2020 Milam St, Columbus, TX 78934
Phone: (979) 732-5655
Phone: (979) 732-2386
Fax: (979) 732-2386
Fax: (979) 732-5655
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, American, Seafood
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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09/11/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Ok - originally from the South and now live up North. Found myself driving for business between Houston and Austing as lunchtime was near. And there was Schobels. Didnt expect much - though in a small town, tons of cars outside - just wanted something other that fast food. Well...I got more than I was expecting. It was so good and fresh - perfectly prepared. The owners came in while I was there - so nice and welcoming. They even had an amazing bar with beautiful woodwork - really impressive.
My meal was so delicious that I vowed that I would have to come by. So I wouldnt forget, they told me about their website schobelsrestaurant (dot) com and to sign up for newsletter so I could receive recipes and such. OF COURSE, I thought - would love to get my hands on their coconut cream pie which was to die for. All I can tell you is the salad bar and the chicken fried steak (and pie of course) were excellent and the meal was worth going all the way down to Texas in the summer (was quite hot that day).
07/07/2005Provided by Citysearch -
The first time we ate here it was on a cross country drive and we wound up in Columbus by accident..a lucky accident, at that. The second time we ate here was also on a cross country drive and this time we planned it so that we could eat at Schobel's. It's not that the food is so unusual or special. It's just that it's consistently good all-American chow that tastes good and makes you happy to have it. If they have the buttermilk pie on the menu, order it! It's outstanding.
01/15/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Columbus, Texas is a small blip on the road (I-10 to be precise) about 1/2 way between Houston and San Antonio. I find out interesting that no matter where I travel in Texas, if someone has heard of Columbus, it's either because a) they stop their on their roadtrips for a potty stop or b) they stop there for a quick bite at Schobels' Restaurant. This restaurant is owned and operation by Bob and Andy Schobel and has a delicious buffet and hometown food. Another interesting side note is that two of the Schobel boys, Matt and Aaron are in the NFL and another son, Bo, plays for TCU and will be in the NFL draft this year. You can frequently see all three at Schobels' having a bite.