Barleycorn’s Lakeside Park
Barleycorn’s Lakeside Park location is your local bar and grill with delicious food and plenty of beer on tap. Enjoy outside dining? Our patio is spacious with plenty of seating and perfect for catching up with friends. With friendly and attentive servers in a historic atmosphere, our Lakeside Park customers always have a great time. Whether you’re looking for a lively sports bar to cheer on your favorite teams or just want to relax with friends, Barleycorn’s Lakeside Park location is the perfect spot. We’re located right off the Dixie Highway exit on 275.
Barleycorn’s is the perfect place to unwind near Crestview Hills, Lakeside Park, or Fort Mitchell after a long day. We have happy hour drink specials 3–6 PM Monday through Friday, and half-price wine bottles all day on Wednesdays. Our beer on tap is always fresh, and we have a rotating selection of seasonal brews.
2642 Dixie Hwy
Lakeside Park, KY 41017
11 AM–12 AM
Online Ordering: 11 AM–9 PM
Kitchen: 11 AM–10 PM
11 AM–12 AM
Online Ordering: 11 AM–10 PM
Kitchen: 11 AM–11 PM
From Toll House to Bar and Grill: A History of Five Mile House
Before Barleycorn’s was the lively sports bar and grill we know today, the Five Mile House stood tall in the 1800s as a toll house. Back then, Dixie Highway was known as Lexington Pike, a popular roadway to get to and from Lexington, KY. People would stop at the Five Mile House to water their horses and take a rest from the road.
Fast forwarding to 1910, a couple named Charles and Anna Retschulte purchased the building. They turned it into a restaurant, complete with a shady area available for picnics for those who wanted to eat outside. The C. Retschulte Five Mile House was a popular location for travelers and locals alike, especially considering the social and political landscape of the time.
Prohibition was officially enacted in 1920 and would last until 1933, meaning the bars and grills of the time couldn’t legally sell alcohol. In 1925, Charles Retschulte got in trouble when it was discovered that he had eleven and a half barrels of beer that were connected by a pipe to the bar.
From there, the restaurant shut down and stayed closed until it reopened in 1943. Casino-style gambling was becoming popular in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, and owner Florence Cahill restored the building to be run as a restaurant/gambling den until 1962. It was rumored that the local mafia used the Five Mile House as a meeting place.
In 1963, Arthur List purchased the Five Mile House and would run it as a bar and grill until 1984. That year, Ken Heil purchased the building and, along with his brother Joe, created Barleycorn’s. Today, Barleycorn’s is one of Northern Kentucky’s favorite bar and grill spots.
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