Local places on the road for good food

Traveling across the state of Texas can make a fan hungry. Share where you think the best places to eat are on the way to/from a game.

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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby Harvuskong » Mon Jun 11, 2018 10:29 pm

Mae's Meat Market in Eastland TX!!

Wenzel Lone Star Meat in Hamilton TX Open 9 AM, Close 6 PM. They do have a Facebook Page and a webpage.
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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby Harvuskong » Sat Jul 13, 2019 11:21 pm

oneday wrote:Big G's in Tuscola. Its right by the school. I have not had anything bad in there! I always get an app of Fried Green Tomatos! They are the best!

The Homeplace outside of Tuscola is also very good, a family style joint. They have the cheesiest mac & cheese on the planet!


Big G's in Tuscola is no more! Gone!

The Homeplace outisde of Tuscola may also be closed. Or running on a revised reduced schedule. This one bears further investigation.
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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby Harvuskong » Sat Jul 13, 2019 11:35 pm

PCPete wrote:Big O's in Valera is real hard to beat - putting up with Big O is worth the stop.


Hmm, I am curious about that statement about Big O.

I have never eaten there, No time to stop and etc.
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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby Harvuskong » Sat Jul 13, 2019 11:56 pm

The Icehouse in Albany is good.

Isabella's in Knox City is good.

Ma's Crossroads in Santa Anna is good. Turn on to the Brady highway, jump the RR Tracks and there it is!
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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby Harvuskong » Sat Jul 13, 2019 11:59 pm

Cafe Cozumel in Tuscola is good. Located the traffic light in downtown. Across catty corner from Allsup's.
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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby Vincent J. Davis » Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:48 am

Judy's Cafe in my town of Duncanville, Texas

Good cooking, Mrs. Laura will serve you well, tell her Coach Davis sent you. I usually go for breakfast about 7am

get the short stack with eggs over medium and sausage. $6.47 can't beat that!
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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby smokeyjoe53 » Sun Jul 14, 2019 4:07 pm

Southside BBQ in Cherokee. Really good example of Hill Country BBQ. Beans are self-serve and come with every order. Only open Friday-Sunday. Ask Chris if she has any Boston Butt. They don’t pull it, served sliced.
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Re: Local places on the road for good food

Postby FCSA football » Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:15 pm

I know you said no towns over 5000, BUT, Wichita Falls should be exempted for Coaches Conference week.
So, at the risk of being “roasted”, pun intended! Salt and Pepper, close to the mall and Hampton on a side street. Mediterranean flair, small, unique. Take the wife. Fox Hill, a beautiful home built in 1922, fantastic food, great dining areas where the large bedrooms, family room and study used to be and a neat tucked away bar. Food, grounds and atmosphere are wonderful! On the road from Wichita stop in Seymour at Blessings. A former home as well, off the highway, behind the school. Hard to find, worth the effort, small, only 5 or 6 tables. Great breakfast, including wonderful breakfast tacos. Small lunch menu but very interesting food with a Belizean flair and seasonings. And when you get to Leakey on Tuesday or Friday you got to go to Chicken Earls. They have Great fried chicken. Family owned Forever Did I say they have fantastic fried chicken? On Friday you can get fried chicken or fried fish. Oh, I don’t want to forget, they have FANTASTIC FRIED CHICKEN.
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