Cobbs Creek Diner is undergoing a rebranding. The small diner on Route 198 in Cobbs Creek will now be known as Farmhouse Restaurant and Deli, with new menu items and planned changes to its exterior.
Jonnie Forrest, now the sole owner and operator, said her husband Perry will still be cooking the fresh barbecue, ribs, and brisket that are customer favorites, but the pizza area has been replaced with a bakery offering carry-out desserts in whole or in part. In addition to the cakes and pies that the diner has always carried, there will now be cookies, cupcakes, muffins, breads and sweetbreads offered on a pre-order basis.
The revamped menu offers a number of items on the healthier side, said Forrest, with a dedicated lunch menu that includes entrée salads; BLT, club and chicken salad sandwiches; and a variety of paninis on sourdough bread. Two new lunch subs are sure to be hits, said Forrest—a chicken Philly sub and a sweet chicken sub with onion jam.
The regular menu has...
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