Update: This location is temporarily closed due to a fire in March 2015, but they're so good that we wanted to keep them on our "recommended" list. We'll check back every six months to see how the reconstruction efforts are progressing. Spring was a railroad boomtown when the Wunsche brothers built their hotel, saloon and cafe beside the tracks in 1902. The roadhouse has been renovated, but the rough-edged character of the place remains intact. Today, oversize hamburgers, chicken-fried steaks with pepper gravy, country-style vegetables and bountiful homemade desserts are the main attractions. Top-notch entertainment, courtesy of some outstanding Texas singer-songwriters are a bonus - call for the music schedule.
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