Babe’s Garland Facts
The Babe’s Chicken Dinner house in Garland opened on May 1, 1994.
The Swordfish on the wall once belonged to a good Roanoke customer.
The hanging school house lights came from the now closed Pontchartrain Restaurant. We also have several Pontchartrain tables as well as some of their exterior doors.
The tables and chairs have all come from other restaurants and homes.
The Fire Truck out front is a 1976 International – which served the city of Sherman, Texas. Since that time it has been re-purposed for use by the TDOCC (Texas Department of Chicken Control). For more information about its new mission, please request a copy of TDOCC document 89912.233ea from your server or other representative.
We have some additional tidbits to share when you’re sittin’ in the dining room – just ask to see our Babe’s Facts while you’re finishing up your salad.
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