Flower Pot Bread at Patti’s Settlement: LBL part5

If you went out to dinner at a restaurant and the waiter put down a flower pot with a loaf of bread baking right out of it, wouldn’t you do a double take?  I certainly did when I sat down to dinner with my son last spring at Patti’s Settlement, located just outside of Land Between the Lakes in Grand Rivers, Kentucky.

My husband and I made several trips down to the Land Between the Lakes area while visiting my son, as he was studying for his masters degree at Murray State University.  You can check out our last stop in part4 of this LBL series if you missed it. 

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I’m proud to say that my son successfully graduated, which led to a celebration dinner, which brought us to Patti’s Settlement and the famous flower pot bread.

 

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When my son suggested we dine at Patti’s, he mentioned that the flower pot bread is one of their specialties.  When the waitress placed the bread down on our table, I was most certainly enticed by this novelty.

Who wouldn’t be?  I mean, bread cooking right out of a flower pot?  It was certainly a new one on me.

Let me tell you, this bread melts in your mouth!  It is served with a berry cream cheese spread, although the bread is incredibly delicious with or without.

 

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Patti’s impression on my taste buds didn’t stop there either.

The wait staff filled us in on some of the culinary details, like all the food at Patti’s is made from scratch.  Some of the recipes have been handed down through generations, and some of the recipes are still secret to this day.

I ordered the pork chop with a baked potato that came with a heavenly homemade cheese sauce.

 

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Patti’s Settlement is not just for lunch and dinner.  There is miniature golf, a gift shop, even a wedding chapel and gazebo.

 

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Imaging an outdoor wedding in this romantic venue.

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The settlement grounds are landscaped on a variety of levels.

 

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Every where you look you’ll find lush greenery and rustic enchantment.

 

Did I mention the desserts?  Patti’s desserts, all made from scratch, would have to be another post altogether, but you can check out their menu here, for more details.

Do you have a restaurant nearby that’s the real deal… all homemade food, like the way Patti’s serves it up?

Visiting and dining at Patti’s Settlement was so enjoyable.  I was craving the whole meal all-over-again for weeks afterwards.

I wished I lived closer, because it is a place I would definitely visit often.

Visiting and exploring both Kentucky and Tennessee has given me an amazing chance to see and experience new and different sights, flavors, and wonderful people.  I’m so glad I have had the chance.

Thanks so much for stopping by

and following along on the Land Between the Lakes series. ~ Amy 

 
 
 

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11 Responses to Flower Pot Bread at Patti’s Settlement: LBL part5

  1. Vicky June 19, 2014 at 6:33 am #

    Flowerpot bread? That looks awesome! Especially with flavored butter. I wish Patti gave out her recipes!

    • Amy June 19, 2014 at 8:18 pm #

      I’ve never tasted food like this before or since, so there were definitely some tasty secret ingredients in her recipes. Thank you, Vicky

  2. Anne June 19, 2014 at 7:51 am #

    What a gorgeous place!!!! and now I’m hungry!!!!!!!!!

    Have a great one Amy!

    • Amy June 19, 2014 at 8:14 pm #

      This post has brought back those cravings for Patti’s food. Thanks, Anne xoxo

  3. KAPP902 June 19, 2014 at 12:28 pm #

    THank you for intro’ing this place to us that never heard of it…i’m adding it to my bookmarks and bucket list of places to go to eat…what an incredible place.

    • Amy June 19, 2014 at 8:11 pm #

      So glad you found it interesting Kapp, if you happen to go to Patti’s, let me know how you liked it! Thanks so much for taking the time to comment ~ Amy

  4. Mel June 19, 2014 at 11:19 pm #

    I think I want o try flowerpot bread!
    That food sounds as amazing as the grounds are. Congrats to your son. We have a garden place that the menu is from what they grow in the kitchen garden but it’s not as good as pork chops 🙂

  5. Feral Turtle June 20, 2014 at 8:40 am #

    Congratulations to your son!! You must be so proud. I am thinking I would like to try making some flowerpot bread one day and I really want a bite of that steak right now!

  6. Thrift My House June 22, 2014 at 7:49 pm #

    What a great looking meal! And I love the idea of flower pot bread. I’ve never heard of that before. Congrats to you son for graduating. My oldest son just graduated from college last month. Definitely a reason to celebrate, and we did. Bittersweet.

  7. heather f June 25, 2014 at 4:54 pm #

    Oh I’d love to eat there, it looks so beautiful and who DOESN’T want to eat flower pot bread. YUM!

    • Amy June 25, 2014 at 10:48 pm #

      That’s what I was thinking. I’d eat flower pot bread every day for the rest of my life if I could, LOL!!

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