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Snacks and Stuff Texas


Jack 'n Jill Donuts
Waco, TX
Photo courtesy Chris Richey

The Jack 'n Jill Donuts of Waco still features a neon sign atop its roof, flagging down potential donut eaters.



Sandy's Frozen Custard
Austin, TX
Photo courtesy Chris Richey

Check out this sign for Sandy's Frozen Custard of Austin, TX. The custard depiction on the sign looks good enough to eat.



Southern Maid Donuts
Odessa, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's a shot of the neon sign for the Southern Maid Donuts, located near downtown Odessa. This donut factory features the "magic donut".



Photo courtesy Richard Weiss

Any roadside trip through Texas would not be the same without a stop at a Stuckey's. Stuckey's began with a roadside pecan stand in Georgia in 1937 then grew to over 350 locations. Many roadside travelers will remember the familiar blue roofs as they hit the road for the past 70 years. In the late 70's Stuckey's was owned by a corporation and the familiar stands started to become ghosts. The number dropped to 75. Now with W.S. Stuckey Jr. at the helm, Stuckey's has grown back to around 200 locations and hopefully will be around for our kids and grand kids. 02-07



Rinaldi's Ice Cream
San Antonio, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out the roadside stand for Rinaldi's Ice Cream, located in San Antonio, TX. 07-07







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