We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, when you combine that with the saying “Everything’s Bigger in Texas”, you know that breakfast is going to be good. You need to give your body fuel so you can have enough fuel to get through the day, although sometimes you have to watch out because if your breakfast is too big it can also cause you to take a midday nap. I’m not saying a nap is a bad thing, you just have to have a plan for your day when you’re ordering breakfast. 

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If you’re looking for some breakfast classics such as eggs, hashbrowns, and biscuits you have so many fantastic options across the gigantic state of Texas. But recently, there was an article created by Cheapism discussing the best hole in the wall breakfast restaurant in each state and now I am hungry for breakfast food.  

Naming the Best Hole in the Wall Breakfast Restaurant in Texas is Tough 

There are so many tremendous restaurants to choose from, it would be impossible to visit every breakfast restaurant in every Texas town. So, this restaurant that was selected for being the best in Texas actually came from real customer reviews. 

What Breakfast Restaurant Took the Top Spot in Texas? 

When you’re craving breakfast food and want the best in Texas it sounds like you need to stop into Old Neighborhood Grill in Fort Worth, Texas. They’re known for delicious breakfast tacos, but you cannot leave without ordering at least one biscuit. Whether you like it with butter or covered in gravy, you will not be disappointed.  

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