We were glad that there were a lot of restaurants to choose from close to the hotel where we stayed at. In fact, Abilene has 257 restaurants. However, of our four days together, we ate at Cracker Barrel twice for breakfast, twice at Subway for lunch, and twice at Chili’s for dinner! We maintained the pattern 🙂 It was not bad at all since I was gaining four miles per dollar spent in one of the restaurants. On our third night though, we asked for the receptionist’s recommendation of the best places where we can eat at that was just close to the hotel. One of her suggestions was Betty Rose’s Little Brisket.
Betty Rose’s Little Briskets
This was the recommended restaurant of one of the locals, so we went out and tried it out. Locals are great in pointing you to the best places in their town. Online it was rated fair. It was a little quiet on a Wednesday evening. But we had to wait for our orders for quiet a while, so it was a good time to take our pictures 🙂
I actually like their interior design. It made for an old and homey feel. Around us, we could see the friendly waitresses preparing the napkins and utensils in the far end table.
Their ‘motto’ – “Good food, Good friends, Good times!”.
They served the food on disposable foam plates. The brisket were tender and tasted adequately good. My workmate ordered pulled pork, and it filled him up that he had no room for the cobbler he first wanted. Overall, it was a fair dining experience.