See my answer in your main thread. [:)]
Also, I’m editing the post there about Belew’s
since I just found out it’s probably seasonal and
shuts around Labor Day. [oops!]
This is a tough one. I have to think about this.
Finding a place to eat breakfast on Sunday morning anywhere in the South is a real challenge. Until 11:00 a.m. rolls around, I almost always have to subsist on chain restaurant food, such as Cracker Barrel, etc.
That said, although I haven’t been there in fifteen years, in Bowling Green, Kentucky you might try Murray’s a few hundred feet away from the intersection of the U.S. 31-bypass that goes around town & U.S. 231. I drove by there in June, and I noticed that another name was on the building, but the sign also said "formerly Murray’s."
Unless things have changed, I don’t believe Judy’s Castle (almost across the street) is open on Sundays. But it couldn’t hurt to check.
In Cave City, Kentucky there is a small restaurant chain called Jerry’s. They have pretty good food. At least that is my experience with any Jerry’s restaurant I have ever dined in.
Try the Park Mammoth Hotel. Nice diningroomwith greatview andgood food. Also, lots of atmosphere (old resort hotel).
This is really specific, I know. And, I’ll likely just ask around when I’m there. But, ppl here have been a wonderful source of info.
And, you neved get, if you never ask.
I am looking for a breakfast place with good food and good people (not fancy, total dive is fine) that is OPEN on SUNDAYS near Mammouth Cave / Bowling Green, KY.
I have info on the following places, but according to the web, they are closed on Sundays. I’ll be calling to verify later – I’m at work now.
Paula’s Hot Biscuit – Hodgenville
Lighthouse Restaurant – Suphur Well, KY
Julia’s Cafe – Cave City
St. John Cafe – Cave City
Whistle Stop – Glendale, KY
There MUST be some tasty breakfast places around there.
We are headed towards Owensboro, so east of Owensboro, would work.
Thanks in advance!
Need good Breakfast by Bowling Green-Cave City, KY
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