Barbourville welcomes newest business

From left to right: Carolyn Valentine, of the Chamber of Commerce and Commercial Bank, Mayor David Thompson, Tonya Liford, Anthony Liford, Brenda Moses, of KCEOC Community Action Partnership, and Denise Wainscott, director of Barbourville Tourism.
From left to right: Carolyn Valentine, of the Chamber of Commerce and Commercial Bank, Mayor David Thompson, Tonya Liford, Anthony Liford, Brenda Moses, of KCEOC Community Action Partnership, and Denise Wainscott, director of Barbourville Tourism.

The Oven Mitt celebrated its third week with an official ribbon cutting on Tuesday, July 21. The Oven Mitt offers a wide range of dishes, including chicken and dumplings, baked potatoes, steak, and sandwiches.


“Everyone seems to love it,” said co-owner Tonya Liford, “We don’t specialize in one particular thing, we have something for everyone.”
The owners, Anthony and Tonya Liford, plan to expand seating within the next couple of weeks to include a banquet room for overflow seating and special events. The banquet room is expected to seat an additional 30 people.
The Oven Mitt’s hours of operation are:
Sunday-Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday-Saturday: 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Phone: 606-545-0304