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The Dixie Cafe (Corbin, KY)

The Dixie Cafe (Corbin, KY). This is a little mom and pop diner in downtown Corbin, KY. It is a locally owned by a Christian family!

The Dixie Cafe (Corbin, KY)

Heather from SimplySpokn took me to this local restaurant on August 12, 2017. I ordered french toast, sausage and bacon. I enjoyed it very much. This is a place that I would come back again and again to. I highly recommend this place to eat at. Located at 208 S Main St Corbin, Kentucky 40701. The Dixie Cafe is Owned and operated by Ed & Carolyn Garr since October 8, 2012.



A very casual place with a lot of tradition in Corbin … Join them as you go back to the good old days of casual dining with great food. (Taken from their Facebook Page and edited to fit this blog post).

The Dixie Cafe in Downtown Corbin, KY (Outside Building) #DixieCafe #Corbin

The Dixie Cafe in Downtown Corbin, KY (Outside Building)

Redhounds

Notice the side of the building has the Corbin Redhounds for the Corbin High School.

My Food

I enjoyed my food. It was a bit warm in the restaurant, but the food was good. I did eat breakfast. Heather told me they have good hamburgers here. She recommends the 57 Burger. A special creation Garr came up with. Not to mention they have great prices too!  I do plan to try to go back again to this place when I am back up in Corbin, KY sometime in the near future.

The Dixie Cafe in Downtown Corbin, KY (Inside Building) #DixieCafe #Corbin

The Dixie Cafe in Downtown Corbin, KY (Inside Building)

Original Dixie

The original Dixie Cafe opened in 1929 and closed it’s doors in 2005. For 5 years, the establishment operated as an Italian Restaurant. After that the Garr family purchased it and tried to restore it to its former glory. The original Dixie Cafe had National fame for their chili dogs. However, the Garr has made a focus toward hamburgers. Featured in the Kentucky Tourism for being in the best top 10 for pancakes in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in March 2017.

The Original Dixie Restaurant was even featured in a song, Corbin Kentucky … Sweetest Spot In The South, written by Debra Forbes Young, who was born & raised in Corbin. Young Graduated in 1976. She used and hired an unknown demo singer to sing the song. It is hard to find a recording of the song too. If anyone knows who it was, please feel free to share. Yes, I know this song is not a Christian song.

Reviews

According to Trip Advisor, they have really good reviews, where they have a 4.5 out of 5 on the reviews. Not to mention, the Facebook Page currently shows a 4.6 out of 5 for reviews there. Those are some really good reviews.

Contact & More Info

This place was very quiet too. Opened for a limited hours during the day, 7:00 a.m until 2:00 p.m. Closed on Sundays and refuse to sell alcohol.

Feel free to call them at (606) 523-6270

Check them out on their Facebook Page: TheDixieCafeOfCorbin

You can check their Facebook Page for specials of the day too! Usually that special is $5.99

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My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. At church I help with the youth, van ministry, ushering or wherever else needed. Currently, I am working on my bachelors of theology. I am a father of an adult child. I work as a graphic designer. I also love listening to nothing but Christian Music. I am an Eagle Scout class of 1994. Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle.

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