Best breakfast in Pittsburg! Yummy fried potatoes, seasoned well. Try a hot link omelet, and cheese, onion, whatever you like.
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We each had 5 hot links and I also got cabbage and my husband got the side of stew. The hot links were unlike anything I've ever had sausage wise before. Very good seasoning, no gristle, nice pop of the natural casing. Nice experience.
Having grown up in Northeast Texas, it's a tradition to occasionally indulge by having Pittsburg Hot Links. From the butcher paper "plate" to the unique hot sauce of red pepper and vinegar, you're in for an experience found nowhere else.
I grew up in Pittsburg, Texas which also means that I grew up eating hot links at what was then known as Warricks. I visit Pittsburg a couple of times a year to visit relatives and my last trip was a couple of weeks ago....More
Don't let the name fool you. There's a lot more to this eatery than hot links, but I betcha you'll find that these amazing, original sausages are still more than enough to merit a stop at this hometown favorite! PHL has a serving line and...More
Very busy place Saturday at 12:00 - the line moves pretty fast & the Hot Links are wonderful & very reasonably priced
Not much of a line, apparently timing is everything. The hot links were ready to go - hubby said they were delicious. The kids and I had burgers - they were amazing!! If I'm ever back in Pittsburg we will most definitely be stopping again....More
Amazing food, never had hot links before coming here, not hot as the name implys just great. The gumbo is exceptional as well. I haven't had a chance to try there breakfast but here it's good.
We just went to pick up raw hot links for a BBQ. Smoked they are delicious. They were crowded. But nice as they could be. Great service..
The service is almost nonexistence. The food is nondescript--the speciality is sausages, for crying out loud.