33 years of being here feels like coming home.

Here at Cotton Patch Cafe we believe in serving what we’re best at, for the good of our guests. Sure, that means food, but it also means serving each other and the communities we’re a part of. Any restaurant will feed you; it’s our pleasure to welcome you. That’s what Texas hospitality is all about. And it’s our pleasure to serve.

Cotton Patch Cafe knows that as soon as you start cutting corners, the secret ingredient goes right out the window. And for anyone who thinks you can’t taste love, we’ve got a table waitin’ for you. But love isn’t the only thing we season our food with – we use actual seasonings, too. Where some may skimp on flavor because it’s “just a side” or “that’s what ketchup’s for,” we’re proud of every single item on our menu. And we believe part of showing love to people means making sure your food tastes really, really good.

We’re wholesome: we deliver well-being to body and soul. We’re the best parts of old-fashioned, making food from scratch with no additives or preservatives. We also aim to be a wholesome part of the fabric of the communities we operate in as well.

We’re Texan: and if you’re not, that’s okay. We’re warm, welcoming, hospitable and true. We’re neighborly, generous, friendly and loyal. And while there’s plenty to take pride in, well, we try to stay humble anyway.

We’re local: we have an open-door policy to friends, neighbors and strangers alike, and we’ve always got something going in the kitchen for them. We know our guests and our communities, and we’re a part of them just like they’re a part of our restaurants.