This Small-Town Diner Has The Best All-You-Can-Eat Fried Catfish In Kentucky
Here at Only In Kentucky, we have a lot of love for our small towns. Not only are our small-town Main Streets the heart and soul of the Bluegrass State, but it’s often within these little locales that you’ll find the best restaurants, too. Take Clarkson, Kentucky, for example. This town might only have 1,500 residents, but it’s home to a big, all-you-can-eat hidden gem diner that serves the best fried catfish in Kentucky. If you’re ready for some delicious all-you-can-eat catfish, then come along!
If you were to do a search for “all-you-can-eat catfish near me,” this spot would most certainly pop up at the top of the list! The next time you have a hankering for fried catfish in Kentucky, you know where to go! For more information, be sure to visit the K’s Cafe & Catering Facebook page.
Have you dined at K’s Cafe before? If so, what was your favorite dish? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
Hungry for more crispy fried fish in Bluegrass? The fish sandwiches at Passtime Fish House is legendary.
If you’re interested in making a weekend trip to Louisville, which is about an hour’s drive away, consider the Louisville Marriott Downtown.
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Where can we find historic landmarks in Kentucky?
- The Louisville Water Company Pumping Station in Louisville is the oldest ornamental water tower in the world.
- The Dr. Ephraim McDowell House in Danville is where the first successful Ovariotomy was performed in the U.S.
- Burke’s Distillery in Loretta is one of the most famous distilleries in the state, although it now goes by the name of Maker’s Mark.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fascinating historic landmarks in Kentucky.
Where can we find thrift stores in Kentucky?
- Buried Treasure Antique and Thrift Shop in Elizabethtown is a really fun start because it's set in an old house which gives it a unique flavor and flair as you shop for new treasures.
- Fat Rabbit Thrift & Vintage in Louisville is an area favorite. If you're into music they have a very impressive vintage music selection.
- New Leash on Life Thrift and Architectural Salvage in Frankfort features a wide array of gently used items for your home, hobbies, etc. An added incentive is that all proceeds benefit the Franklin County Humane Society, if you notice the word “leash” and not “lease” in the company name!
Read on to learn about the many other great thrift stores in Kentucky.
Where can we find covered bridges in Kentucky?
- The Bennett’s Mill Covered Bridge in South Shore is a Wheeler Truss bridge and the only preserved example of its kind in the state.
- The Hillsboro Covered Bridge in Hillsboro (also known as the Grange City Bridge) is an 86-foot-long double post and brace design from 1865.
- The Cabin Creek Cove Covered Bridge in Lewis County is a 114-foot single-span Burr truss built in 1867.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful covered bridges in Kentucky.