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Reader suggest Happy Days for non-smoking breakfast

Stephanie Gay writes:
I'm not sure of the hours or what days they serve breakfast, but Happy Days restaurant in Campbellsville did serve breakfast at one time. I haven't been in a long time and I don't know if they still serve breakfast or not, but the food was good and the entire restaurant was non-smoking if my memory serves me correctly. It is located downtown on Main Street in Campbellsville. God Bless! --Stephanie Gay
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