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Focus on Texas: Diners

The grub is good and the charm couldn’t be finer at these stops around the state

Diners sprinkled across the state offer cooking that tastes like home no matter where you travel. Here’s what our members served up, and we’re coming back for seconds!

Reagan Mazy, Sam Houston EC: Sunset at Ranch Hand Cafe in Cleveland.

Shelly Borgfeld Fitzpatrick, Pedernales EC: “We spent our anniversary in the charming town of Blanco and had a delightful experience at the Chess Club.”

Sandra Drake, Bluebonnet EC: Drake’s grandson at Mama’s Daughters’ Diner.

Web Extra: Melissa Ballew, Grayson-Collin EC: Melissa’s father visited from out of town, and they went to a Sherman burger staple, MG’s.

Web Extra: Kay Bell, Nueces EC: “Grub and good music in Terlingua ghost town.”

Web Extra: Donna Spurgin, CoServ: Bebo’s Cafe in Pilot Point.

Web Extra: Linda Peacock, United Cooperative Services: A saloon in Bluff Dale.

Web Extra: Gloria Stevens, Pedernales EC: Austin native Elizabeth Jaros, currently living in Oregon, eats a much-anticipated sandwich at Pok-e-Jo’s BBQ in Austin.

Web Extra: Michael Wright, Pedernales EC: “Located in Austin and Buda, Dan’s is a staple.”

Web Extra: Toni Biggs, Rusk County EC: “Our favorite diner is Dolli’s Diner [in Nacogdoches]. We have made this a tradition each summer.”

Web Extra: Stephanie Adkins, Pedernales EC: “A visit to Royers Pie Haven in Round Top is always a treat.”

Web Extra: Chris Homan, CoServ: This is a breakfast taco plate with handmade flour tortillas at Eddie’s Restaurant & Bakery in Corpus Christi.

Web Extra: Angela Solis, Pedernales EC: “Ino’z in Wimberley offers fabulous diner food and libations with indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the river.”

Web Extra: Cheryl Traudt, Heart of Texas EC: The Lawson family relaxes at Old Jody’s in Temple.

Web Extra: Cheryl Iselt, Bluebonnet EC: “Just another day at the general store in Gruene.”