The Saturday breakfast crowd has discovered Horseshoe Hill Cafe.
The hilltop cafe in the Fort Worth Stockyards has always been known for chicken-fried steaks, cowboy cooking and ranch house style.
The breakfast menu got off to a slow start, But any restaurant with Horseshoe Hill’s biscuits will draw a crowd
Now, the Saturday morning selections include a ribeye and eggs, tenderloin tacos, migas, chicken-fried steak-and-eggs or red-chile enchiladas.
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The side dishes include peppered bacon or green-chile cheese grits. And the biscuits are tasty mini-biscuits now, served by the half-dozen with butter, marmalade and first-rate cream gravy.
The classic menu also offers chicken-fried steak a choice of five ways, or either ribeye or tenderloin steaks. There’s also a steak salad.
On weekdays, Horseshoe Hill serves $12 lunch specials: a tenderloin sandwich Wednesdays, meatloaf Thursdays or beef stew Fridays.