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(Ad) Epicurean Kentuckian: Codfish basket, Oceanliner, Pierce

2013-10-18 - Pierce, KY - Photo CM Advertising Photo. Oceanliner, 170 Houk's Chapel Road, Pierce, Green County, KY - An eight piece Codfish Dinner, at delightful little restaurant run by Darrell, Amanda & Zeke Bell comes with the house's own coleslaw, a generous stack of fries, and hushpuppies. Eight pieces won't feed 5,000, but it should be more than enough to fill up even a really good eater. According to Google Map/Directions, the restaurant is 28.2 miles, less than 30 minutes from Downtown Columbia, KY; 12.7 miles west of Greensburg, KY; and just 18.8 miles east of Edmonton. Oceanliner, 170 Houks Chapel Road, Greensburg (Pierce Community). Open Thursdays to Saturdays, 3:30pm-9:30pmCT/4:30pm-10:30pmET. Sundays, 12pm noon-4pmCT/1pm-5pmET. Call ahead for large parties: Phone 270-565-1700 (Paid Advertising)
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