100 W. Fremont St., Arcadia
Tues. – Sat.: 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Kathy’s Korner is one of those restaurants that you walk into and instantly feel at home. Maybe it is the aromas wafting toward you from some of your favorite meals, the sight of pies along the wall, or just the general friendliness of the people inside; but, whatever it is, it feels good. At Kathy’s Korner the food is great, there is no denying it. The sandwiches are fantastic (we love the Kowboy Burger), the breakfast will make you start your day off right, the various platters will make sure you leave stuffed, but it is the desserts that you cannot miss, specifically pie. There is something about this time of year that goes hand-in-hand with pie. Maybe it is that the holidays are around the corner or maybe we will just use that as an excuse to devour every flavor Kathy’s Korner offers. Do you want a classic? Apple, Cherry, Pumpkin pies – Check. Something a little off the wall like Chocolate Peanut Butter, Butterscotch Bacon, or Caribbean Cream pies – Check. How about something that will satisfy you sweet tooth like sugar,
butterscotch, pecan, or mixed berry pies – Check. These flavors are only scratching the surface of the wide variety of pies Kathy’s Korner offers and bringing one of these pies to a holiday party will make you the star of the show. If you want to make life very easy this holiday season, Kathy’s Korner also offers great catering and will take care of your entire event menu for you (pies too!). Whether you are going for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert, Kathy’s Korner will surely be a place you return to often!
Looking for more of Hancock County to enjoy? Make sure you check out our Event Calendar with everything happening in Hancock County. Wondering where else to get great baked goods in Hancock County? We have you covered! And look no further for your Thanksgiving day plans! And, don’t miss our previous post in the Hidden Gems series about the Appleseed IGA Bakery Barn, Fort Findlay Coffee & Doughnut Shoppe, the Lima Avenue Rootbeer Stand (now closed for the season), and Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation!