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Dinner At The Museum

Evansville cafe preserves pieces of the past

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 3:41 a.m.

Connie Patterson opened the Country Kitchen Cafe in Evansville to offer the community homecooked food. Along the way, it’s become the repository for the town’s history, too.

Connie Patterson describes her Country Kitchen Cafe as an “old-fashioned diner,” complete with coconut cream pie made from scratch and the daily coffee klatsch where the business of Evansville is conducted.

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