if you want pics ...https://texasinn.com/First
choice is two or three (if hungry
) genuine dyed red all junk meat wieners on fresh from local bakery soft steamed hot dog buns slathered with Texas Inn's own recipe chili and Texas Inn's own recipe mustard relish with chopped onions. Served with a side bowl of Texas Inn's own chili with beans and a couple packets of those flower shaped crackers.Second
choice is a 8 ounce piece of beef hamburger grilled on the open grille as a egg is fried in a 6" cast iron skillet over a gas flame beside it, then the egg is slapped on the hamburger beef patty, both placed on a bun and you get a bit of Texas Inn's own recipe Mustard relish ... a slice of cheese is optional. Served with a side bowl of Texas Inn's own chili with beans and a couple packets of those flower shaped crackers.Third
choice is just skip it and go home ... likely hungry.
I've known the food here since 1959, the old picture with the old Ford was called The Texas Tavern, in the years since it moved across the street and half a block north, the counter is longer, before Covid it seated 15, some more than the 10 advertised in the older narrow white building. Open 24/7 once, anyone who was up at night thought to go there in the wee hours.
I'm searching for an answer to an age old question a friend recently repeated. Assume it's on me.