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San Benito, Texas
July 21, 2009
Overland Park, Kansas
July 9, 2003
The food is always great and you have enough to take home for lunch the next day. They are famous for chicken-fried steak and lots of side dishes. There are always rolls and cornbread and the tea comes in a Texas-sized glass.
From journal The Shores of Lake Travis
March 5, 2003
If you've never been to Threadgill's, you'll have a hard decision to make: do you get the fried/bronzed catfish or the chicken fried steak? For those vegetarians out there (several of my friends included), Threadgill's offers an awesome five-sides plate which lets you enjoy their absolutely wonderful sides: stewed okra and tomatoes, fried okra, garlic cheese grits, squash cassorole, and broccoli rice cassorole to name just a few.
Sure, I might get a look from the waitress for ordering bronzed catfish, stewed okra, and fried okra but after the first bite, who cares?
One last note: while I'm not a fan, I think everyone should try the fried green tomatoes just once.
Check out their menu online: www.threadgills.com
From journal Soul Food in Austin
December 28, 2002
From journal EATIN' IN AUSTIN
Las Vegas, Nevada
September 3, 2002
From journal Austin, Texas