The city of Simpsonville in Shelby County, Kentucky is home to fewer than 3,000 people, and it's only eight miles from the big city of Shelbyville. Simpsonville was incorporated in 1833, and thanks to its fertile land, it has been a prosperous agrarian community for most of its history. The city prides itself on being a less hectic place to live than many nearby towns, and they encourage visitors to come and get a taste of their small-town charm. Throughout the year, Simpsonville hosts farmers markets, festivals, sporting events, and plenty of other recreational opportunities. Simpsonville is also located near several off-leash dog parks, and there are other dog-friendly spots to visit in town.
One place you and Spot will want to add to your list of must-visit places is the Taqueria Tsunami on Buck Creek Road. This Latin-Asian fusion restaurant dishes up meals like the Asada Zing Taco, Tsunami bowls, quesadillas, and much more. They also have a delightful selection of sangria, margaritas, and other cocktails. There are seven dog-friendly tables at Taqueria Tsunami, so there's no need to leave your doggo at home when you head out for a bite to eat. After your meal, it's time for the two of you to visit a nearby dog park!