When it comes to living in a small Texas Panhandle town, your choices of great restaurants are very slim.

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You have your hometown staples and the best hole-in-the-wall places.  However, with the ever-changing world more and more fast food chains are opening more restaurants in smaller towns.

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Most of the people who live in smaller towns want good home cooking when it comes to eating out.   Good down-home cooking is what Pampa, Texas is about to get.

A new BBQ restaurant has moved into town and is ready to make the citizens of Pampa drool as they line up to try out some amazing BBQ.

Fatt Weller's is Opening Soon

Fatt Weller's is located at 2420 Alcock, in Pampa. Just look for the big red and black building.  Fatt Weller's will be opening its doors on Friday, May 26th.  This will be a great way to kick off the Memorial Weekend.  The temporary opening hours will be daily from 11-9.

The restaurant will feature Texas-style BBQ! Plus serving up sandwiches, burgers, Tacos, and loaded potatoes!

Loaded potatoes?  Just picture a big potato topped with brisket and cheese with sauces running all over the top of the spud.  Here's where you can drool!

This location has been several things in the past, like Victory Motors, The Burger Barn, Scott's Truck Accessories, and Fort Apocalypse Surplus, and now it will be something yummy and delicious.  Great BBQ!

Pampa hasn't seen a great BBQ restaurant since Dyer's closed their doors, but now they are about to get a very happy surprise!

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Say what now? Somewhat small?

That's right. These are the towns that seem massive when compared to teensy weensie two-stoplight towns like Pringle (30) or Kerrick (25), but they're definitely not on the same level as cities like White Deer or Panhandle....much less Amarillo.

Buckle up! We've got a places to go and towns to see! These populations are well over 100, but way less than 1000.

All aboard the Somewhat Small Texas Panhandle Towns tour!


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