|Slightly bored with the mundane mealtime
fare? Yearning for an unhurried dining experience, laced with
just the right amount of ambiance? Parcell's Deli & Grille
provides a tastefully perfect recipe for any dining dilemma.
Parcell's Deli & Grille offers a full menu of homemade sandwiches, soup, chili, salads, and desserts. From hearty mushroom and Swiss burgers to California Chicken Salad, each item prepared in Parcell's kitchen is made of only the finest quality ingredients. Parcell's owner, Daniel Slayden believes success is not measured by numbers, but in customer satisfaction. "I strive for repeat business where totally satisfied customers return to dine with us again and again - often bringing friends and family with them on return trips." Slayden explains. "Maintaining quality is the main ingredient of Parcell's success."
|Featuring a spacious dining area, reminiscent of
European cafe dining, Parcell's presents an upscale atmosphere sure to
please those seeking an out of the ordinary dining experience.
Carry-outs are also available.
Hand dipped ice cream creations are the latest innovations dished out at Parcell's. Sweet offerings include waffle, sugar and dipped cones, milk shakes, banana splits, floats and sundaes.
Parcell's Deli & Grille is located in the Draffenville Plaza, Hwy 641 in Draffenville. Business hours and 10:30am until 8pm during the week and 10:30am until 3pm on Saturday.
(from “The Lake Light” Vol. 14 #3 May 21, 2003)
|If God serves hamburgers in heaven then He'll be
ordering them from Parcell's Deli & Grille in Draffenville. I
sure thought I was in heaven when I tasted the double cheeseburger I
ordered at this small eatery on Hwy. 68. Bobby and I were on our
way home after a quick trip to Big Bear Resort to check out a
landscaping job he was bidding on and we decided to stop in for supper
on the recommendation of our friends. We're so glad we did because it
All of the burgers and deli sandwiches are served on fresh baked buns, rolls or bread. The bun my burger was served on was fabulous. Bobby sampled the Mushroom & Swiss burger and it was equally tasty. They have several different salads to choose from also. There are chicken tenders, a Patty Melt and a tempting array of desserts to tickle your taste buds. There are homemade cookies, brownies, lemon bars and muffins. If you're like me though, you be too full to try one.
I'm going back as soon as I get another chance and I'm going to try something else. Check it out for yourself and see what you think.
(from the “Cumberland Ridge Press” April 2003)
|The change in ownership was barely noticed when
Daniel Slayden purchased Parcell's in January 2001. Two years
later, the popular eatery has undergone a more visible change with a
recent expansion, which has more than doubled seating capacity and
added a slightly European flair to the interior.
"The expansion was one of those God things," explains Slayden, "We needed more space, the space next door became available, and then I was approached about renting a portion of the space to a flower shop."
Purchasing the restaurant was also "one of those God things" according to Slayden. "When out daughter, Carson was born, I began to evaluate my life and make some decisions. I had a good job with SKW
in Calvert City, but I wanted to be
able to spend more time with my family." Slayden said, "The
Parcell's were interested in selling the restaurant side of their
business and devote full time to catering. I grew up in the
restaurant business. My father, Mark Slayden, was partners in
Robertos with Bob Holman, and I had worked at the Brass Lantern during
college. I knew that owning a restaurant was a tough business,
which requires a tremendous amount of hard work, but I also knew that
it was something that I wanted to do."