All Seasons Cafe & Restaurant

  • address 134 East Main Street, Morehead, KY 4035138.1822023-83.43452669999999

The food is fantastic, and prices are also incredibly affordable.

Bluehorse Blankets, Quilts and More

  • address Hwy 421 N, Mckee, KY 4044737.4312272-83.9849814

Blankets, Quilts, and More are for sale. All homemade.

Brock’s Market


  • address 1571 US-421, Bledsoe, KY 4081036.9427262-83.3909158

Snacks, fuel, restrooms'

Brown Cow Drive-In

  • address 4004 Cumberland Falls HIghway, Corbin, KY 4070136.9091122-84.15541979999999

Est. in the 1980's, this wholesome family-friendly drive-in offers burger, cones, shakes, and much more! Come on down for good eats and low prices!



  • address 1013 Buc-ee's Blvd, Richmond, KY 4047537.6731109-84.3082809

24 hr. Chain of convenience stores for snacks & drinks, plus eclectic themed T-shirts & knickknacks.

Butler Market LLC

  • address 106 Front St, Butler, KY 4100638.786986-84.36870359999999

Deli, Grocery & General Store. The Pizza Shop

Chimney Corner Store & Cafe’

With hundreds of miles of trails, a conveniently located ski resort, and some of the best rock climbing and whitewater rafting on the East Coast, adventure is all around in Southern West Virginia. And let’s not forget our unique shopping and dining options, relaxing spas, farms and farmers’ markets full of local goods. You’ll never run out of things to do here.

Cody’s Corner & Kristen’s Cafe

  • address 18543 KY Hwy 28, Buckhorn, KY 4172137.3487019-83.47629610000001

Great food, shakes, desserts and drinks. They have a great line of items for home or camping. I highly recommend Cody's for all your needs.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store

  • address 84 Adams Road, Corbin, KY 4070136.9782292-84.1127532

Quality breakfast, lunch and dinner menus featuring home-style foods and a retail store that offers gifts, music and packaged foods.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store

  • address 101 McKinney Dr, Berea, KY 4040337.5678966-84.310071

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store offers a friendly home-away-from-home in its stores and restaurants. Guests are cared for like family, enjoy home-style food and unique shopping - all at a fair price

Quality breakfast, lunch and dinner menus featuring home-style foods and a retail store that offers gifts, music and packaged foods

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store

  • address 1899 South Highway 27, Somerset, KY 4250137.06750350000001-84.6200159

Quality breakfast, lunch and dinner menus featuring home-style foods and a retail store that offers gifts, music and packaged foods.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store

  • address 1698 Flemingsburg Road, Morehead, KY 4035138.190623-83.47689930000001

We share warm welcomes and friendly service while offering guests quality home style food and unique shopping.

Cumberland Falls State Park

  • address 7351 Highway 90, Corbin, KY 4070136.8385871-84.3383879

Cumberland State Falls home of our famous Moon-bow over the waterfall. Cabin rentals and RV lodging. Also there are many more outdoor activities for you to check out like horseback riding,kayak and much more!

Dee’s Drive Inn Foods

  • address 109 Madison Street , Louisa, KY 4123038.114296-82.60423709999999

Friendly employees, service is amazing and old fashioned fun theme.

double kwik

Fuel, Convenience Store

  • address 22380 Main St, Hyden, KY 4174937.161858-83.3805457

Don Childers established Childers Oil Company in 1966 when he began selling bulk petroleum products to retail and industrial customers in eastern Kentucky. He bought three small trucks and hired two drivers to help him deliver products to remote mine sites.

In 1972, Don opened the region’s first self-service gas station consisting of gas pumps, outside restrooms and vending machines.

While many convenience stores evolved from service stations that added snacks and drinks to their retail fuel business, double kwik’s operations were driven by food service from the beginning. In essence, it all started in Peggy’s kitchen.

Don and Peggy opened their first full-service, 24-hour convenience store in 1977 with daughter Donna as manager. Breakfast, lunch and dinner were prepared using recipes straight from Peggy’s kitchen.

This store was the blueprint for the new location that opened the next year and others that followed. Peggy managed all the retail sites including design, construction, hiring and management.

In 1982, the Childers family embarked upon a new venture – a restaurant that sold gasoline. In addition to an expanded selection of homestyle meals, Sugar Shack featured hand-dipped ice cream and made-from-scratch donuts and desserts. Sugar Shack outgrew its facility and was replaced by Pine Mountain Grill in 1997.

The first venture outside Childers Oil’s coal-country market area was a truck stop located in London, Kentucky. Situated near exit 41 off I-75, the truck stop can accommodate nine commercial trucks and 12 other vehicles simultaneously. The restaurant located inside has received several “Best of the Best” awards from the local community and is a favorite stop for repeat customers from Canada to Florida. Donna has managed the London operation from the start.

The company now operates 41 convenience stores and Pine Mountain Grill. Peggy retired in 1992, but her assertion that successful operations depend heavily upon each store’s ability to serve consistently good food still rings true.