Posts Tagged: Grant County

El Jalisco Mexican Restaurant – Diner, Grant County

El Jalisco Mexican Restaurant – 4 Skyway Dr, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-4777
Very friendly service but could refill drinks a little faster and check on table once food is served. Steak was wrong and had to wait 10+ minutes to send it back to go back on the grill. Food was good. after steak was finished cooking it was good. Not a fan on white sauce for chips. It’s not cheese. Kind of sweet ranch thing. Good for other stuff not chips..

Casa Martini – Restaurant, Grant County

Casa Martini – 90 Blackburn Ln, Dry Ridge, KY 41035, USA – +1 859-903-2038
I’m so glad I gave this place another chance. The first week they were open was rough and we swore we’d never go back. I’m glad we did. We frequent this place now and I try something different every time and love it.

Grant County Middle School – College, Grant County

Grant County Middle School – 305 School Rd, Dry Ridge, KY 41035, USA – +1 859-824-7161

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store – Restaurant, Grant County

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store – 1131 Fashion Ridge Rd, Dry Ridge, KY 41035, USA – +1 859-823-0273
Great location for RVer’s stopping overnight. The shopping center parking lot they’re located in is practically deserted making it ideal for our Class A and toad to park. The food was good as a Cracker Barrel should be. Would definitely stop and eat here again.

Total Care Pharmacy #4 – Drug Store, Grant County

Total Care Pharmacy #4 – 700 Violet Rd, Crittenden, KY 41030, USA – +1 859-428-0900
The people there are great never have problem always nice

Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs LLC – Restaurant, Grant County

Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs LLC – 1402 N Main St, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-4400
It took a while for us to finally stop here, and boy was I thrilled! A Chicago born girl freaking out over Kentucky pizza! These guys are on point with EVERYTHING! Great staff, really nice owner, beautiful outdoor patio, and great seating throughout the building. The buffet is delicious, nothing but the best! I also had their baked lasagna, which was really great. Looking forward to steak nights (Rib eye on the grill with all the fixings for $14). Everyone raves about this one. They do live music outside, plenty of specials, and can’t beat the southern hospitality! New favorite place. Don’t forget to try one of their dessert pizzas before you go. Janice took care of us last time, and she’s great fun! One of their many wonderful servers!

J.B. Miller Lake – Lake, Grant County

J.B. Miller Lake – Waterworks Rd Waterworks Rd, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 859-824-3606
well, what can I say… so much potential for this park! Upon entering, a downhill slope was muddy and rutted and hard to find footing. Once at the lake, there was a short section of cut grass that allowed for easy travel, but once I tried to circumnavigate the lake, it became too overgrown to go through, with all sorts of low growth that touched and pricked and cut into my beautiful legs. 😉 I could only make it 1/8 of the way around before realizing I needed to turn back. With some TLC, this could be a gem of a park, but much needs to be done to get it there.

Kentucky Department of Parks – State Park, Grant County

Kentucky Department of Parks – 221 Gardnersville Rd, Crittenden, KY 41030, USA – +1 859-428-2262
The only thing I have ever gone to Lloyd’s Wildlife Refuge for was to shoot. And it is a terrific place to do that! I’ve been to the rifle range, and it is very good. And I have been skeet shooting there, and they have a terrific facility for that as well. It did not make me shoot any better though.:-)

Cheek’s Auto Repair – Car Repair, Grant County

Cheek’s Auto Repair – 1430 Rogers Rd, Crittenden, KY 41030, USA – +1 859-428-0076

Speedway – Car Wash, Grant County

Speedway – 70 Broadway St, Dry Ridge, KY 41035, USA – +1 859-823-0012

Frisch’s Big Boy – Restaurant, Grant County

Frisch’s Big Boy – 1000 Fashion Ridge Rd, Dry Ridge, KY 41035, USA – +1 859-824-8870
Very clean, friendly staff, delicious well-kept breakfast bar. My dear husband had a huge burger. Very delightful atmosphere. We will definitely come again. Forget long lines at other places. Big Boy lives up to their fame!

Snappy Tomato Pizza – Restaurant, Grant County

Snappy Tomato Pizza – 118 School Rd, Dry Ridge, KY 41035, USA – +1 859-824-7627
Very slow with deliveries. Have had to wait an hour and 1/2 before. Have been lied to when I call and ask where my food is. Almost always forget part of my delivery or get it wrong. I love the food but can’t deal with the issues.

McDonald’s – Diner, Grant County

McDonald’s – 10 Blackburn Ln, Dry Ridge, KY 41035, USA – +1 859-824-6249
I live in Dry Ridge and have lived here for the past 7 years and for that seven years minus the time that the building was under construction what their rebuild I’ve been ordering from there, the food is good but the service it’s not so good, I very seldom get in order back to me correctly there is always something missing weather it be dipping sauce or a fry missing or a burger or two, it’s usually always the case with this establishment. Yet I still order from there repetitively if they could get my order correct then I will give a better rating until then it gets to 2-star from me….

Boltz Lake – Lake, Grant County

Boltz Lake – Bolz Lake, Kentucky 41035, USA –
Nice lake and it is well kept. The people
Who do the cleaning deserve a raise.

Ark Encounter – Museum, Grant County

Ark Encounter – 1 Ark Encounter Dr, Williamstown, KY 41097, USA – +1 855-284-3275
Great experience overall. We spent all day there from open to close. Getting a wheel chair took forever, and that system was not disability friendly. Getting through the ark itself took a couple of hours and was very rewarding. We ate at the buffet, which was nice but crowded. There were tons of choices for all different food preferences. Being vegetarian and gluten sensitive, I found plenty to eat. My kids loved the camel ride, mining for fossils, and kangaroo petting. We got to see Ken Ham speak, which enhanced the experience. I’d recommend getting there as soon as it opens to take in everything. You can take the shuttle and get in the park area for free, without a ticket. There is so much to do, that if we had more time we might have gone back for the outside stuff. As it was, we felt we did everything we wanted in a day.