Colonial Cottage Coupons and Deals
In the past 80 years, this restaurant has transformed from local tobacco warehouse to famed breakfast spot on shows like Travel Channel's "Taste of America." See why it's such a popular place: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks at this Erlanger eatery • Known for omelets, homemade cream pies, chili, and goetta creations of all kinds • Open at 6:30 a.m. Monday to Saturday & 7 a.m. on Sunday (until 9 p.m. all week) Enjoy a Slice of History Its home-cooked meals and unique story have been featured in print and on TV, but there's nothing quite like savoring its fried chicken, meatloaf, or all-day breakfast in person. Grilled catfish, the open-faced roast beef platter, and unbeatable salt-cured country ham are just a few specialties. Colonial Cottage's Website | Facebook
The Fine Print
May purchase one per person and one as a gift. Limited quantities available. Purchaser will receive two $15 vouchers to be used separately. Not valid on alcohol. Not valid on holidays. Limit one voucher per table per visit. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Gratuity based on value before voucher. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
$15 for $30 worth of home-style cooking Receive two $15 vouchers to be used separately Fried chicken, cottage ham, goetta,and homemade pies Open until 9:00 pm, Monday through Saturday and until 7:00pm on Sunday For home cooking without … well, cooking … come to The Colonial Cottage. Here, you’ll find DealChicken’s favorite meal of the day — breakfast — all day long! The Breakfast Omelette is a regional favorite. Other menu favorites include fried chicken, prime rib and cottage ham. There are also vegetarian options and rotating daily specials. Goetta fans will find choices like goetta & eggs, goetta nachos and a goetta burger. Don’t forget the homemade cream pies for dessert. They’re deal-icious!
During The Great Depression, a local tobacco warehouse in Erlanger, Kentucky was bustling with farmers. In 1933, resident Clara Rich saw an opportunity to fullfill her dream and founded a restaurant to feed the community. The Colonial Cottage opened to serve up home cooking with an affordable price.Decades later, the restaurant has gracefully withstood the test of time. While the names and faces have changed, The Cottage remains true to the original mission by offering great food at a fair price for nearly 80 years.The Colonial Cottage is known regionally for its Breakfast Omelettes and Homemade Cream Pies. It also has a dedicated following for all things goetta: goetta & eggs, goetta nachos, goetta burger, goetta grilled cheese...even goetta desserts!Although it is popular for offering breakfast all day, The Cottage has an extensive menu and serves up Daily Specials on a rotating basis. Some of the favorites include: fried chicken, prime rib, meat loaf, salmon croquettes and cottage ham. Vegetarian entrées are among the newest creations from the kitchen.