The Old Talbott Tavern

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Established in the late 1700s this American Revolution-era rest stop was where pioneers traveling westward would park for the night. Considered the oldest western stagecoach stop it has seen a few historical figures come through its doors - including Stephen Collins Foster, a very young Abraham Lincoln, and Andrew Jackson. Its location on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail ensures that visitors will have over 200 distilled corn liquors to choose from at the bar. (Submitted by Anthony Von Plinsky)

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