00 AM by Beth Noffsinger
Wow Now Brownie Cow. … Cherry Althea. … Big Red Rumble. … Those are just three delicious flavors to entice you to visit Chaney’s Dairy Barn! June is the perfect month to visit the farm since it’s
The following post is courtesy of guest blogger and food influencer JC Phelps. Learn more about him at the end of the article!
Bowling Green, Kentucky — the land of Corvettes, the inspiration for the
If you're looking for a place to eat on Thanksgiving Day — whether your traveling through BG en route to your holiday festivities this weekend or just don't feel like cooking for Thanksgiving — we've
Nothing screams summer like a delicious scoop of ice cream — and June is National Dairy Month — so we decided it was a good time to celebrate the delectable dairy dessert in our latest BGKY Eats!
While many people visit Bowling Green for our caves and Corvettes, it’s our cuisine that we are celebrating in 2018. The Kentucky Department of Tourism declared this the "Year of Kentucky Food", and