Welcome to The Engine House

Housed in an 1885 original horse-drawn fire station, we serve Winchester, KY delicious pizzas, paninis, craft beer, specialty cocktails, and host a variety of entertainment. 

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Beer Cheese
Local Beer + Spirits
Bourbon
Outdoor Seating
Live Music
Sports
Everyone Welcome

The Latest from the Pizza Pub

Hours of Operation

Tuesday - Thursday

11am - 8pm

Friday

11am - 10pm

Kitchen Closes at 9pm

Saturday

12pm - 10pm

Kitchen Closes at 9pm

Sunday & Monday

Closed

Pick Up and To Go

9 West Lexington Avenue, Winchester, KY 40391

Order Online at through Toast Tab

https://www.toasttab.com/the-engine-house

Order by Phone by calling:

(859) 355-5021

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History of the Building

On March 17, 1885, W.A. Attersal, then Fire Cheif, and his wife Charlotte deeded the Board of Councilmen of Winchester a parcel of land situated on Fairfax Street for the purpose of erecting an Engine House. It was occupied until 1909, until a fire in an adjacent building forced the department to move temporarily behind the Court House. Various restaurants and offices have occupied the Engine House since the Fire Department left. On March 17, 1984, the Engine House Deli opened it’s doors, and became a hometown staple for the locals. 

Over the past decade, the Engine House has been revitalized by its community. The historic building continues to serve as a gathering spot for locals and a unique experience for visitors.