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Just started leasing just outside of Graham in Young County. We have tried Brothers BBQ which was great, anyone have any suggestions of other good spots with a good bar?


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Rocking S is decent, heard the pool hall next to the Whaturburger has great burgers. The Dis Chiles has a bar.

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Dinner Bell for breakfast and dinner
Fox Hollow best catfish and cold beer for supper
all our Mexican food places suck
check the little trailers around for good street tacos


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Neri’s on the square has a bar and good food.

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Originally Posted by DQ Kid
Rocking S is decent, heard the pool hall next to the Whaturburger has great burgers. The Dis Chiles has a bar.


Rocking S is closed for remodeling not sure when they will open back up.


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I've been hunting around Graham for 13 years. Granted I did not eat there last year but I've always liked Mi Familia...I certainly never thought it sucked. Now as for the "Mexican" food you find strangely at almost every restaurant/cafe in the region that ISN"T a Mexican Food restaurant - I'd have to agree.

I do enjoy the other places mentioned. Out at PK I must say I love the prime rib at Possom Hollow, didn't know there was a Fox Hollow too - will have to look into that. I'm usually pleased after having a steak at Wildcatter. If I'm wanting nothing but a good burger and root beer you can't beat KN. I do frequent Rockin S alot also. I miss Sandersons something bad...that place that is there now, well it isn't Sandersons...sometimes I hunt a little late for hogs, if KN is closed and I'm wanting a burger I go to Dairy King...it's ok but not as good as KN Root Beer.

I never have tried the food trailers/trucks. Will have to give them a try.

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Dinner Bell for breakfast and dinner
Fox Hollow best catfish and cold beer for supper
all our Mexican food places suck
check the little trailers around for good street tacos


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The Prickly Patch in Ivan good food and a bar, about 15 miles south of Graham on 67 in bustling Ivan Tx. Open Wednesday thru Saturday usually have live music on Saturday

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The Prickly Patch in Ivan good food and a bar, about 15 miles south of Graham on 67 in bustling Ivan Tx. Open Wednesday thru Saturday usually have live music on Saturday


Agree and Karen Pratt cooks a great lunch at South Bend. Small café on SW side 67 right before South Bend.


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Prickly Patch is very good with cold beer and really nice folks.
Hungry Fox at Fox Hollow has some of the best catfish I have ever had.


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Originally Posted by scalebuster
Neri’s on the square has a bar and good food.

Neri's in Downtown Jacksboro is good too


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Oh how I miss Flo's Mountain Burgers, Sonny's chopped beef sandwich (chopped in front of you, while you wait), or a chicken fried steak from Pollards or Margeriett's buffet, catfish from Strykers or Bullocks Cafe.

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I miss Bullocks every time I drive by there. I like Mi Familia pretty good. The pool hall has a great burger.


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Originally Posted by Earl
I've been hunting around Graham for 13 years. Granted I did not eat there last year but I've always liked Mi Familia...I certainly never thought it sucked. Now as for the "Mexican" food you find strangely at almost every restaurant/cafe in the region that ISN"T a Mexican Food restaurant - I'd have to agree.

I do enjoy the other places mentioned. Out at PK I must say I love the prime rib at Possom Hollow, didn't know there was a Fox Hollow too - will have to look into that. I'm usually pleased after having a steak at Wildcatter. If I'm wanting nothing but a good burger and root beer you can't beat KN. I do frequent Rockin S alot also. I miss Sandersons something bad...that place that is there now, well it isn't Sandersons...sometimes I hunt a little late for hogs, if KN is closed and I'm wanting a burger I go to Dairy King...it's ok but not as good as KN Root Beer.

I never have tried the food trailers/trucks. Will have to give them a try.

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Dinner Bell for breakfast and dinner
Fox Hollow best catfish and cold beer for supper
all our Mexican food places suck
check the little trailers around for good street tacos


Didn't know KN still existed, they have been gone from here for decades. That frosted mug of root beer was mighty good. I had my first burrito there, didn't even know what they were.

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Originally Posted by fmrmbmlm
Originally Posted by Earl
I've been hunting around Graham for 13 years. Granted I did not eat there last year but I've always liked Mi Familia...I certainly never thought it sucked. Now as for the "Mexican" food you find strangely at almost every restaurant/cafe in the region that ISN"T a Mexican Food restaurant - I'd have to agree.

I do enjoy the other places mentioned. Out at PK I must say I love the prime rib at Possom Hollow, didn't know there was a Fox Hollow too - will have to look into that. I'm usually pleased after having a steak at Wildcatter. If I'm wanting nothing but a good burger and root beer you can't beat KN. I do frequent Rockin S alot also. I miss Sandersons something bad...that place that is there now, well it isn't Sandersons...sometimes I hunt a little late for hogs, if KN is closed and I'm wanting a burger I go to Dairy King...it's ok but not as good as KN Root Beer.

I never have tried the food trailers/trucks. Will have to give them a try.

Originally Posted by snake oil
Dinner Bell for breakfast and dinner
Fox Hollow best catfish and cold beer for supper
all our Mexican food places suck
check the little trailers around for good street tacos


Didn't know KN still existed, they have been gone from here for decades. That frosted mug of root beer was mighty good. I had my first burrito there, didn't even know what they were.



I believe it has recently changed hands, but still the same place. They have a few more offerings on the menu now though.


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But still the same frosted mug of root beer! I get that and the Texas Burger and I'm a happy guy. Earl

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I've been hunting around Graham for 13 years. Granted I did not eat there last year but I've always liked Mi Familia...I certainly never thought it sucked. Now as for the "Mexican" food you find strangely at almost every restaurant/cafe in the region that ISN"T a Mexican Food restaurant - I'd have to agree.

I do enjoy the other places mentioned. Out at PK I must say I love the prime rib at Possom Hollow, didn't know there was a Fox Hollow too - will have to look into that. I'm usually pleased after having a steak at Wildcatter. If I'm wanting nothing but a good burger and root beer you can't beat KN. I do frequent Rockin S alot also. I miss Sandersons something bad...that place that is there now, well it isn't Sandersons...sometimes I hunt a little late for hogs, if KN is closed and I'm wanting a burger I go to Dairy King...it's ok but not as good as KN Root Beer.

I never have tried the food trailers/trucks. Will have to give them a try.

Originally Posted by snake oil
Dinner Bell for breakfast and dinner
Fox Hollow best catfish and cold beer for supper
all our Mexican food places suck
check the little trailers around for good street tacos


Didn't know KN still existed, they have been gone from here for decades. That frosted mug of root beer was mighty good. I had my first burrito there, didn't even know what they were.



I believe it has recently changed hands, but still the same place. They have a few more offerings on the menu now though.


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Thanks everyone!


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Originally Posted by newbraunfelsraider
Oh how I miss Flo's Mountain Burgers, Sonny's chopped beef sandwich (chopped in front of you, while you wait), or a chicken fried steak from Pollards or Margeriett's buffet, catfish from Strykers or Bullocks Cafe.

These are only known by someone that grew up here... Flo's cop burger probably caused me high cholesterol as a kid and the puffs at Strykers! damn I spent a lot of lunch $ on them.

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HuntingBig8, since you live there. What happened to Foy's? That place I know was there for years and years. One of my lease partners grew up in Graham and mentioned the family being there when he lived there long ago. I used to get a steak there once or twice a deer season. Another place gone I liked. Earl

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Earl I think Foy's is know Downhome Restaurant or something great breakfast and very reasonable.


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thanks, I may have to give it a try. The last year or two I couldn't tell if there was something in their location or not - just knew it wasn't Foys smile (that place never did have great signage or lighting).

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Earl I think Foy's is know Downhome Restaurant or something great breakfast and very reasonable.


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Originally Posted by Earl
thanks, I may have to give it a try. The last year or two I couldn't tell if there was something in their location or not - just knew it wasn't Foys smile (that place never did have great signage or lighting).

Originally Posted by snake oil
Earl I think Foy's is know Downhome Restaurant or something great breakfast and very reasonable.



I took the family there for breakfast after my boys ballgames this morning. It was great.

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thanks, I may have to give it a try. The last year or two I couldn't tell if there was something in their location or not - just knew it wasn't Foys smile (that place never did have great signage or lighting).

Originally Posted by snake oil
Earl I think Foy's is know Downhome Restaurant or something great breakfast and very reasonable.



I took the family there for breakfast after my boys ballgames this morning. It was great.



I was in there yesterday morning by myself. Friend of mine and his older daughter came in when I left. scalebuster pm your name and I'll pm mine we might know each other.


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Originally Posted by snake oil
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thanks, I may have to give it a try. The last year or two I couldn't tell if there was something in their location or not - just knew it wasn't Foys smile (that place never did have great signage or lighting).

Originally Posted by snake oil
Earl I think Foy's is know Downhome Restaurant or something great breakfast and very reasonable.



I took the family there for breakfast after my boys ballgames this morning. It was great.



I was in there yesterday morning by myself. Friend of mine and his older daughter came in when I left. scalebuster pm your name and I'll pm mine we might know each other.
Wish I would have known. I was there yesterday for my niece and nephew's kids game at the practice field for the high school.


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Bobby, my boys were playing at the stadium. Flag football is pretty boring to watch but it gets better the older they get. Thankfully the oldest will be in pads next year and things will get a lot more interesting. I think you have my number on PM. Next time you’re in town call me and I’ll buy a cup of coffee or a beer depending on the time of day.
Snake, I’ll PM you my info. Same offer.

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I would also recommend Hole in the Wall cafe in Newcastle. Its not that far of a drive. Get the hog burger!


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