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Review for Sully's Saloon wrote by Sully's
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Comments: Best bar ever. I want to name my first born either Sully or Keith Johnson.
Review for Champps Americana wrote by Anonymous
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Pros: Great Happy Hour Offering and always has a daily promotion. Their MVP rewards card is free and awesome. FREE cheeseburger to just sign up for it
Cons: Tough location. Hard to find.
Review for Mosaic Nightclub and Lounge wrote by Anonymous
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Pros: Sexy bartenders and servers!
Comments: Best night of my life!!
Review for Tengo Sed Cantina wrote by shyann
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Pros: Awesome place to drink and hae fun with your friends!
Comments: So many people!
Review for Sully's Restaurant & Saloon wrote by Hope
Rating: Half Rating1111
Cons: sloppy
Review for The Sports & Social Club wrote by Tobi
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Pros: 50+ tv's
Cons: Too many UK fans...lol
Comments: Fried Pickles are AMAZING

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Georgetown, Kentucky is a beautiful town located right off of the I-75 expressway just north of Lexington. Georgetown is a wonderful mix of the past and present. Easily accessible from the highway you will find a variety of malls and shopping areas offering every product and brand you can imagine. Past the shopping malls you enter into the heart of Georgetown. Main Street is filled with quaint antique shops and boutiques. The historic buildings are surrounded by a beautiful neighborhood that makes you think of the "good ole' days". Not far outside of town you can visit Ward Hall and beautiful Colonial style mansion that has been converted into a historical museum. Ward Hall is also is the burial place of a famous race horse. Georgetown is right in the heart of horse country. The out lying areas of the city are lush green pastures and home to many horses, many who train for the Derby. Once you go to Georgetown you will find it harder and harder to leave. Once you have walked the streets of downtown and talked to the super friendly people you will not be able to imagine visiting any where else. The history and charm of this town can not be matched.

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