Kimber's Korner

Kimber’s Korner loves its customers. Pictured with loyal customer Claire Porter, owner Kimber Noll and employees Makalah Mitchell and Kathy Shippee.

Kimber Noll has worked off and on for years in the restaurant business. She decided to open Kimber’s Korner Eatery about two and half years ago. She started out in Patches Consignment Store, and after about a year, she moved her business to the current location on North Broad Street in Scottsboro.

Noll said there is nothing fancy about her restaurant. Everyone that comes into Kimber’s Korner is greeted with a “Hey y’all!” Noll said her restaurant has a “mom and pop” feel to it. She tries to learn as much as she can about her customers. The atmosphere is laid back and fun, and people from all walks of life are welcome.

“I want it to be fun for them and fun for me,” said Noll.

Noll said she is an artist by trade, and she sees culinary as an art form. She loves to cook, and she is always trying new recipes. A few weeks ago, she served a chicken alfredo lasagna roll up. This week, Noll served an appetizer burger as one of her specials.

The appetizer burger is a fresh, hand-patted burger served on a toasted bun with lettuce, tomato, fried pickles, two cheese sticks, purple onions and homemade chipotle ranch. She’ll also offer southern style home cooked meals. Noll said she has “about 5,000” cookbooks at home, and she is always looking for something new to serve at Kimber’s Korner.

Noll said her specialties are her burgers, chicken salad, an Italian sandwich called “The Capone” and her club sandwiches.

She always serves large portions to her customers. Noll said she does not want her guests to leave hungry. She strives to make sure everything goes out nicely and that it tastes great. Noll said she will not put anything out that she does not think is good.

“I love to please people, and I do that through their stomach,” said Noll.

Noll starts preparing for her day before the sun comes up. He leaves her house around 4:30 a.m. to go to the grocery store. She buys all ingredients fresh for the day. She will get to the restaurant around 6 a.m.to start preparing food for the day. By 10:30 a.m., she is ready to start serving people the best food she can.

Noll wanted to thank all her guests that come out and support Kimber’s Korner. She said they would not be there without all the loyal customer.

“We love our customers,” said Noll.

Kimber’s Korner is open Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, and to check out the next day’s special, visit their Facebook page. To place a to go order, call 256-999-0932.

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