Kountry Kitchen Finds Temporary Home

Crawford partners with K&K Bar-B-Que for “Soul Food Sundays”

By Guy Chapman – Navarro County Gazette

When Arlene Crawford had to close her downtown Kountry Kitchen last May, she was actively looking for a new location to continue her restaurant. While the search is still on for a permanent home, she has temporarily set up shop with K&K Bar-B-Que for “Soul Food Sundays.”

Miss Arlene’s menu is back for hungry diners from 10:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays at K&K Bar-B-Que, located at 1801 E. Martin Luther King Boulevard. Her full Sunday menu selection is posted weekly on the Kountry Kitchen’s Facebook Page, and will be serving up all the dining options her former location offered.

For more information about the Kountry Kitchen, or to place an order, call Miss Arlene at 903-851-1171.

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