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Old Tyme Burger Shoppe to Change Hours


Texarkana, USA – It’s no secret that Old Tyme Burger Shoppe is one of this writer’s favorite places in town to eat. They have some of the best Chicken Fried Steaks and Chicken Fried Chicken in the region, they are family owned, and the atmosphere is friendly for anyone. If someone comes to town, and intends to eat out, the Old Tyme Burger Shoppe is always one of the best options. Speaking with Thomas “Tombo” Collins today I learned that the hours at Old Tyme will be changing soon. Tombo said that they have received a lot of feedback and request for additional hours at the restaurant. To help with this, a new manager has been hired to assist Tombo, and new ideas are floating around the restaurant all the time. Tombo said the hours would change starting May 1st to meet customer request. Starting May 1, the new hours will be as follows:



The new hours should allow families and friends to stop in and pick up dinner or eat in the restaurant on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings before heading out on the town for other events. It will be easy to go eat, and then head over to a movie or even a football game once the season rolls around again. In a town saturated with mainstream, fast, food restaurants, it’s good to know that Old Tyme Shoppe is around to meet the needs of people wanting fast, quality food. Continue Reading →

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Old Tyme Burger Shoppe Marks 25 Years!

Texarkana, USA – In 1991, Tom and Marcia Collins discovered that Bobbie Grammer and Debbie Grammer had decided to sell the small hamburger shop they had started in Texarkana. Tom and Marcia immediately thought of Marcia’s brother, Randy Thomas, as a potential partner in the business. Although Tom had restaurant experience, Randy did not. Randy insisted that he was in marketing, not cooking, but after a family meeting they decided to purchase the business. Tom Collins and Randy Thomas then set out to ensure that the business was not only successful, but that it also operated as a family-based business. Continue Reading →

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