Madisonville is a home rule-class city in and the county seat of Hopkins County, Kentucky, United States, located along Interstate 69 in the state's Western Coal Fields region. The population was 19,591 at the 2010 census. Madisonville is a commercial center of the region and is home to Madisonville Community College.
Things to do in Madisonville
4.5 based on 203 reviews
Very interesting place. Entirely not what I was expecting. A Mom-and-Pop BBQ that is run very much like a fast food place. Not a bad thing. Had the Brisket with coleslaw and potato salad. Brisket was more of a shredded BBQ but still nice. Didn't care for the coleslaw (too much vinegar, I like more mayo). Did get a beer (bottled) which was a plus. Good BBQ at a great price.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
As always, the best fresh doughnuts in this world! I've been testing the taste for 60 years. No other doughnut comes close. They also have very good birthday cakes.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
I live in Owensboro and we pride ourselves on great BBQ, but this place really makes me second guess the BBQ capital of the world. Moist brisket, fall-off-the-bone ribs, and amazing sides! I'll definitely be coming back for Friday steak night!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
One of my favorite breakfast spots. The subs are good, especially when still hot or warm. (The hot donut holes are manna from sugar heaven). But go from the croissants with egg and either bacon, ham or sausage. Always fresh and delicious. Two dollars well spent in the morning. The biscuits are more like buns but also very good and 50 cents cheaper. A good drink selection and the Thailand couple that own it are always friendly, tossing in a free sample with almost any order. They even have drive thru if you're in a hurry. And a great place to get that sugar buzz as you try to wake up. Oh, I almost forgot, the Apple fritters are outstanding
4 based on 11 reviews
This place is like the DQ from back home. The food is still wonderful..the cheeseballs are the best!! My favorite are the fried mushrooms and horseradish. They are super yummy!! They even still have some of the older dishes..chuck wagon anybody? Dilly bar? Must try if you are a child of the 80's..brings back memories. Who else has pickles next to the ketchup squirter..none other than DQ!!
4.5 based on 84 reviews
This restaurant has a pretty good buffet. The mac and cheese is excellent as well as the fried chicken. The pork however, was bland and very dry. The spaghetti had been left out for a while, but everything else I tried on the buffet was good. The best part was the dessert. They had over 20 different pies and cakes that were fresh made daily. I had to try several of them and the chocolate eclair was fantastic.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
I've eaten here three times and loved it. They had some chocolate peanut butter cookies I avoided but looked wonderful. Ice cream was good, but soft. They were having issues with the freezer. Staff very friendly, and whole grain roll was a nice touch. Liked the chicken salad.
4 based on 50 reviews
Traveling from Tennessee to Indiana and being on a restricted diet I just can't go through too many drive thru's. I had seen on the iExit app that Dos Copas had high ratings so we stopped there for lunch.
We parked in the front next to the street and went in the what we assumed was the front door. Not. We almost turned around because it was pretty rough and not so clean or appealing. We had walked into the back of the restaurant although there were booths there and people were seated and eating. We made our way through the maze to get to the checkout/check-in desk and were seated immediately. Service was fine and the fajitas were amazing. I don't eat the tortillas or chips but there was way too much chicken, steak on the sizzling plate! There were about six shrimp and they were fixed perfectly. Everything was extremely good and seemed fresh.
The place could use a good cleaning and a paint job but it was hopping and no one seemed to mind.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
This is my go to place for Chinese takeout. It's fresh, inexpensive, great portion size for leftovers and it is always ready in 10 minutes! Their hot and sour soup is the absolute best!
4.5 based on 92 reviews
The Crowded House, established in 2011, is Madisonville's only gastropub. Located in the heart of downtown, this bar is loaded with sixteen taps that always rotate to provide incredible fresh tastes from a Porter to an IPA selection. Drink specialties are another crowd pleaser along with a vast variety of premium wines and spirits. As of Winter 2016, the gastropub gained executive Chef Chris Devoto who will create upscale 'eats' exclusively based on quality and fresh ingredients. The Crowded House brings in the "crowd" with their weekly entertainment Friday and Saturday night. The Crowded House will feature nightly dinner specials Tuesday through Saturday evenings. Known as the best date night in town, be sure to visit The Crowded House located on West Center Street for a true gastropub experience.
We took our clients for an Appreciation Dinner. We had a wonderful dinner. They had dry aged steaks and we all had the filet and strip. They were excellent. We also had the roasted Brussels Sprouts and wilted spinach. I would go again.
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