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New Diner Opens, Gives Back in Midst of Loss

Arkansas River Valley Business Directory

A new diner in Huntington opened on September 1. Owners, Beverly Stockdale and Richard Deeds have been working overtime to ensure a successful opening.

ADee Diner, located at 112 E. Broadway in Huntington, will serve southern traditional foods, including hamburgers, catfish, homestyle breakfast, and daily specials. Specials will include Monday night wings and football, Taco Tuesday, hamburger specials on Wednesday, spaghetti on Thursday, all you can eat catfish on Friday, steaks on Saturday, and chef’s choice on Sunday.

Stockdale indicated that hamburgers will be fresh, not frozen, and the catfish will be freshly battered. “Richard will be doing the cooking, and he has many years of experience managing restaurants…Prices will be moderate, and the food high quality.”

The diner has a unique name, and a back story that will tug at your heart strings. Stockdale lost her daughter, Lindsay, in June, leaving a young daughter, Addison behind.

Addison Deeds

“We have poured our energy into this, but we want to do it in honor of Lindsay and leave a legacy for Addy (Addison),” shared Stockdale. “We plan to open our doors on Thanksgiving to those who don’t have a place to go and feed them like Joyce (Joyce’s Diner) used to. In honor of Lindsay, we want to give back.”

Additionally, the diner will feature a unique juke box, and live music on Saturday nights, featuring Adam Short of Jughill Annie.”

Stockdale shared they will be featuring the ample history of Huntington area. “I have taken over tours of the Huntington jail, so we will be offering that as well,” continued Stockdale.

The community responded with a positive, supportive turnout for the diner’s opening. “We want to hear from our patrons, concluded Stockdale.” If there isn’t something that isn’t right, we want to know about it.”

For carryout orders, you can call 479-597-6940. You can also visit their Facebook page for more information about menu items.

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