1207 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, Texas 78664
Description — Permanently Closed
In 1993 the Little Red Barn first opened.1 About four years later the name became “Little Red Wagon Hamburgers.” It was one of many restauarants that self-starter Dan Balderas created in Round Rock and the surrounding area in the last three decades. The LRW served everything from hamburgers to chicken-fried steak to enchiladas to fried shrimp.2 In 2012 it was estimated that the LRW had sold over a million hamburgers. 3
Unfortunately, Little Red Wagon Hamburgers closed its doors in 2020.4
Little Red Wagon restaurant closes, ending decades-long run in Round Rock, Austin American-Statesman, Jan 17, 2020 ↩
After more than 30 years, Little Red Wagon Hamburgers closes in Round Rock, Community Impact, Jan 17, 2020 ↩
Is Little Red Wagon Hamburgers in Round Rock
Yes, it really is.
It’s permanently closed?
Do you understand my pain right now?
Just try to remember the good times.
2012 September 3
I keep lunch under $7. I think people can afford that.
- “Former taco man touts bustling burger business”
- Austin American-Statesman
- Sep 3, 2012
- page Community News B2