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Potter Co. Question...

Can you guys tell me if Debs Place along Kettle is still open. It's been a few years since I was up there and I thought about taking the gf up there for dinner Sat. nite during our stay at camp??
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-01-2014, 01:35 PM
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Re: Potter Co. Question...

Yes. It is in "downtown" Cross Fork now. Not sure how long it's been since you've been to Deb's Place, but they moved from their earlier location.
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yep just ate a good meal there on saturday

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Re: Potter Co. Question...

I'm glad they are still open but that stinks that they moved. They had such an awesome setting down in the pines by the creek.

Thanks for the replies!
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My wife and I will be up this weekend. May see ya in there Saturday night.
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What I always liked most was the setting and the atmosphere of the old place inside. How is the the new location and atmosphere? Just curious cuz it would be closer for me to go to the Willows at Sinnemahoning.
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Boot,
Don't think that I was ever at the old place but this one has been there for a while now. Atmosphere is ok, Was there this winter on the sleds.
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Does the "new place" have a Harry Kinney shrine of some sort?


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The new place isn't actually new at all. Deb bought the Cross Fork Hotel and it's pretty much the same as it has always been for the past 30 years or more. If there were to be a Harry Kinney shrine it'd be across the street at Jeff's Bar/Kinney's store.

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Re: Potter Co. Question...

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The new place isn't actually new at all. Deb bought the Cross Fork Hotel and it's pretty much the same as it has always been for the past 30 years or more. If there were to be a Harry Kinney shrine it'd be across the street at Jeff's Bar/Kinney's store.
Things dont change much, do they Don? Remember when the Kinneys owned all 3 places? Jeff the store/bar, Patty the hotel, and Deb the tackle shop. My memory is bad though, I can barely remember what the old bridge looked like.
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