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Cookout now accepting applications

By Tiffany Collins

Applications are being accepted at Columbia City Hall for the new Cookout Restaurant. You can pickup an application and drop-off at City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY.

Representatives of Cookout will be doing the interviewing at a later date.

The Columbia location will be the 299th Cookout Restaurant store opened.

The Cookout Restaurant opened its first location in Greensboro, North Carolina, twenty-eight years ago. Their first store in the State of Kentucky was opened in 2013. They also have locations in Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Frankfort, Lexington, Williamsburg, Winchester, Somerset, Murray, and, Morehead.

Their menu includes: burgers, chicken strips, hot dogs, quesadillas, bacon wrap, cheese bits, and onion rings.They also have around forty flavors of milkshakes.

Their local hours will be: Monday-Friday 10:30amCT until 2amCT, and Saturday and Sunday from 10:30amCT until 3amCT.

For further information, please contact the Mayor's Office, 270-384-2501.

This story was posted on 2021-12-29 13:06:31
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