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'Fixer Upper' star reveals name and menu of upcoming Waco restaurant

(Source: Instagram) (Source: Instagram)
WACO, TX (KXXV) -

HGTV's "Fixer Upper" star Joanna Gaines has revealed the name of a new restaurant coming to Waco. 

According to a blog on her website, Joanna Gaines revealed that the restaurant, formerly the Elite Cafe, will be named Magnolia Table. 

Gaines called the project one of the "biggest projects of the summer."

The menu, Gaines said in the post, will be breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Items such as homemade biscuits, Chip Gaines' famous ham sandwich, Farm eggs Benedict, the Gaines Brothers Burger, and the Gaines' homemade pies. 

The Gaines family announced in 2016 that they had purchased Elite Cafe, which had been a staple of Waco for nearly 100 years. 

The cafe is located on 2132 S. Valley Mills Dr. 

The building was recognized as a historical landmark 20 years ago.

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