Dallas - Fort Worth November 02, 2017
This Tiny Shop In Dallas – Fort Worth Area Serves Kolaches To Die For
If you’re from the Dallas – Fort Worth area and have ever road tripped south to Waco, Austin, Houston, or anywhere along the I-35 Freeway, you have passed this tiny multi-purpose kolache/gas/deli/sandwich shop in an even tinier town called West. While the store is small, its reputation is bigger than the Lone Star State! Here’s why you simply must try the Czech Stop:
The famous Czech Stop is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week... including all holidays.
It is designed for a one-stop for all with food, clean restrooms, and gasoline.
The shop is located off I-35 (Exit 353) in the town of West.
Its motto is "where delicious is our business," and with a large selection of kolaches, sweets, cookies, and pies, they mean it!
There's ALWAYS a line to get your order... sometimes it's an hour wait during peak times.
Customers don't seem to mind, though. It's THAT tasty!
In fact, this t-shirt proudly expresses the business' encouragement of calling ahead.
Once at the counter, it is almost impossible to narrow your choices.
Aaah... so this is why the lines are long! Customers can't decide what they want when they reach the counter because there is so much delectable eye-candy!
Fruit and cream cheese kolaches are a longtime crowd favorite.
There are numerous selections for the meat lovers too.
Pepperoni puffs, jalapeno poppers, sausage and kraut with pulled pork sandwiches, and hot chubbies with cheese are a few of the tasty options.
Czech Stop is a master of baked goods as well.
Jalapeno beer bread is a must-try!
The bakery also sells unusual foods for the daring...
Pickled pig's feet or pickled eggs, anyone?
Of course, there are Texas- shaped cookies here!
There are always more tasty items to try... or to give as gifts.
They will ship their goodies... but only when the temperatures are BELOW 50 degrees.
Since Texas is as likely to have warm, sunny temps in November and December as cold weather, don't count on this being a good way to get your favorite fresh kolache.
Stop once, and you’re a regular for life! Have you stopped at the Czech Stop before? What made you a kolache foodie? Share your experience with us in the comments!
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