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BY CHEF TOM JONES
“The Chicken-Fried Steak of My Dreams”
– Katharine Shilcutt, Houston Press
IT’S BREAKFAST AT ANY TIME
STORE HOURS: 6 AM TO 10PM
FOOD WORTH WAKING UP FOR
6AM EGGS BEN-ADDICTION.
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The Classic Diner – Refined.
Tom’s Burgers & Grill is the brainchild of Chef Tom Jones, an engineer turned culinary champion.
Come in for scrumptious pecan smoked burgers, potato chip crusted chicken fried steak and a unique and diverse menu of diner favorites.
We took the classic ‘50s diner, threw a foodie spin on it, but didn’t stop serving the burgers, floats and pecan pie.
The Most Important Meal of the Day
It’s not weird to dream about breakfast if you live in Arlington, TX. In fact, if you’re losing sleep over Eggs Benedict, we have great news – we’re serving our entire morning menu from 6:00am until 10:00pm. If you were looking for breakfast, we found it.
Come in for Texan classics like Chorizo & Eggs, Migas, Breakfast Quesadillas and Breakfast Burritos. Want to keep it simple? Look no further for a fluffy shortstack, buttery waffles, decadant French Toast and of course – biscuits and sasuage gravy.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Who’s hungry?
We’re All About the Ingredients
We’re obsessed with the Hatch Chile. It’s not too hot and not too mild. It’s just right — and it tastes incredible in Tom’s Hatch Chili Burger. Every August, Chef Tom, buys a year’s supply to fire-roast over our pecan smokin’ grill.
Did you know that we have a beer keg in the kitchen? Freshly tapped beer is just one key ingredient in our crispy beer battered onion rings. They are so delicous, the Dallas Observer called them “perfect little halos for diner angels in heaven.”