Country Cookin

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Country Cookin'
TypeRestaurant
IndustryFast Casual
Founded1981 in Roanoke, Virginia
Founder(s)Roger Smith
HeadquartersRoanoke, Virginia, U.S.
Number of locations16 stores at 2012-04-01
ProductsSouthern cuisine
WebsiteCountry Cookin
 
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Country Cookin'
TypeRestaurant
IndustryFast Casual
Founded1981 in Roanoke, Virginia
Founder(s)Roger Smith
HeadquartersRoanoke, Virginia, U.S.
Number of locations16 stores at 2012-04-01
ProductsSouthern cuisine
WebsiteCountry Cookin

Country Cookin is a Roanoke, Virginia-based chain of casual dining restaurants established in 1981 featuring Southern cuisine with 15 locations throughout Virginia, mostly in Southwest Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley, and the U.S. 29 corridor.[1] For lunch and dinner, patrons typically order a meat entree such as a small steak or chicken breast which also includes a choice of a side dish. Ordering the entree also entitles the patron to make trips to a buffet which has vegetables, a salad bar, soups, freshly baked bread, and desserts. Patrons may also dine from the buffet only without ordering a meat entree. Most locations also have a breakfast buffet daily.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cawley, Jon (October 9, 1998). "Country Cookin' founder dead at 58". The Roanoke Times.