Texas Food Joints That Prove Good Things Come in Small Packages

Jhan Beaupre

Long before there were tiny houses, there were tiny restaurants such as the Burger Bar in Cleburne.

In a red brick building that measures just 12 feet by 12 feet and seats only four at its old school counter, it once housed a pioneer wagon yard and livery stable office, a taxi dispatch station and finally the Burger Bar. The same family has been serving up hot juicy hamburgers since 1949 and the secret may be in the 100-year-old grill.

Another example of a successful small place is Bailey’s Barbeque, a hole-in-the-wall joint in downtown Fort Worth. Serving good ole Texas barbecue in a signature brown bag, they are a true Texas gem.

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