Patti’s 1880’s Award-winning Restaurant is famous for their 2” thick pork chops, mile-high meringue pies and flower pot bread. Patti’s 1880s Settlement includes six unique gift shops in a recreated historical log cabin village, beautiful gardens, gazebos, a wedding chapel, private catering facilities, winding streams, miniature golf, remote control boats and a 26 ft tall rock wall. Patti’s name today is synonymous with all of the positive things life has to offer – good food, shared times, and connecting with friends and family.
Voted Best Non-Franchise Restaurant by the readers of Kentucky Living.
VOTED #1 Restaurant for Tourism by the State of Kentucky
Blue Chip Award given by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Pork Producers Award
General Manager was voted Manager of the Year by Kentucky Restaurant Association
Voted #1 by Southern Living Magazine's Reader's Choice Award for Best Small Town Restaurant in Southeast United States
Special events include the Festival of Lights. Patti's Settlement Festival of Lights, opening each year on the second Friday in November and running through the first week of January.