The History of the Fireside Inn
Joe and Mae Kinker opened the doors of the Fireside Inn on December 22, 1950. It started out as just a bar with a small room for families. Joe started the Fireside Inn as a place for soldiers to gather to play cards after WWII. Now over 70 years later, the doors remain open and the tradition, 5 generations deep with its current owners, Dan and Becky Kinker.
Fried chicken is served every night we are open, but Wednesday thru Friday a special is offered to customers.
- Wednesday: All-You-Can-Eat Bone-In Catfish
- Thursday: Wings, Livers and Gizzards
- Friday: Basa Catfish served both by the piece or as a dinner and a 2 or 3 piece cod dinner (also available as a sandwich and by the piece).