Twenty-four hour diner coming to Danville

April 08, 2004|LIZ MAPLES

Huddle House, a 24-hour diner, has plans to open a restaurant in Danville on Skywatch Drive.

The business bills itself as a full-service family dining restaurant, and serves breakfast and dinner all day.

The final development plan was approved Wednesday by Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning Commission.

Members stipulated that it have a landscape plan before a building permit is issued.

Its drainage plan was approved by the city.

Headquartered in Decatur, Ga., there are 15 locations in Kentucky; including one each in Lexington, London and Richmond.

Huddle House plans to build 32 restaurants this year to add to its more than 400 locations nationwide.

The company is expanding throughout the southeast, Cory Durden, vice president of franchise development, said in a press release when a restaurant opened in Kuttawa in February.


The city is located south of Owensboro near the Tennessee border.

The Danville restaurant will be on the west side of the development next to a Captain D's Seafood that is under construction near Applebee's.

After Huddle House is built there will only be one more lot zoned commercial and ready for development on Skywatch Drive.

The restaurant has waffles, omelets, steak dinners, sandwiches and salads.

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