Everything’s bigger in Texas, and, as Druthers proves, sometimes fresher, healthier, and made-from-scratchier. Family owned and operated, Druthers gets its name from serving its customers homemade gourmet sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads, and desserts made with fresh fruit, verdant vegetables, and bacon straight off the vine. Recently, the eatery rolled out a fresh line of feastables—the NYC deli sandwiches—which boast a full pound of seasoned, roasted, and smoked meat shuffled up between fresh baked, preservative-free breads. Slip on a grainy pair of meat-mitts and hang a fang on NYC deli style sandwiches such as the Big Apple Rueben, which features a pound of corned beef laying beneath melted swiss, 1000 island dressing, and saurkraut ($12.99). The tarragon chicken salad ($6.99-$7.29) uses the sweet French herb to punch up the poultry-based classic, while an assortment of desserts includes a brownie ($1.50) that deserves more than a few merit badges and a lemon bar ($1.50) packed with more citrus than a Floridian clown car.