Country Kitchen has been serving the Gonzales area for over 35 years. Started by Jean and Jerry Cannon and ran by their family until Skipper and Ginger McInnis bought the place in 2001. Skipper has been in the restaurant business for over 40 years, he was the previous owner of the Frostop. As a long time resident of the Gonzales area he is happy to be settled here running this town favorite. Ginger is retired after teaching in the Gonzales area for 30 years and is enjoying her time spent working alongside her husband, running the shop, “Ginger’s Attic” and crafting items to sell.
The Country Kitchen is well-known for its Fried Chicken served on the buffet EVERYDAY! On Monday they serve up Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes alongside Red Beans and Rice. Tuesdays are known for that Jambalaya and White Beans. Wednesdays you’ll find Spaghetti and Shrimp Stew on the menu. Thursday they come from all over for the Fried Chicken Livers served alongside Lasagna and that good ole Cornbread Dressing. You’ll find southern favorites like Fried Fish, Gumbo, and Glazed Ham on Fridays and Sundays.
The Sunday Buffet is very kid-friendly with dishes such as mac & cheese, pizza, french fries, hush puppies & green beans.
Also serving up Southern Style Biscuits, Sweet Cornbread, and Jalapeno Cornbread.
The Salad bar features an assortment of veggies and meats with homemade Ranch, Italian, Balsamic Vinegar, French, Honey Mustard, and our homemade Thousand Island Dressings.
The Dessert Bar includes traditional favorites such as Banana Pudding (with our homemade Custard), Peach Cobbler, Apple Crunch and Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce, and Soft Serve Ice Cream.
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Country Kitchen is great stop for a quick lunch, get in and out as fast as you choose!
To-Go plates are available for $12.50 (includes tax).
The Country Kitchen can accommodate larger parties during regular business hours.
Please call us at 225-644-4661 for more information.
Country Cooking and Country Atmosphere!
The walls throughout the restaurant are adorned with relics from the days of old, accompanying the small-town southern hospitality from staff. In the front of the store Ginger’s Attic is stocked with antiques, knick-knacks, homemade angel plaques and distressed furniture for sale.