Back at the beginning of May, me, mom, Beth, and Gavin took a little road trip to the Jailhouse Pizza restaurant in Brandenburg, Kentucky. A friend from work told me about this restaurant and how yummy it was quite a while ago and I've been wanting to try it every since.
I knew that along the way there was an old historic home that I thought Beth would like but it had been a few months since I had researched the little trip that I forgot where the house was. We were driving along the road and I mentioned it to Beth and it probably wasn't about 5 minutes later that we happened upon it.
It's the Judge Joseph Holt Home and you can read about it here,
We stopped and got out and wondered around the property for a little bit taking pictures and admiring all the historic features on the home.
After the house, we continued our drive to the Jailhouse and admired the sights along the way.
We made it! Thankfully it wasn't crowded at all and we were able to get a seat quickly and our food arrived quickly as well. The food definitely didn't disappoint. You can read about the Jailhouse history and see their menu here.
After we left there, we drove up into Corydon, stopped at a yard sale and then drove the scenic route back home into Rockport. Just a few sights along the way.