Little Red Wagon Hamburgers in Round Rock

1993 - 2020

Photo of Former Location of Little Red Wagon Hamburgers
 — 1207 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, Texas 78664
© Atomic Moose

Formerly

1207 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, Texas 78664

(512) 310-2554

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

References

  1. Little Red Wagon restaurant closes, ending decades-long run in Round Rock, Austin American-Statesman, Jan 17, 2020 

  2. Little Red Wagon Hamburgers, Community Impact, Mar 7, 2012 

  3. Former taco man touts bustling burger business, Austin American-Statesman, Sep 3, 2012 

  4. After more than 30 years, Little Red Wagon Hamburgers closes in Round Rock, Community Impact, Jan 17, 2020 

FAQ

  1. Is Little Red Wagon Hamburgers in Round Rock really gone?
    Yes, it really is.
  2. It’s permanently closed?
    Yes. Sorry.
  3. Do you understand my pain right now?
    Just try to remember the good times.

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Timeline

  • 2012 September 3

    I keep lunch under $7. I think people can afford that.
    Former taco man touts bustling burger business
    • “Former taco man touts bustling burger business”
    • Austin American-Statesman
    • Sep 3, 2012
    • page Community News B2
    • Newspapers.com