Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Krim Boughalem, Andrea Sims, and the rest of their crazy talented crew have outdone themselves yet again. National Provisions launched with the Boulangerie, and now there’s a Beer Hall. In typical Krim & Andrea fashion, the place is flawless. The industrial-style interior is wide open with a ton of natural light. Basically, a photographer’s dream. It has a front room with bright picnic tables, an inner room with a giant community table and of course, all the beer you could possibly imagine — both bottled and on tap. The lunch menu has moved from the Boulangerie over to the Beer Hall, so for bread, pastries, coffee and tea, you’ll still want to use the bakery entrance on Walton — but for soups, sandwiches, salads, beer and other deliciousness, enter on National. I’ll let the new menu speak for itself…(you have got to try that Reuben Tartine):

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

[Located at 264 Walton Avenue, Lexington, KY 40502]

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

Lexington Love | National Provisions Beer Hall - offbeat + inspired

I can’t wait to see what they add next! There’s going to be a market too! Follow National Provisions on Facebook and Instagram to stay in the loop. If you’ve been here already, let me know what your favorite menu item is! I’m also taking beer recommendations…as I’m (still) a total beer newb.

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Comments

  1. Tired of Hipsters says:

    Oh good. Another douchy hipster hangout in Lexington featuring fake industrial design and beard-toting Trust Fund Kiddies pretending to be poor.

    Fail.

    • Tiffany | offbeat + inspired says:

      I’m sorry you feel that way! Krim and Andrea’s restaurants attract all different kinds of people. I’m definitely a beard fan, but there wasn’t one in sight the day I was shooting! 🙂 If you do decide to stop in, you won’t regret it. The food is incredible and the atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed. If you have any favorite places to eat in Lex, I’d love to hear them!

  2. Food Fiend says:

    Love the Boulangerie! Food is amazing, and service is great. Really excited to try just about everything on the menu at the Beer Hall, looks incredible!

  3. Wow, some really beautiful and considered work! The way the light travels through the space—and all the bottles—is incredible! Love this and the blog!

    —Rebecca
    http://www.wanderdust.co

    • Tiffany | offbeat + inspired says:

      Aww thank you so much! I’m so glad you like the blog! And yesss, they did such a beautiful job with this place! 🙂

  4. WOW, what a beautiful place. Would love to see it someday…..I really love all
    that natural light and beautiful bottles…..thanks for posting 🙂

    • Tiffany | offbeat + inspired says:

      Aww you should definitely take a trip to Lexington at some point and stop by all the cool spots! You would love it! 🙂

  5. Headed there for breakfast tomorrow with a friend. Drove by one day several months ago and the remembered this place. Googled french bakery in lexington and your site came up with the article awhile back. May need to stay for lunch as well. Thanks for the info and great website 🙂

  6. Hi Tiffany, Wow! National Provisions must be awfully pleased with your fantastic photography and excellent recommendation of their growing Boulangerie and Beer Hall!
    We’ve been to their Boulangerie and it was lovely. The true test for moi was a simple croissant and Red Eye ~ both were just perfect! Looking forward to a visit soon to the Beer Hall with friends.
    So great to see NP doing so well. They certainly are doing their part in contributing to the fresh, laid back & sophisticated culinary experience that Lexingtonians are loving!
    Love your blog too ~
    Lisa

    • Tiffany | offbeat + inspired says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words! I just love shooting anything Krim and Andrea do. They’re truly artistic and have put together such wonderful French-inspired experiences! I really look forward to the expansion of National Provisions!! There will definitely be more features to come!! 🙂

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