Corbin, Kentucky is a town of less than 10,000 people; but every small town has a large history. Corbin, Kentucky’s history claims a major part of United States restaurant history with the still-operating Original KFC Museum. (In actuality, it’s also called the Sanders Court & Cafe. Or, as the old-time sign says, merely Sanders Cafe.) Not only is this piece of history a unique view into U.S. restaurant past, but it’s also a view into restaurant present with a fully operational Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant. Brush up on history while filling my stomach with fast food? Count me in! Should you count yourself in as well? Read on and find out!
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