Cake balls: Not just for breakfast anymore. The menu here features appetizers, salads, entrées, soups, and desserts complemented by a well-chosen wine list, a selection of local craft beers in bottles, and a roster of custom cocktails.
Order a Bar Burgers & Wings Platter and check out a game on one of more than 30 hi-def TVs. The midway keeps the kids entertained while you cheer your team on.
Their beefy claim to fame relies on thin patties "with seared, crispy edges." But don't forget the chili-cheese fries and, of course, frozen custard.
This cafe has a reputation for simple and homey yet flavorful offerings dominated by fresh salads, fat burgers, well-crafted sandwiches, and irresistible sweet-potato fries. Breakfasts are also popular here.
This counter-service, casual farm-to-table restaurant in the suburbs of Round Rock serves a menu made up of of locally-sourced ingredients.
They have modernized the menu here over the years, but the comfort food stalwarts still hold center stage. The Reuben sandwich is one of the best in town. Bright bacon collard greens, loaded mashed potatoes, and Wom Kim's legendary peach pudding are still boss.
This Dallas-area transplant offers big hospitality and big flavors. Try the Maytag blue cheese potato chips.
Breakfast fare includes most of the standards, along with decent tacos and waffles. For lunch or dinner, try the chicken-fried steak plate.
Located in the Harris Branch General Store, Liz's has won over the locals with the homemade Mexican fare, but you can find barbecue and down-home specials as well.
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