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.