Sunday, June 27, 2010

The Whistle Stop - Glendale, KY

Yesterday for lunch I was finally able to mark another number off of my bucket list {Eat @ The Whistle Stop in Glendale, Kentucky!}

We headed up towards Glendale to purchase my Dad a new Semi as soon as I left work yesterday morning. It was quite the experience on the way up there from listening to motorcycle dudes drool and talk about how "hot" and "banged up" my sister is (she has a severely bruised knee and leg, another story for another day) all while not having a clue that we were here family sitting behind them. Then we took a ride with Jack and the Bean Stalk; a man that was way to tall to ride in our vehicle, by the way he talked more than any woman I have ever met, and my feet got yelled at by some random man walking by the car talking to himself. Strange stuff happens in Leitchfield, KY peeps...

I have been wanting to try to this place for almost ever now and I could hardly stand the wait.

Charli Beth and I waiting for our fried green tomatoes to come out for our appetizer! Although, I must admit that I was not a fan of theirs and my Moms is the bomb {brownie points!}


You can realllly tell that C.B. was not as excited as my Mom and I were. We were like little kids in a candy store with this place. Seriously though, we're from Kentucky, food is some SERIOUS stuff around our parts! ha.

Open Faced Pot Roast = delish.
Oh my geez!
This was the best.thing.ever and only $5.99!

Banana Pie
Okay, so maybe this was the best thing ever?
I lost count.
But it was ahhh-mazing!

One of the shops that sets in their "downtown" Glendale.
Isn't this bench so adorable!
By the look on her face you can tell that my child was still not so very excited about this.
Until, Nana found her a barbie to buy (yuck-o)

Everything in this store is made in the Bluegrass State.

& this my friends, is yours truly.
I may not be able to cook/bake very well, but I am going to look darn cute while trying!

I purchased it at one of the boutiques in Glendale.
I heart it more than almost anything at this moment.

12 comments:

Erin said...

ok for the price that food looks like it was made for 2. That pie looks HUGE!! And you sure will look cute while trying to cook!

Gina said...

That pic of the banana pie made me drool!!!

Lea Liz said...

I love Fried geren tomatos!! That pie looks amazing!

Love the apron, too cute!!!

Kelsey712 said...

wow... that pie, amazing...

I have wanted to eat at the Whistlestop for a while and also the Lighthouse, have you eaten there?

Anyway, looks like you had fun!

Jenn said...

The pie looks reallyyy good!!

Cute apron!!

Christie Huggins said...

Got your message, and thank you. Crazy, huh? I couldn't believe it...then again, yeah, I could. It's the story of our life. Could be worse though. Cute blog post, btw..I could totally take a piece of that pie right now. Thanks for praying for our Blake!!

Becca said...

OH my! That pie looks to die for!!! I would love to get a hold of a slice! I love Charli Beth's little flip flops. I am going to try and make some for Autumn soon.

You are too flippin' cute in that apron. That has got to be the cutest one ever!

Heather said...

What a fun little outing!! You and Charli Beth are so stinking cute!! Those fried green tomatoes look delish! Very cute apron, I have seen those around!!

Lexie Loo & Dylan Too said...

The pie looked delicious!
I love that apron!

Danielle said...

Some friends and I met in Glendale several years ago as a middle-of-the-road spot between Lexington and Nashville. We had dinner at the Whistle Stop and while I can't remember much about the food, I do remember it was very homey and good country cookin'.

I'm new to your blog, by the way, and looking forward to reading more. Your little girl is adorable!

Courtney said...

I love, love, love that apron. That banana pie looks so yummy.

RN Mama said...

You had me with the Banana Pie! Yummy yum yum!!!

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