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Rick's White Light Diner in Frankfort, KY
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Rick's White Light Diner

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114 Bridge Street  FrankfortKY  40601

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Rick's White Light Diner in Frankfort, KY 
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Rick's White Light Diner in Frankfort, KY 
Come visit Rick's White Light Diner in the heart of Frankfort Kentucky. The location is good, the food is better, Rick's own flavor is the peak. Damnit.  [...]

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Rick's White Light Diner

Rick's White Light Diner in Frankfort, KY 
Spend a morning with Kentucky's favorite Chef Rick Paul.  [...]

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    1/18/2015 12:48:06 AM
    My son and I ate here today. Just happened to find by chance! The food was excellent! Not quite understanding some of the reviews! The comments from franbow here on sight are a little confusing as the food is cooked right in front of you, so definitely not from the day before! You don't have to agree with all of Rick's views, but I found it refreshing in this day and age to have someone tell you exactly how they feel! The whole experience was wonderful! Will definitely go back when in the area! By the way, no it is not cheap, but I walked away feeling it was well worth the price!
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    10/8/2014 2:43:03 PM
    We didn't read any reviews before stopping in but that may have helped us in making a different decision. While by no means was it horrible, it wasn't Cajun food we are used to getting when visiting Louisiana. If you visit & eat there - think of the dishes as interpretations. We did love the funky location but the price for the portion size was a bit much. I get capitalizing on DDD fame, but $15 for a sandwich is a lot for a town like Frankfort.
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    4/25/2014 9:24:48 AM
    I visited this place a few months ago... I would advise anyone not to go.. Very very dirty, so small, 3 tables, a few stools that were nasty. The food was really bad, taste like it was warmed up from the day before. Very small portions, the when you get the bill you feel like you just been screwed. I couldn't believe guy would endorse this place.. Very very disappointed
  4. anonymous
    2/5/2013 2:46:13 AM
    Won't be patronizing a place owned by an individual with such anti-American views. I'll trust my cajun meals to the experts on the gulf, thanks.
  5. anonymous
    10/17/2012 10:43:14 PM
    Agreed. His views give me indigestion.
  6. anonymous
    7/14/2012 2:02:58 AM
    Was planning on going there. But after reading the owners views. (They are all reviews?) Just gonna pass this place by.
  7. anonymous
    6/28/2012 12:28:22 AM
    My husband and i plan on giving rick a visit this summer!
  8. anonymous
    3/30/2012 7:03:20 AM
    The above reference to my bankruptcy was made by my dear frien Fluck Biggs, he is so funny. He eats here frequently. For the record, I did file bankruptcy in 2005 and have been doing well. chef Rick Paul P.S. I do have some thoughts on the tea party. 8-)
  9. anonymous
    1/15/2012 8:27:30 PM
    What can I say, oh, I know----cheers to all! 8-)
  10. anonymous
    1/8/2012 3:40:56 PM
    Rick is hilarious and you have to try the poboy and bleu cheese mac n cheese. The place may look little but it is just right. Although, when I asked to go to the bathroom you have to go downstairs, where it looks like a dungeon that was badly dressed up. Rick also had some funny comments about my parents that I found funny. 
  11. anonymous
    9/17/2011 10:18:31 PM

                  Sorry to say but was very disappointed!!!!!!!!   My mom and I were on a road trip back in June 2011, and i was all excited we were going to stop at places on the dinner drive -inn and dive.  When we got to Kentucky I took my aunt and uncle to Rick white lighting dinner.  The food was much overpriced, quality of the food was nasty and the portion will put it this why it made a chain restaurant look good. 

     

  12. anonymous
    9/8/2011 12:27:31 PM
    This place was great! The fried green tomatoes were over the top,  the best I've ever eaten. Rick in addition to being a great chef is an amazing person. I can't wait to go back and try some more food!
  13. anonymous
    6/21/2011 9:12:52 AM
    looks
  14. anonymous
    6/3/2011 6:31:16 PM
    Lost a customer before i even go maybe owner should keep his politacal views to his self. I dont care how good the food is.
  15. anonymous
    6/2/2011 4:29:04 PM
    This place was awesome.  The owner is a hoot.  Would definietly recommend it.  It is very small, so don't bring too many people
  16. anonymous
    5/29/2011 7:07:19 PM
    Just be sure to go there on a day when Rick's ranting about the TEA party and the Republicans and all the other things that he hates, which will really do a lot to season your experience. He's a good cook but a terrible hypocrite who's cheated his creditors by taking bankruptcy to get out of his bad management decisions. Good food, maybe, but not much of a person, only interested in hearing his own hot air.
  17. anonymous
    5/24/2011 8:36:27 AM
    This place is exactly as the DDD clip describes it . . . and more. Food is amazing, while you eat you can be sure that Rick will impart some sage wisdom. Pulled pork, oysters crawfish pie, and the best key lime pie i have ever tasted (seriously). Ran into some fellow Canadians that were on a DDD roadtrip too and this was their second time at the White Light in as many days, it is that good.
  18. anonymous
    3/5/2011 6:34:00 PM
    Cajun burger is GREAT
  19. anonymous
    3/5/2011 6:32:27 PM
    Awesome! We drove from Northern KY to check it out because we love Guy.  Cant wait to go back, Rick has a great personality and makes the experience even better.
  20. anonymous
    1/2/2011 12:36:47 AM
    It's hard to pass up the pulled pork and ribs at Ricks, but if you can, you'll discover: andouille sausage sandwiches, and crawfish pie. For sides mac & bleu cheese, garlic potatoes, greens, or fresh broccoli can't be beat.
  21. anonymous
    1/2/2011 12:23:10 AM
    Fabulous lunch .... me, wife, and neighbor from Fankfort (who is one of Rick's suppliers - grows veggies in summer) stopped for afternoon feed ..    BIG WOW ... loved it will go back  next time in Frankfort ... meantime, we're sending other friends!!
  22. anonymous
    11/7/2010 9:56:50 AM
    What a GREAT place!!  I stopped in for breakfast - it was great!!  Rick and his staff were wonderful!!  Been there - bought the t-shirt - WILL be back!!
  23. anonymous
    8/27/2010 5:49:37 PM
    Great food. Rick was a hoot. Will be back son
  24. anonymous
    8/21/2010 7:27:14 PM
    Rick's was GREAT! If you are in the area, do not pass up a chance to enjoy their menu and get a awesome picture of the State Capitol. Don't forget to put a push pin by your home town!
  25. anonymous
    8/13/2010 7:51:12 PM
    Great time!!
  26. anonymous
    6/7/2010 12:58:50 AM
    The White Light Diner is known for it's Cajun food----Crawfish pie, Oyster Po-boys, Shrimp Po-boys, Muffaletta, also we smoke pork, chicken and ribs all Memphis style. We are Frankfort's oldest restaurant. We buy local products, organic beef and eggs and as much from farmers market as we can. We are also known for our lively conversation. Rick Paul, owner
  27. anonymous
    6/7/2010 12:42:27 AM
    Rick's White Light Diner is known for the amazing Cajun and Barbecue food. Also it is known for the crazy Chef Rick Paul. Also, the website you have is wrong...it is now: www.rickswhitelightdiner.com Please change it so people can find us once we aire on DDD! Thank you!
  28. anonymous
    6/1/2010 3:55:17 PM
    Rick Paul, White Light Diner, Frankfort, Ky----our new website is rickswhitelightdiner.com, if you would change it, I would appreciate it. Call me for info confirmation at 502-330-4262
  29. anonymous
    5/11/2010 10:40:58 PM
    We are known for Memphis style pulled pork barbecue, baby back ribs, Cajun food (oyster po-boys, craw fish pie, Muffaletta) eggs Benedict. We use organic meat, country eggs, real butter and real maple syrup. I use as much local product as I can. Chef Rick Paul, White Light Diner, Frankfort Kentucky

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