Everything is bigger in Texas. You only have to look at the cinnamon rolls at the Mecca to know that's true. Wider and longer than most customers' heads and slathered with a good quarter inch of frosting, these pastries are as much a stunt as food, and people come from all over just to test their stomachs against this gargantuan mound of sugar overload. Most of them lose. Beyond this signature dish, the food is straightforward, fairly priced, and lovingly prepared and served. This is a cherished neighborhood diner and it has been one since 1938. Most customers are welcomed by name, a waitress comes to offer coffee as soon as your cup hits the halfway mark, and everyone seems to be in a good mood when they step in the door. That last bit is enough reason for me to dine here.