SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTHI) - On Wednesday, the Fork in the Road crew went a little south, making a stop in Sullivan.
The stop? The Kat-A-Korner Diner.
The diner opened back in 1931 by Aldona Anderson.
These days though, Susan Wamsley and her husband Fred, with Susan's brother and sister in law Jeft and Bonita own the diner.
They've been here since 1999.
Susan says they are known for their biscuits and gravy along with something called the Hunter's Mountain.
"The Hunter's Mountain starts with biscuits, potatoes, eggs and our sausage gravy on top and it's big laughter," Susan said.
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