Burger and Fries for Two or Four at Puffabellys Old Depot Restaurant (Up to 52% Off) 

Spring

89% of 663 customers

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Over 270 bought
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In a Nutshell

Served with french fries, open-faced burgers feature toppings such as grilled mushrooms, jalapeños, and bacon

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 16th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $10 for burgers and fries for two (up to a $20.98 value)
  • $20 for burgers and fries for four (up to a $41.96 value)

The menu features burgers (up to $10.49 each) such as a bacon cheeseburger or the Steam Engine burger topped with jalapeños and cheese. All burgers are served open-faced with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and onions.

Puffabellys Old Depot Restaurant

Though Puffabellys' menu clearly states it opened in 1995, the restaurant carries an ambiance and a history evocative of a much older establishment. Initially housed in an old train depot that was relocated from Lovelady, the eatery burned completely to the ground five years after opening. The original structure was completely unsalvageable, but reclaimed materials were collected so that the new structure would echo the personality of its ancestor.

Today, aged tin signs for train lines and ice cream bedeck a dining room where weathered tin cans brimming with peanuts sit on each table. Diners crack the nuts' salty shells as they await plates of fried catfish or the eatery's popular fried green tomatoes. A selection of 10 open-faced burgers exposes steamy layers of shredded cheese with bacon or jalapeños, effectively forcing sandwich picks into early retirement. On Wednesday nights, live music plays during the Songwriter Showcase.



Reviews

This restaurant is all-out Texas food down to the fried pickles and peanut shells on the floor!

Karie N., Yelp, 8/9/11

If you enjoy live acoustic country music in a fun relaxed atmosphere then you need to try it out.

April F., Yelp, 11/28/2012

Tips

  • “Really good food, live music, good vibe”

  • “Great place, good food, friendly serice and wonderful music! Highly recommend!”

  • “Very good sandwich and fries and great selection of craft beers.”

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    Spring

    100 Main St.

    Spring, Texas 77373

    281-350-3376

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