Grand Rivers Travel Guide

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    by rustnfam Written Apr 2, 2007

    This place is known for its Pork Chops, but I dare you to try their Ribeye Steaks.. I have never tasted a steak like this in my life!!! I buy the bottles of seasoning now to bring home and I never eat a steak out at all anymore unless it is Pattis!! They also have a website so you can purchase the products at home and receive it in a couple of days!! This place is a real treat and the decor is fascinating!! Have fun!!

    Favorite Dish: The Steak that I described above!!

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    PATTI'S BROCHURE

    by miner Updated Jul 12, 2003

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    The restaurant specializes in their thick (2 inch) pork chops, bread baked in flower pots and drinks served in canning jars.
    The pies are awesome!!

    Favorite Dish: Bread baked in a flower pot and strawberry butter

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Grand Rivers Warnings and Dangers

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    by Tombanjo Written Oct 4, 2002

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    If you visit LBL during the summer, prepare yourself for the ticks! They're not as bad in the southern part of LBL, but you can't step outside your car in the Kentucky part without finding one suddenly on your sock or crawling up your leg.

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Grand Rivers Off The Beaten Path

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    by Tombanjo Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Grand Rivers is the northern entrance to the Land Between the Lakes. A very weird piece of land between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Used by moonshiners during prohibition to get the stuff from Tennessee to the North. Hunters occaisionally find the old stills hidden deep in the woods. If you know where to look you can find old deserted homes and buildings in the woods, too, consumed by weeds and wasps and birds...

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