The Windy Cow Cafe, Wildorado, Texas

This diner-style restaurant is located just off I-40 and about 15 miles west of Amarillo. The menu includes a variety of creative salads served with your choice of homemade dressing, an assortment of sandwiches and burgers, and a range of dinner choices including gluten-free options. What really grabs your attention though are the delicious homemade desserts.

The look and feel of the restaurant is that of a traditional old-time diner with vintage 1960's furniture and booths - the wood on the walls is actually from the old railroad depot. From the outside it has a cement block façade with windmill/cow artwork on the front. It would be easy to miss as you drive pass but I urge you not to - an unassuming older building from the outside houses some pretty tasty American food on the inside. There's also a lot of free off-road parking to cater for the many hungry roadies that pass through.

The staff are enthusiastic and friendly and often you'll get the chance to meet the owners too. The Windy Cow Cafe is active on Facebook and so it's worth checking out for news on any upcoming events and images of their delicious food.

"The Windy Cow Cafe in Wildorado,Texas is worth a pie and coffee stop or more. Great homemade pies."

Kindly recommended by Jim Urban, USA

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One comment on “The Windy Cow Cafe, Wildorado, Texas”

  1. The place is closed IAW Facebook...
    The Windy Cow Cafe and Dessert Bar
    April 26, 2018 ·
    To our valued friends and customers, due to Dianna's recent health issues we are sad to inform you that we are closing The Windy Cow Cafe and Dessert Bar. Thank you so much for your support the last 3 years. Thank you also for all of the prayers and well wishes for Dianna. They have truly touched our family and we have Faith in our Lord Jesus Christ for complete healing! May you be richly blessed!

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