Brighton Place Shoppes has been home to Ramsey’s Diner since 1998. Rob Ramsey founded his original Ramsey’s Diner on High Street almost 30 years ago, and it has since become a beloved Lexington institution. The Brighton Place location is one of four Ramsey’s across Fayette County and is set to increase its size by nearly fifty percent in the coming weeks. Ramsey will take over the adjacent space to expand his already 3,224 square foot and make way for the 1,591 square foot Ramsey’s Country Store.
Ramsey’s Country Store plans to sell Kentucky Proud produce year-round, Ramsey’s Diner food items in bulk (including chicken salad, soups, salad dressings, and pimento cheese), old fashioned candy, jarred fruits and vegetables, and an array of baked goods such as Missy’s Pies, quiches, chicken pot pies and fresh cookies. Ramsey expects to open the Country Store on September 6th.
Brighton Place Shoppes is conveniently located at Man O’ War Boulevard and Todd’s Road, directly across from Andover Forest and adjacent to Hamburg Pavilion. Ramsey’s Diner is one of several successful restaurants at Brighton Place, accompanied by Five Guys, Cheddars, Orange Leaf Yogurt, Puccini’s, and Domino’s. Other tenants include Hart’s Cleaners, Bluegrass Barkery, Kid to Kid, Republic Bank, Sports Clips, Bak 4 More, Lexington Cell Phone, and the soon to open Lexington Animal Clinic. Brighton Place has 1,612 square foot available for lease. For more information, contact Vickie Graffius at (859) 321-8200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.