Cafe Homestead, a popular farm-to-table restaurant in Waco, Texas, is on track for a June reopening after being destroyed by a fire in December, as reported by the Waco Tribune-Herald. The restaurant, which boasts 6.7K followers on social media, has been serving locally-sourced American fare that is fresh, natural, and authentic.
The new construction for a much larger Cafe Homestead is well underway, with exterior walls completed and insulating wraps installed. The restaurant’s managing partners are working diligently to rebuild and expand the establishment, despite the challenges posed by the fire.
Since January 31, Cafe Homestead has been operating in a temporary location at Homestead Heritage (388 Halbert Lane, Waco, TX 76705), where it has continued to serve its loyal customers for lunch from Monday through Saturday. The menu remains largely the same, featuring crowd favorites like chicken fried steak, corn fritters, and peach tea.
For more information, contact Cafe Homestead at (254) 754-9604, or email them at email@example.com. Visit their website at cafehomestead.com.
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