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This Florida Secret was founded
by Arkie Dell Hopkins in 1949 as
a boarding house with meals
included. Now deceased, Mrs.
Hopkins has left a wonderful
legacy of southern tradition.
It is owned by her son Ed,
who sees that the " culinary
rituals" are maintained.

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The kitchen staff still employs
two ladies from the early years.
Chief Cook Cora has been with
the restaurant for 40 years.

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People from all walks of life
come to dine here; from
judges, to doctors, to football
stars (Emmett Smith) to just
regular folks looking for good
food served in a warm setting.

Call for hours of operation
that change seasonally.

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  For more than 50 years the Hopkins' House has been serving  bountiful southern cuisine in a charming and historic setting. 

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  Hopkins' House is an "All you care to eat"establishment where you sit down to dine with strangers and leave with a new found friend. Most meals include
at least two entrees and
at least eight side dishes.

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Cora, Chief Cook

Depending on what day or
evening you dine at the
Hopkins' House you may
feast on their famous fried
chicken, baked ham, or
roast beef.

Come experience a Pensacola
dining tradition. Feast on
delicious food at a fair price
in old-fashioned style.

(850) 438-3979

  900 Spring St.
Pensacola Florida


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