Filled with American history and pop-cultural pictures and memoribilia, the place is fun just to look around. The sign that said, "Pig Lickin' Good" and the location on the Pecan Bayou made us curious enough to stop and give this place a try.
On a Sunday afternoon it wasn't too busy; we got a table right away. When we were leaving though, there were people everywhere - even enjoying the giant swing and rocking chairs outside on the porch.
When we walked in Addison asked the hostess if she really had to lick a pig at this place. After the chuckled and told her no, she asked if she could just get some peanuts instead. We got peanuts, color sheet and a table right away.
While we colored, we talked about all of the neat things on the walls like the "Texas Snow Boots" - they were cowboy boots on regular skiis - that was funny.
The kids menu was full of choices - more than just the usual hamburger and chicken. We all ordered something different, but Preston still got a hamburger - that's ok though. He said it was really, really good.
For a sit-down restaraunt, the price was about normal. Plus, we got awesome frisbee's - they were our plates, but we got to take them home! That was awesome.
Our waiter was really nice, but didn't come by much. We waited around for some stuff and shared drinks when we got too thirsty to wait. He did get us all some drinks that we could take with us though and that was cool.
It was a really cool place with lots to look at and talk about, good food with lots of choices, and the coolest kids plates that I've ever seen
102 Early Boulevard
Early, Texas 76802 (Highway 377/67/84)