Hello & Welcome …

to CoraFaye’s Cafe, Colorado’s destination for southern home cook’n and soul food.  Named after owner Priscilla’s mom, Cora, a self taught cook since the age of 9, and  her sister Faye, for that familiar two-name country tradition. A native of Anniston,  Alabama, she opened the doors on November 1, 2006, using four generations of  her favorite family recipes.

CoraFaye’s reputation for making simply delicious home cooked food is growing by leaps and bounds in Colorado and around the country. She takes great care in training her kitchen staff on following exact family recipes for taste and consistency. “It also gives me a chance to meet and greet our wonderful customers”, states Priscilla.

CoraFaye’s meats and vegetables are often flavored with her family’s homemade seasoning mix offering fewer calories and less fat without sacrificing taste and quality. Plus, they cook in half the time. They even fry their foods with non-trans fatty cooking oils.

“… reminds folks of simpler times and forgotten memories”.

As no two cooks are the same, CoraFaye’s taste and flavors reminds folks of simpler times and forgotten memories. So come on in and sit a spell. Enjoy the aramos of home from grandma’s kitchen, take in the atmosphere and good old fashion, lip-smacking, finger-lickin’ country fixin’s, sweet tea and kool-aid. Yep, kool-aid, red, blue or orange flavors. The first restaurant in Colorado to have it on the menu.