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kybourbon & other Kentuckians: Lexington restaurants question

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A couple of years ago I got my brother and sister-in-law a gift card to the Bluegrass Hospitality Group (Malone's, Sal's, Drake's, Harry's, Aqua) as a Christmas gift, thanks to valuable input from Fodorites! Since it's been a little while, is this still a good choice for nice restaurants in Lexington? They like just about anything, and I'm looking for somewhere where $50 will get you a good dinner for two (or at least come really close). My sister-in-law might get a glass of wine, but generally speaking that cost would just be for food. They have two small children, so a good "date night" ambiance is good too.

Thanks so much for your help! I know things can change - just don't want to commit them to anywhere that's gone downhill or changed owners or whatever.

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