Where We Started…

Pine Mountain Grill & Gifts is a family run business built around family traditions, faith in our community and the love of good, mountain cooking. We’ve been serving the Whitesburg community for more than 20 years and have built a solid following and reputation for good food, service and specialty gifts.

 

We are honored to be a part of this community and we support our local community through charitable and civic organizations including local schools, youth sports leagues, Hospice of the Bluegrass and the American Cancer Society. As a part of the Double Kwik organization, you can be sure we’re well run and customer focused.

Here We Are

After more than 20 years of service, Pine Mountain Grill & Gifts has perfected our recipes, redeveloped and invested in our space and have brought together some of the best foodservice operators in the business. We look forward to serving you soon, because without you, our customers, we would not be here.

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If we’ve done anything that needs improvement, please use the contact us form and let us know. The only way we improve is through your comments!

Meet Our Team

--Tosh, 7 Years

 

“I love the homey feel of Whitesburg. I lived in Lexington for a while, but missed my friends and family. My favorite part of working at Pine Mountain Grill & Gifts is making customers happy!”

--Becky, 18 Years

“What I love about our local community is how we treat each other in a time of need. It’s one thing to have happy customers and employees, and to run a good shift, but the heart of the Whitesburg community is what makes me love working at Pine mountain Grill and Gifts.”  

--Allen, 6 Years

 

“I love that everyone knows each other and how tight our community is. Try the Turkey and Dressing, it’s my favorite item on the menu!”

 

--Margie, 21 Years

 

“It’s amazing that I’ve worked here for 21 years! And in that time, I’ve come to love the people I work with, and the Roast Beef and Hot Fudge Cake!”

 

--Austin, 14 Years

 

“I like old country music, so if I could have lunch with anyone it would have to be Waylon Jennings, and I would order him the steak and baked potato because he seems like a meat and tater kind of guy.”