There's a new breakfast in town, courtesy of Huddle House, an Atlanta-based chain that has opened a location in Fort Worth, at 1151 Martin Luther King Jr. Fwy.
According to a release, the restaurant is open but will host a grand opening celebration in the coming weeks.
Huddle House is known for its round-the-clock breakfast, Southern hospitality, generous portions, and affordable prices.
It's open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but the key thing is that it serves breakfast all day — none of this stopping at 11 am business. Options range from bacon and eggs with hashbrowns to steak and eggs, the "steak" being prime rib tips.
There are waffles, biscuits, omelets, pancakes, and "stuffed hash browns" — a layered concoction in which sausage, bacon or ham, scrambled eggs, and cheese are stuffed inside crispy hashbrowns. It comes with toast or a biscuit.
Lunch includes a big selection of burgers and melts, plus sandwiches like the BLT and Philly cheesesteak. Dinner platters are your basic meat-and-potatoes including chicken-fried steak, fried chicken, and fried shrimp.
There are also salads including a Cobb, and chili.
The Fort Worth location will be Huddle House’s 21st restaurant in Texas.
"We are so excited to bring the Huddle House brand to Fort Worth," says Tim Linderman, the chain's Chief Development Officer. "We can't wait to bring friends and families together over delicious food, served from the heart."
Huddle House is in big expansion mode. There are currently around 400 locations open or in development across the United States.