Kristina is the General Manager of Adams Breezy Hill Restaurant. She is in her fourth year, seeing the restaurant grow from a small space for the lunch time crowd to doubling in space with an addition. The restaurant is now open for dinner on the weekends as well. With an eye for antiques and country décor, Kristina opened C&K’s Classic Country Antiques and Gifts in 1999 out of her home.
Two years later, she moved Classic Country to downtown Princeton and open the Hearthside Cafe next door. Several years later, Kristina decided to break from the demands of owning her own business (in this case 2 different ones side by side) and took a position with Patti’s 1800 Settlement as wedding coordinator. Several years later, her mother and father, Karen and David Adams, asked if she might be interested in opening another restaurant out on there farm just south of downtown Princeton. That was the beginning of Adams Breezy Hill.
Scott is the Sales Manager of Adams Breezy Hill Restaurant. During high school, Scott’s parents opened a florist in Princeton. He began working there and eventually attended the Indianapolis School of Floral Design. After graduating and moving to Louisville, he worked for Rod Wood Florist for two years. After college he started a career in Banking where he spent 16 years working for several large Banks in Louisville KY and Nashville TN. In 2004 he became a partner in a snack food distributor in Louisville before moving back to Princeton in 2013.
What we offer
Battle Creek is a gathering place for weddings, get togethers or whatever reason you have to get family and friends together. We’ve tried hard to keep the entire farm looking like what it is…an old farm, with barns, rolling fields, a small farm house and beautiful scenery. Pictures may be worth a thousand words, but being here and experiencing the beauty of the surroundings is all too different. As well as our wedding barn, there are spacious areas for large tents or even an area for an outdoor wedding. In the Spring of 2015, we anticipate our next project to begin. We have an old pole barn with over 2,500 square feet of space that we will be cleaning up and getting ready for future events.