Hey, y'all! Located just off of I65, you'll find Horse Cave, KY - one of my favorite communities in the entire Commonwealth of Kentucky. From Kentucky Down Under, to the Dutch Country Safari Park, to Hidden River Cave - there is an abundance of activities in Hart County! While visiting town, be sure to make dining plans at one of their local restaurants; on that note, I'm so excited to introduce y'all to Healthy-ish Bistro, the newest restaurant in Downtown Horse Cave.
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Healthy-ish Bistro: Horse Cave, KY
Healthy-ish is located in Downtown Horse Cave, just across the street from internally-acclaimed Hidden River Cave. The food is delicious and healthy... ish! Isn't that fun? They offer flatbreads, salads, shakes, specialty drinks, and desserts.
Their menu rotates, as they source fresh ingredients; as such, be sure to keep up with their social media to see what they are serving!
What We Ordered
We ordered the three flatbreads that were on the menu the week that we dined; I'm already excited to go back to try some of the new offerings!
Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo Flatbread: blackened chicken, mozzarella, parmesan, herbs, and an alfredo base
The Herbivore: tomato, green pepper, red onion, spinach, mozzarella, and a garlic parmesan base
The Omnivore: pepperoni, ham, tomato, red onion, mozzarella, and a garlic parmesan base
Visit Healthy-ish Bistro
108 E Main St, Horse Cave, KY 42749
About Hart County, KY
Hart County, located in South Central Kentucky, lies predominately within the central portion of the Pennyroyal region of the state. Nolin River forms the western boundary of the county and the Green River winds through the center. Hart County contains five of Kentucky’s ten largest springs, including Gorin Mill Spring, the largest in the state. Further, they are home to world-famous Hidden River Cave, part of Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky Down Under, and an award-winning trail system.
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