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Oak Scratch Kitchen and Bourbon Bar has what you're seeking 

They have Buffalo Trace! That was my first thought upon seeing the chalkboard at The Oak Scratch Kitchen and Bourbon Bar. Give me a barstool and a glass. That was my next thought. The Oak, which opened just a few months ago,…

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