The Exline Country Store
Exline, an old coal mining town of 191 people, was in need of a local gathering spot for its residents. Morgan Cline, a retired advertising executive, grew up on a farm south of Exline and was a member of the last graduating class of Exline High School. When Cline saw a need for a community space in Exline, the idea for the Old Country Store was born.
The Exline Old Country Store & Antique Exchange opened in October 2003 on Main Street. Today, the store’s 4,000 square feet are home to antiques, groceries, snacks, books, crafts, and more. You can fill up with Sinclair gasoline, or rest by the pot-belly stove in the “Sit & Spit Corner.” (Sorry, no spitting allowed!) And in warm weather, you’ll find wood rocking chairs are kept on the porch just waiting for weary travelers and Exline folks to sit and chat.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner—everything’s delicious. Be sure to join the Coffee Club for just $3.99 and get your own mug. The rest of your fill-ups are just 25 cents a cupwww.exlinecountrystore.com