Hooper’s in Kingsland, Texas, is not your everyday eatery. Imagine sitting down for a meal in the same house that was used in the 1974 horror movie, “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.” Yes, you heard that right! This restaurant is located in a building that once set the scene for one of the most famous horror movies ever made.

Hooper's is named after Tobe Hooper, the film's director, and it brings together delicious Southern cuisine and Hollywood history.

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LOOK: YOU CAN EAT AT THE ACTUAL TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE HOUSE

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Photo: Hooper's/Facebook
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When you walk into Hooper’s, it’s like stepping onto a movie set. The walls are covered with memorabilia from the film, and the atmosphere has a spooky vibe. But don’t let that scare you away. The food is the real star at Hooper's. The menu offers Southern favorites that can tackle anyone’s hunger. Hooper's has something to offer if you’re in the mood for a hearty breakfast, a quick lunch, or dinner. They serve everything from pancakes and eggs for breakfast to burgers and steaks for dinner.

The restaurant is a hotspot for movie fans locals and visitors looking for an out-of-the-ordinary dining experience. It’s a place where you can enjoy a good meal, feel a bit of a chill, and maybe even take some cool photos to show your friends. The staff is always happy to share stories about the restaurant's history and connection to the movie.

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Photo: Hooper's/Facebook
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Hooper’s is more than just a place to eat; it’s a destination. Whether you’re a fan of “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre,” a lover of good Southern cooking, or just someone looking for a unique place to dine, Hooper’s welcomes you. Don’t miss out on the chance to dine in this historic movie house.

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