Sulphur Springs is a city in Hopkins County, Texas, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 15,449. It is the county seat of Hopkins County. Sulphur Springs is located along the western edge of Northeast Texas.
Things to do in Sulphur Springs
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Small place near town square only open M-F 6am to 2pm. Comfort food for breakfast and lunch.
We stopped here as we were heading home after a recent visit with family. We both ordered the 3-egg breakfast, mine scrambled and his over easy. His eggs were cooked perfectly and the hash browns, sausage, and biscuits and gravy were good. My scrambled eggs,...MoreSorry you were unhappy with your breakfast. If you had expressed your concerns to your server we would have been glad to redo your order. Please come back and give us another try!
4 based on 29 reviews
This is basically an ice cream parlor and restaurant and grocery store. The grilled chicken and cheeseburger were good. The ice cream was excellent. The seating area is small but works for the restaurant. There is a small grocery section including half gallons of their ice cream.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Coffee shop, Breakfasts, Lunches, Catering and Parties. Best Coffee Anywhere. Great food with emphasis on Fresh, Locally Produced, Organic if available Ingredients.
We dropped in for coffee before camping. We enjoyed the variety at the coffee bar. The staff was friendly, making us feel welcome and comfortable. As always I'd love to see honey or raw milk or cream available.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I ordered two chocolate cookies for my lunch desert and was shocked to receive the bill for $4 plus tax. Wow, these cookies are good, but not great.I am so sorry you were overcharged, our cookies are pretty amazing, but you were not charged correctly. If you'll call the bakery, we would like to work with you to resolve this immediately!
4 based on 134 reviews
The Trollinger's have been providing great Tex-Mex food at this location for years! We frequent this eatery weekly with a group of friends after Sunday night church and usually 1 other time during the week with family. The food is always hot, the atmosphere comfortable and friendly and the price reasonable!
5 based on 34 reviews
This is a great place to have lunch or dinner. You can sit inside or out on the sidewalk. Everyone is friendly and the service was quick. A must when visiting Sulpur Springs!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Ate there Thu 12/07/2017 around 5pm. Restaurant is in downtown Sulphur Springs with free but limited street parking. Outside seating was available, but too cold for that. Inside, the German themed eatery had clean and attractive seating. We were immediately lead to a high top table and given a menu with relatively few choices and small print. Got an early beer order submitted while we decided on our meal.
I got their mixed plate with snitzel, sausage and veggies ($18.95) along with two beers ($4.99 ea). Wife had a beef roulade with dumplings ($15.95). We started meal with a pretzel ($4.95) and finished with a strudel ($5.95). Everything was delicious. Service was great throughout the meal. Our cost before tip was $57.69. Time to menu/order/drinks/food/and bill were all quick.
We like, but infrequently eat German food. Not sure exactly what everything on our plate was, but it was quite tasty. We left full and satisfied Final thoughts: food, service and value were all good and would love to visit Joe's again next time in town.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
The name will tell you that these people do burgers and fries above all else!
Menu is simple, but the tastes are amazing. Choices of how you want your burger? They have them, and then some.
And then there are the fries! Handcut, fresh, hot, and (can be) messy! We went for cheesy goodness.
To the last bite, we were SO happy here!
4.5 based on 64 reviews
We were leery to try this location as every time we drove past there were very few vehicles in the parking lot. We went ahead and tried it anyway and were glad we did. I got the 2 meat plate with Sliced Beef, Turkey, Mac & Cheese and Coleslaw. They keep their BBQ sauce warmed up which was a first for me and got a bit messy the first squirt I tried to put on my meats. But both the beef and Turkey were smoked very well yet still juicy which is hard to achieve in my experience! Coleslaw was my style as I prefer the sweeter type versus the vinegar based ones. There were still very few customers inside but the food was well worth the price! I was going to get some dessert but was full from the entree.
4 based on 79 reviews
First.....Friday late afternoon and place was not to busy My wife and I declined to try this place again after our first visit (terrible)
This visit was not any better!!!!
All the fried food tasted burnt and had basically the same flavor due to the oil it was cooked in.
Fish not crispy Breading falling off of the shrimp Okra mushy and the wife's BBQ Turkey tasted like it was from Walmart. Fries were soggy and tasted like fish but.....the tea was OK.
People who say this place had good food doesn't know what food should taste like!!!!
Save your money and time and skip this place.
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