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Hopkinsville, KY 42240
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Bars & Cafes
Big D's Ice Cream Shoppe & Cafe is the perfect small town ice cream shop. Located a few miles North of Nashville in the city of White House, this locally-owned ice cream shop and cafe offers guests forty flavors of ice cream in a fun and festive atmosphere with hometown hospitality. Big D himself greets guests with a welcome and a smile. Popular for groups and parties, this local favorite provides seating for up to twenty-six people and can comfortably serve nearly twice that. Besides being a terrific spot for ice cream, Big D also serves a variety of hot dog options with sides. Be sure to check out their Facebook page for deals and discounts. - Lynn-nore Chittom
Opened by Richard Trest in 2005, Ri'chard's Louisiana Cafe serves up home-cooked food, a range of beverages and ales to diners. Known for its live music scene, musicians playing here are only allowed to perform originals as covers are strictly forbidden. No wonder this cafe has a strong base comprising die-hard music enthusiasts.
This gourmet grocery doubles as a bistro. Eggs and croissants with a hot cup of coffee start the day; deli sandwiches and pasta dishes are favorites at lunchtime. Don't know what to prepare for dinner? Take home an entire gourmet meal, ready to be served in minutes. Choose from fresh salads and vegetables, roasted duck, chicken and fish. Select a loaf of fresh baked bread and a chocolate or fruit dessert, and you're meal is complete.
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
The Paradise Restaurant and Lounge is an excellent restaurant and nightclub located in the city of Nashville. The place has an amazing ambience and the DJs here spin R&B, Funk and Old School hits. Party poppers frequent this place and you can catch a decent crowd almost everyday. This place specializes in serving American cuisine, and the Paradise Wings and New York Strip with potatoes is an absolute must try here. The lounge also has an interesting list of drinks to choose from.
Traditional country music, delectable food and chilled beers are a regular offering at the Swingin' Doors Saloon. The place is a haunt for groups of friends who wish to spend an evening filled with fun and good music. Their are two seating areas, the one upstairs is pretty private and perfect for a date-night. The downstairs seating occupies the spacious bar and stage area which is graced by many country music artists. Their Catfish Basket comes highly recommended with some of the classic craft beers.
A recent addition to the Nashville's music scene, the Stone Fox is all about having a good time and enjoying great music. This intimate music venue brings the best of bands/artists and musicians to the city and every week is more exciting than the previous one. Along with cool performances, guests can also indulge in tasty food and variety of libations on offer. For gig guide and other details like seating capacity, email the establishment.
Bobbie's Dairy Dip offers authentic drive-in fare including delicious home-style burgers, hot-dogs, fries, onion rings, and amazing soft-serve ice cream. The burgers are all 100 percent Black Angus beef and the Holy Guacamole Burger is especially tasty. The ice cream is rich and creamy and available in vanilla or chocolate, dipped or undipped. With 10 percent dairy fat, it's a dieter's nightmare, but well worth it in flavor. Seating at Bobbie's is patio-style under a tin roof with a well-positioned ceiling fan. It's perfect for a drive-in, but limited, so most guests just order, wait and go.
A typical neighborhood dive bar, Betty's Grill is a favorite haunt among the locals for some cheap beer and food. Located just off the Interstate 40, between Charlotte Avenue and Alabama Avenue, Betty's Grill offers friendly service, and a cozy atmosphere. You will not find any fancy embellishments here, just folks looking to sit back, drink a cold beer and enjoy a live musical performance or two. NASCAR fans will especially have a blast here, as the interiors are decked up with NASCAR memorabilia and paraphernalia.
The Bistro is nestled in a two story restored 1893 Fletcher House in Bowling Green and is a contemporary restaurant for all occasions. This cozy restaurant with its lovely private courtyard, live music, delectable food and fine drinks is great for any special or corporate events and private or family affairs. They also cater to all events.
King Of Clubs is truly the 'King' when it comes to clubs. No one can hold ground more than the King. More like an entertainment center in one, this place accommodates two clubs, a restaurant, a VIP room for the princely, a game room, an outdoor patio and a event venue that can hold around 2000 people. Weekly themed days, fabulous DJ's and awesome events keep the crowd entertained and coming back for more.
6-4-3 Sports Bar is a combination of two bars in the Hitcents Park Plaza. With its brick columns, colored glass windows, light fixtures, industrial pipes, a corner of self-serve beer taps and high definition flat screens almost everywhere, this contemporary bar serves up tasty pub grub as well. Their menu features wings, sliders, appetizers, entrees, sandwiches and burgers. Savor their Green Chili-Changas (pulled pork chimichangas loaded with cheese and roasted green chilies and served with cilantro lime crema), Blue Cheese Fries, Bratwurst Sliders, Po Boy, The Cuban and Jambalaya. There is also a performance stage for live acts. It is a great spot to catch a game or unwind with friends over beer and good food.