I wanted my first review to be a positive one, but this was not the case. It was a bad sign when we arrived right in the middle of what I thought would be the lunch time, after church rush, and found the place three quarters empty. The service was fine and the waitress was pleasant. However, the food was less than stellar. I had the meatloaf sandwich. The meatloaf itself was fine, but nothing special. I appreciated the small bits of onion and bell pepper, rather than the large chunks I find in other restaurants. However, it was served in a cold, soggy ciabatta bun, which broke apart two bites into the sandwich. My wife ordered the Ultimate Club sandwich. I'm sorry, but this was NOT a club sandwich. This was a regular sandwich on a cold, soggy ciabatta bun. The bacon was not crispy and the ham was probably bought at HEB, and was drowning in mayo. I've had better sandwiches at Subway. My daughters chicken nuggets were nice and crispy, but they were standard microwave fare. The dessert was excellent. We tried the ding dong which salvaged the entire experience. I would figure a place called Texas Traditions would have Texas toast, which would have been great with both our sandwiches.