The Doodle is known for its catfish dinners, liver and customer service
Putnam County – Chris and Gary Henry have been busy lately.
The duo recently secured a permanent location for their other business, Henry Brother’s Roofing, at 20 E Borden Street in Cookeville. Now they have dipped their toes in the restaurant game after purchasing and rebranding long-standing Cookeville diner The Dipsy Doodle.
Now, simply, The Doodle.
“Come help us celebrate the grand re-opening of The Doodle,” said the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce (Chamber). “The Doodle is known for its catfish dinners, liver and amazing customer service.”
After the rebrand, The Doodle was remodeled.
“The Doodle has gotten a face-lift, and it is time to celebrate new ownership with the same timeless recipes,” said the Chamber.
The Doodle, located at 2331 W Broad St, Cookeville is open Tuesday and Wednesday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Thursday, Friday and Saturday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. They are closed on both Sunday and Monday.
“We have some awesome staff at The Doodle,” according to The Doodle. “… We are making the Doodle great again.”
For more information, call 931-372-2663 or visit the-doodle.com.
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