Cities are preempted in Ky from making any law on firearms. Only state legislature makes firearm law, and nothing you really need to know, other than ocing is fine in rest. That serves alcohol, but if you go to a bar that doesn't make 50% of it's income from food sales you can carry openly, just has to be unloaded. The only other places you can't carry are courthouses that house only the court of justice, k12 school property, detention facilities, and federal property. I doubt you are going to any of these places so your good to go. "no firearms" signs do not hold force of law in Ky, so you can ignore them if you want. Enjoy all our great state has to offer and carry on! BTW, if you don't have a cdwl, you can carry in your glovebox, console, or any other enclosed factory installed storage compartment, or in plain sight in your vehicle and it isn't considered concealed. It can be fully loaded, and the compartment does not have to be locked. You can also carry any other deadly weapon in the same places.