The Brazos Belle Restaurant

Brazos Belle Restaurant

Brazos Belle Restaurant

Historical Register Marker

Historical Register Marker

Welcome

Welcome

warm bread!

warm bread!

shrimp - ohsogood!

shrimp - ohsogood!

peaches - ice cream (Blue Bell!) - raspberry sauce - mint - oooooh

peaches - ice cream (Blue Bell!) - raspberry sauce - mint - oooooh

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The Brazos Belle Restaurant in Burton, Texas serves good food.

The site of the restaurant was a general store operated by William Dallmeyer and Joe Steiner.

Built by 1875, this commercial structure first housed the Burton Farmers Co-op. In 1903, German immigrants William Dallmeyer and Joe Steiner opened a mercantile business, which was in operation for over fifty years. The store housed the first telephone in town and served as a local cotton marketing center. Features of the building include a double-gable roof, wooden balustrade, and a 1913 addition with a false front and recessed central entry.

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Posted on June 17, 2009, in Restaurants and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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