Missy’s Pie Shop moves to new location

missyspiesFor more than two decades, thousands of cream pies with “mile-high” meringue,  and fruit and pecan pies with tender pastry crusts, have been created in a tiny shop on Woodland Avenue. Missy’s Pie Shop has now moved across the street to 502 East High Street so there’s more elbow room for rolling and crimping dough.
With modern equipment, we can’t imagine how much more delightful the pies will taste. The new location has seating for customers and is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. You’ll want to place your Thanksgiving order soon because even with the additional space, the bakers are still limited on time. They make pies for all of the Ramsey’s Diners. Go to Missyspieshop.com or call (859) 253-0449.

For the holiday

Hanna’s on Lime, 214 South Limestone, will serve its annual pre-Thanksgiving lunch on Wednesday.  The special consists of turkey, dressing, fresh cranberries, and one side dish for $8.25.
Parking is available in the adjacent lot. Call (859) 252-6264 or go to Hannasonlime.com.
Red State BBQ, 4020 Georgetown Road, is taking orders for smoked turkeys for Thanksgiving. Pickup is available anytime up until 9 p.m. Nov. 27. Call (859) 233-7898 or go to Redstatebbq.com. Smoked ribs are the special on Friday night at Red State.
Ted’s Montana Grill,  2304 Sir Barton Way, will be open on Thanksgiving Day, serving a three-course meal. Included are choice of side salad, cup of creamy tomato soup or bison chili; whole-roasted turkey and gravy;  garlic mashed potatoes; herb dressing; green beans; squash casserole; cranberry sauce; and apple pecan crisp. Cost is $25 a person. Children’s meals are $12. Call (859) 263-5228 or go to Tedsmontanagrill.com.
Clawdaddy’s, 128 North Broadway, has added holiday specials to its menu.  Individual lobster pot pie and lobster mac and cheese are now available, along with family sized portions for holiday meals. Call (859) 258-2529 or go to Clawdaddys.net.
■ Chipotle Mexican Grill will cater your holiday meals through Dec. 31. Chipotle Catering offers a taco and burrito bowl spread that can be ordered with two or three meats and sides. For smaller catering orders, Chipotle offers a Burritos by the Box option which allows customers to mix and match their choice of chicken, steak, carnitas, barbacoa or vegetarian burritos. Go to Chipotle.com/catering.

Events

■ Matt and Laurie Preston of Lexington decided to give up an extra pair of pre-sale reserved seats to see The Avett Brothers in concert at Rupp Arena on Nov. 23, to raise money for The Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass.
Matt Preston approached Bourbon n’ Toulouse and West Sixth Brewing Company to see if they would donate gift certificates or merchandise as extra prizes for the raffle. Kevin Heathcoat, co-owner of Bourbon n’ Toulouse, said the restaurant will give $2  off any meal when a patron purchases a raffle ticket on Friday. Call Matt Preston at (859) 940-2567,or Heathcoat at (859) 797-5087, or go to Ilovecajun.com/Avett.html.  The drawing for the concert tickets will be Thursday at Bourbon n’ Toulouse, 829 Euclid Avenue.

TAI on Rye, the pop-up Jewish deli at Temple Adath Israel, returns Sunday after taking a year off. In addition to New York-style pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, kosher hot dogs and freshly made chopped liver, the deli menu includes a new half sandwich/soup option featuring homemade vegetable barley soup. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Temple Adath Israel is at 124 North Ashland Avenue. Go to Lextai.org.
Furlong’s, 130 West Tiverton Way,  is having a “Wise Dan” party on Saturday to celebrate the last two years of reigning Horse of the Year Wise Dan. The party starts at 5 p.m. and live entertainment begins at 7 p.m. Guests will be trainer Charlie  Lopresti  and farrier Steve Norman. Call (859) 523-5500.
MonTea, Lexington’s only shop dedicated to tea, will celebrate its fourth anniversary on Friday. The store will serve free cake and tea and unveil its holiday line of teas. MonTea is at 814 Euclid Avenue. Call (859) 268-8327 or go to Monteashop.com.
■  Elvis tribute artist Ronnie Miller will perform at Equus Run Vineyards, 1280 Moores Mill Road in Midway, on Nov. 22.  Doors open at 6 p.m. with $5 wine tastings until 6:45 p.m., with dinner and show starting at 7 p.m. Cost is $45.  Call (859) 846-9463  or go to Equusrunvineyards.com.
Holly Hill Inn, 426 North Winter Street in Midway, will hold its sixth annual classic cassoulet dinner on Sunday. Guest chef Clay McClure of Lexington will assist in preparing the dinner, which requires more than two weeks of preparation. Clay apprenticed under French master chef Jean-Robert de Cavel at the Maisonette in Cincinnati. Dinner, at 7 p.m., costs $45. Call (859) 846-4732 or go to Hollyhillinn.com.

Farmers market report

■ Lexington Farmers’ Market will remain open on Saturdays in Cheapside Park throughout the winter.  Products include apples, fall vegetables, meats, and holiday turkeys. Go to Lexingtonfarmersmarket.com.

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