There’s breakfast — and then there’s breakfast at Devore’s Restaurant located in rural Hardyville, KY (Hart County). Upon walking into the restaurant, you’ll be greeted by country decor and food to match. If you’re looking for a delicious breakfast in the region, look no further!
Breakfast At Devore’s Restaurant: Hardyville, KY
Devore’s is a family-owned and operated restaurant in the unincorporated community of Hardyville. While you should definitely visit for lunch or for dinner on Friday (I hear the fried catfish is out of this world), there’s no better place to start than breakfast. Keep up with them on Facebook to stay in-the-know on their daily specials.
Breakfast at Devore’s has the potential to be highly customizable – you can choose between items such as biscuits, gravy, eggs, toast, and all of the breakfast meats that your heart desires: sausage, bacon, and of course, country ham.
What I Ordered
I couldn’t decide on a single food choice; thus, I decided to go with a platter, which included bacon, sausage, country ham, eggs, a hash brown, and a biscuit with gravy. All of this was roughly $6. Yes, you read that correctly. Devore’s is both delicious + affordable – and they serve a platter with three denominations of breakfast pork. Yes, please!
If you have a sweet tooth, plan to order a slice of pie (or an entire pie) to go — it’s simply Southern Living on a plate. Gorgeous + expertly made!
Visit Devore’s Restaurant
9 North Jackson Highway (US 31E), Hardyville KY 42746
Devore’s Restaurant Logistics:
- Parking: On-Site
- Attire: Casual
- Cuisine: Country, Southern
- Family friendly?: Yes
- Group Friendly?: Yes
- Price Point: Inexpensive ($)
About Hart County
Hart County, located in South Central Kentucky, lies predominately within the central portion of the Pennyroyal region of the state. Nolin River forms the western boundary of the county and the Green River winds through the center. Hart County contains five of Kentucky’s ten largest springs, including Gorin Mill Spring, the largest in the state. Further, they are home to world-famous Hidden River Cave, part of Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky Down Under, and an award-winning trail system.