"Home of the throw'd roll"
More than great country cookin' -- it's a unique dinning experience
. 2020 FM 1960, Houston, Texas 77073 - (281) 443-3530
Miles East of Interstate 45 on FM 1960 (Now Cypress Parkway)
7:00 AM to 9:00 PM Sunday - Thursday, 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM Friday and Saturday
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Every lunch and dinner includes a complementary appetizer with fried green tomatoes and fried okra. Extra servers throw you as many hot rolls as you can eat (they are right out of the oven), and you can top off your meal with a complementary muffin (blueberry or chocolate chip -- which ever is fresh from the oven). So bring your friends. It's Houston's place to get scrumptious country cookin..
The Potato Story
Did you know that all potatoes have eyes. Well, Mr. and Mrs. Potatoe had eyes for each other, they fell in love, got married, and had a little Sweet Potatoe, they named Yam. They were very protective of little Yam, so they told her all about the facts of life and the ways of the world.
They warned her about going out and getting Half Baked or Mashed, getting a bad name like Hot Potatoe, and ending up with a bunch of little Tater Tots. Yam said, “Don’t worry. No Spudd will get me into the sack and make a Rotten Potatoe out of me.”
She did not want to be a Couch Potatoe. But, Yam loved the fried okra, fried green tomatoes, rolls, & muffins included with every meal at the Potatoe Patch, so she wasn’t a Shoestring Potatoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Potatoe warned Yam about going off to Europe where she might fall in love with a boiled Irish Potatoe, or a greasy French Fry. They also warned her, “If you go out west, watch our for the Indians, or you might get Scalloped.”
Mr. and Mrs. Potatoe wanted the best for Yam, and they wanted a son-in-law who was really in the Chips. So, they sent Yam off to Idaho Potatoe University where she could meet and marry a really Big Potatoe.
One day, Yam came home and told her parents that she was going to marry Dan Rather. Mr. and Mrs. Potatoe were upset and said, “Don’t marry him. He is just a Common Tater.” But he was very rich, so she married him anyway. And ... he was her gravy train for the rest of her life.