NE Corner of 16th St. & Bethany Home Rd CFS Served 895820

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Become a member today and make your Momma proud!

Terms and Conditions:
Clean your plate at lunch and get one punch, two punches for a clean supper plate. Bring your card with all the stars punched and redeem it for a free dessert with your next meal.

Anyone caught shoving their vegetables onto their little brother’s plate or feeding the last bites to the dog will have their card confiscated & sent to bed without a story or dessert.


Texas Sweet Tea

teaIs sweet tea a Texas thing, or not? The answer to that question seems to depend on who you ask, what part of Texas they are from, how old they are, and where their family came from before they got here. Read more about it at Texas Monthly.


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May. 1, 2007

 Since 1985, this shrine to Texas has been dishing out 10-gallon-size portions of Lone Star roadhouse fare. Naturally, the emphasis is on beef, pardner. That means filet, rib eye, New York strip, prime rib and T-bone. But most of all, it means what may well be the best chicken-fried steak west of the Pecos: thin, lean and handsomely crusted, served with the kind of stick-to-the-ribs mashed potatoes that can help a cowpoke work all day on the range.



What's the world coming to anyway? Restaurants these days haven't the slightest qualm about serving instant mashed potatoes that taste exactly like what they come in-cardboard. Lucky for us potato purists, there's Lone Star, owned and operated by two fellows whose mamas brought them up right. They start with real Idahos, whip them (skins and all) into sturdy drifts and serve them with wells of cream gravy. These spuds are just loaded with integrity (not to mention calories), and we wouldn't have them any other way.