If you’re hungry for something yummy in Palestine, Texas, you’re in luck.

There are several restaurants to choose from. You can Mexican food, pizza, American food, and more.

Here are some of the best restaurants in Palestine:

Little Mexico has a long history in Palestine. It was first established in 1967 on Court House Square. Since 1987, they’ve been at 2025 West Oak. Little Mexico is extremely popular in their community, sponsoring many of the elementary school sports teams, and partnering with churches, prisons, the fire department, and the police department. Little Mexico’s menu has a
wide selection and some of the most delicious food in East Texas. Start out your meal with a bowl of Hot Dip, Little Mexico’s signature queso. Or try the Queso Con Carne if you would like
that queso with some ground beef. The Frijoles “El Jefe: is another appetizer that has charo beans with ground beef, onions, tomatoes, jalapenos, cilantro, avocado, and cheese. For your
main entree try the nachos with either beans, ground beef and beans, or the fajita nachos.

The Mexican Salas includes lettuce, tomatoes, ground beef, green chili sauce, pinto beans, shredded cheese, red onions, avocado, and black olives in a golden brown tortilla bowl. The Matador
Dinner, the most popular meal here, is two enchiladas (either beef or cheese) with chili, arroz, and frijoles. Beef or chicken quesadillas or chicken tortilla soup are both great choices. And for
the picky eater, there are even chicken strips or chicken fried steak.

Cotton Patch Cafe is a home style food restaurant, located on S TX-256.

Sit down and start with the Fried Green tomatoes: eight crispy fried green tomatoes served with regular rach or avocado ranch. Other appetizers include queso and salsa, fried pickles, bacon cheese fries, fried mushrooms, and chicken fried ribs. If you want soup to complement your meal, try the CPC Potato Cheese Soup-chunks of potatoes in a creamy cheese blend with shredded cheese and chopped bacon. Chicken tortilla soup, chicken and vegetables, topped with avocado, cheese, pico de gallo, and tortilla strips in a homemade broth, is another good option. Chicken and dumplings is a signature item of Cotton Patch. For the main entree try the Grilled Cajun Duo, blackened tilapia filet with cajun seasonings and grilled shrimp with crawfish cream sauce. The Center-Cut Pork Chops or the grilled chicken breast are also delicious. If you’re craving something fried, the chicken fried steak, chicken fried chicken, or the southern chicken fried tenders all will hit the spot. Finally finish off with some Dr. Prepper Chocolate Cake, a warm chocolate cake topped with fudge icing and white chocolate, vanilla ice cream, and fresh strawberries.

On S Royall Street, is one of the best restaurants in Palestine: Switch Brick Oven Pizzeria and Wine Bar. Switch was built on a beautiful, oak-lined hill, and the outdoor patio overlooks the loop. Here you can eat Palestine’s best pizza in classy European style decor. Start your meal with the house chips, served with horseradish aioli or house ranch, or maybe some fried
artichoke hearts, served with caper aioli. Shrimp scampi includes white wine, lemon, garlic, Calabrian pepper flake, and butter. Switch’s signature dish is their Meatball Al Forno: two large
meatballs served with housemade mozzarella and bread. There is, of course, a great selection of pizzas to choose from. The Switch has roasted pear, dolce latte, speck, gorgonzola, roasted
walnuts, and arugula. The Meatball Pizza is san marzano, Switch’s signature meatballs, mozzarella, garlic oil, and pecorino. Their most popular pizza is the Margherita: san marzano
tomato, house-pulled mozzarella, and basil.

ASAP Roofing in Palestine Texas is proud to serve all of Palestine and the surrounding areas. Next time you’re in town, stop by our office and say, “Hello!”