About Us

Jane Barleycorn's is a downtown neighborhood bar ranked nationally for its wide selection of bourbons and with an equally fine curated selection of wine and cocktail offerings.    Its adjoining market is stocked with bourbons, wine, craft beer and spirits, including fairly obscure cocktail liqueurs.   With  a warm eclectic vibe, "JBs" is an inviting escape from mainstream culinary establishments.  Enjoy delicious cocktails, wine or bourbon while perusing the bottles in the market of just pull up a chair and indulge in premium libations, artisan cheeses/appetizers, and good conversation. 
We look forward to serving you. 
We are open:
Thursday thru Saturday and For Norton Center Show Nights or in correspondence with other cultural events 
 To see menu for the week,
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To reserve a seat call 859-324-5036
To make Reservations for  Norton Center Show Nights or Wine Salon with Helen,  Click Here
 
Also... 
Please inquire about  Parties & Dinners for Very Small Groups
Due to our unique format, it doesn't take a crowd to make us interested in providing food that is uniquely prepared for you and yours. To inquire about dinners or parties of 4 or more email mary.robin@janebarleycorn.com

Jane Barleycorn's

Market & Bar

Est. 2010

 
 

Food

Dishes that celebrate global flavors by using local ingredients. 

Bourbon

We proudly feature over 60 kinds of this Kentucky spirit. Pick one to take home from our Market, or enjoy a flight at the bar. 

Wine

From Napa Valley to the mountains of Provence, we feature a wide selection of first class wines from around the globe. 

                          Though she be but little,

                             she is fierce. 

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Owner Tel: 859-324-5036  |

 Email: janebarleycornky@gmail.com

 

Behind JB's

Owner

Mary Robin Spoonamore

Born and raised on a farm in Boyle County, Mary Robin named "Jane Barleycorn's" in order to put a feminine spin on "John Barleycorn," a known euphemism for "whisky" and because it alluded to her  rural experiences of working in the fields in order to bring good things to the table.  You can usually find her curating menus, suggesting pairings, or visiting with the patrons.