One of Arlington’s most famous burger cafes from Guy Fieri’s ‘DDD’ show has new owners
Chop house burgers sold in Arlington
Hey, Bud! Has something changed at Chop House Burgers?
The Original Chop House Burgers, one of the restaurants that first put Arlington on the Guy Fieri “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” show, has new owners.
Chef Kenny Mills said he has retired after 13 years running Chop House, 1700 W. Park Row Drive.
A partnership has taken over the burger restaurant, which moved back last year to its original location closer to Fielder Road and UT Arlington. (The restaurant is not related to the Chop House Burger restaurants.)
Cafe Homestead near Waco reopens after fire
Hey, Bud! Did you see where Cafe Homestead reopened?
—Message at 817-390-7538
Cafe Homestead, the popular home-cooking restaurant on the Homestead Heritage farm, grist mill and craft village near Waco, has reopened after a Dec. 24 fire.
Homestead is serving the same chicken-fried steaks and peach tea in temporary quarters at a different building on the farm. 388 Halbert Lane, about 5 miles west of Elm Mott.
Where was that igloo-shaped ice cream stand?
Hey, Bud! That igloo-shaped restaurant on West Seminary Drive was called Happy 101. It was a soft-serve concept with a topping bar. They didn’t last long.
Happy 101, 2166 W. Seminary Drive, opened in 1974. A reader had asked about the igloo-shaped ice cream shop near Southwestern Seminary.