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2014-08-01 - Cabin Creek, Old Montpelier Road, District 3, Adair County, KY - Photo CM staff photo. The Bridge Restaurant. The ad hoc outdoor cafe set up temporarily to honor the county's Bridgebuilders on Thursday, July 31, 2014, was such a delightful idea, one wonders why more Bridge Restaurants aren't done. Oddly, a cursory search on the internet indicates that the idea is an old one, but most bridge restaurants cited are over highways, not streams. There must be a restaurant somewhere on a bridge over a stream. One would think of it as being a fish house or seafood restaurant, but the one above drew unanimous praise for the perfect grilled ribeyes prepared by grillmaster Tom Brock, wearing a proper BBQ cowboy hat, standing behind his pulpit - his black grill. (The question: Does anyone know of a restaurant on a bridge over a stream? And where does one put one in Columbia? Seems like someone had that idea for the old Green Hills Road span over Russell Creek, when the iron bridge became redundant). With sincere apologies for the bad Frenglish in the headline. - EW
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