|My two kids in front of Cotham's after dowing a Hubcap and a Lugnut.|
|Honestly, (and probably thankfully) I thought|
it looked smaller in person than on TV.
Originally designed to feed adjacent farmers, Presidents Clinton and Bush visits here have added to the fame of this place. We had starved ourselves the entire day by the time our road-trip landed us at Cotham's, and the place didn't disappoint.
|My children, after a long drive up from Dallas for the Hubcap Burger|
The place was like of Western movie. You could see remnants of the former general store in plain site. It's as if nothing had really changed in the last 100 years, they just pushed the counter out of the way, tossed in some tables, and started serving burgers.
Massive burgers, like the nearly 1 lb Hubcap Burger. If that's not enough, you can order it in a double, triple, or the fan favorite, the quadruple. It's seasoned well, and while not the best burger I've had on planet Earth, it's darn good, and very tasty. Don't forget some onion rings or green fried tomatoes. It's an amazing novelty in a surreal landscape, that's worth every dime. It's like going back to the future, except they serve modern, great tasting soul food. If this place was in Disney Land you would imagine that it came right out of the movie set, except, this is the real-deal. It's authentic, and that makes it kind of cool.
So strange it was, but I'm now home and enjoying normalcy. Normalcy, it's so overrated. Who wants to be normal when the next adventure is right around the corner?