CHICKEN AND DRESSING MADE FROM SCRATCH. Country cornbread. Real mashed potatoes. Hand-dredged fried catfish. Marinated pork chops. Fried chicken and country fried steak. Homemade meatloaf. Handmade meringue pies. Country-style seasoned vegetables.
Your taste buds are undoubtedly ready to visit the Blue and White Grill in Hazel, named with a favorite university in mind.
Owners Barbara and her husband, Hazel Mayor John “Scooter” Parshall, consumer-members of West Kentucky RECC, had always wanted to own a business. Although they had never run a restaurant, they have strong business notions.
“What we did know about running a restaurant was that it must be clean; we had to offer friendly, attentive service; and the food must come out looking appealing to the eye,” says Barbara.
In addition to daily plate specials and nearly a dozen vegetables choices, there are myriad sandwiches—open-faced roast beef, patty melt, tenderloin, pork chop, fish, grilled or fried chicken, club, BLT, grilled cheese, pimento cheese, hamburgers and more.
Blue and White Grill, 318 Main Street, seats 72 and accommodates groups. It is open 11 a.m.–8 p.m. Thursday–Saturday and 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Sunday.