Texas loves food; we've been known to come up with some incredible eats and, in some cases, some hilarious names for our restaurants too. Some have come up with names that once you hear them, you'll never forget them.

These places to eat & drink in Texas have some funny and awesome names

These are all real places you can find in Texas and yes they are still open today so you can go see these places for yourself. One place in particular might become a favorite for horror movie buffs...

10 Texas Restaurants With Hilarious Names

Texas definitely has a sense of humor; these local places for good & drinks have some truly hilariously awesome names.

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Some other places that are definitely worth mentioning were (as some of these places are food trucks and restaurants that are no longer around but are still remembered):

There's a great chance I missed some other places to eat that have some hilarious names so keep your eyes peeled when traveling in Texas. You'll certainly remember these places just by the names themselves. You also might just find your new favorite spot while on a road trip through the Lone Star State.

However some names are NOT so hilarious and have been known to get in trouble; you can read about the Texas pizza shop that had some... not so friendly signs posted around the shop here.

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