Kingsland, Texas: Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre House - Eat HereThere's no better way to satisfy an appetite than to dine in the same room as a family of cinematic cannibals. Note: The Leatherface dummy has been retired.
Grand Central Cafe
- 1010 King Court, Kingsland, TX
- Now the Grand Central Cafe. On the grounds of the Antlers Hotel, just off Hwy 1431 at Chamberlain St.
- T-Sa 5-9, Su 11-2 (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre House - Eat Here
The Junction House Restaurant closed in 2012 and reopened in 2013 as the Grand Central Cafe. It's still the location where The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was filmed, but the new owners no longer stress the connection. The Leatherface dummy, a highlight of the old Junction House Restaurant, is gone.[RoadsideAmerica.com, 12/20/2013]
This place is currently closed (as of 10/12/12) for renovations. The woman at the hotel on the property said they're looking at an early November 2012 reopening.[Katie, 10/13/2012]
This is the "family house" from the original 1973 Texas Chainsaw Massacre film. The house was built in 1909 in Round Rock, TX, achieved immortality as a film location, then was bought in 1998 and moved to Kingsland.
The house is currently leased as the Junction House Restaurant. When making your reservations, be sure to request sitting in the "Kingsville'"room - that's where the infamous dining room scenes of Texas Chainsaw Massacre were filmed. Beware of Leatherface at the top of the stairs! Great fun![Howard Douthey, 05/15/2012]
Grandpa's the best!