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Chip and Joanna changed the name to Magnolia Table, probably in part to link it with their other businesses, but also because, as Joanna explained, “We want the name of our restaurant to convey the idea that all are welcome here. Our hope is that when you step into this place, you know that everyone has a seat at our table.”

While the bakery was more Joanna’s baby, “Opening a breakfast joint has always been something that Chip’s been interested in—and it’s been so fun to watch how excited he has been about the entire process,” she said.

Jacksons Home & Garden to the rescue!! Bob Jackson, owner of Jackson’s Home and Garden, received a phone call late Friday night from Susie Wimberly- HGTV-Magnolia @magnoliatable (Waco,Tx). They had purchased a large pot recently, for the Grand Opening of @magnoliatable with filming for HGTV, beginning today. Unfortunately, one of the large pots at the entrance to @magnoliatable was accidentally shattered and needed to be replaced, urgently. Bob Jackson to the rescue!! Bob with an associate from @jacksonshg, opened the warehouse @jacksonspottery, early Saturday morning. They loaded the large replacement pot (300lbs) into Bob’s personal vehicle, and immediately drove to Waco, Tx to make the delivery. Our mission is to serve our customers, to do everything in our power to satisfy our customers, and to create a shopping experience like no other. @jacksonshg thank you @joannagaines and your wonderful assistants @magnoliatable.

Oh, so many plants. A self-described #PlantLady, Joanna never fails to incorporate florals (both real and faux!) into her designs, and Magnolia Table is no exception. Instagram photos that have since been deleted showed window boxes outside the restaurant.

Magnolia Market’s regular business hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The market—as well as the Gaineses’ restaurant, Magnolia Table—is closed on Sundays.

The silos grounds offers free parking (enter on 8th street), including handicap spaces on 6th street. If the lot’s full, you can always park farther away (but please, avoid railroad tracks and the lots of neighboring businesses) and take the free Silo District Trolley to the market instead.

Not a breakfast fan? Don’t worry: Magnolia Table will serve lunch and dinner, too.

Fun fact: Chip and Jo plant a magnolia tree in the landscape of every home they renovate. We sure love seeing these beauties in full bloom at the Silos! #MagnoliaSilos #Wacotown

“I’ve always been a breakfast connoisseur,” Chip told Southern Living. “I always do a heavy, bigger breakfast, but Jo is the exact opposite. She was kind enough to come with me on this one, and we are going to do up a breakfast joint here in town.”

For the grand opening, they even outfitted a vintage car with balloons, a nod to the baby blue Cadillac that used to park outside the restaurant back in its Elite Cafe days.

“People always say the restaurant business is a beast—and we believe that, we aren’t naive to the fact that this is all new to us—but we are genuinely thrilled that we get the opportunity to restore a Waco treasure into something new,” Joanna wrote in a June update on the Magnolia Market blog. Here’s everything we know about Chip and Joanna’s restaurant so far (plus a first look at the inside and the menu):

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Don’t forget to dig into our Magnolia Seed & Supply shop when you visit the Silos this weekend! #MagnoliaSeedSupply #MagnoliaSilos

For the bakery’s first birthday, we celebrated big! Head to the blog to see all the fun details—down to the party hats, birthday cupcakes and balloons! 🎈This party was easily one of our favorite celebrations yet. #SilosBakingCo (

I understand the importance of branding as much as anybody. However, I sure do wish they could have settled on “Chip’s Elite Cafe” or something similar. They are good people with a good part but at some point you pass the point of name saturation. We are passed that point. #kidzu #magnoliatable #fixerupper #elitecafe #wacotown #imnsho

Hence the sign out front which has been rotating on-theme messages including, “We’ll let you know when breakfast is ready,” “We go together like bacon and eggs,” and “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.”

The architectural finishes and design flourishes both inside and outside are super nice and well thought-out. Even the restrooms are elegant, with heavy black wooden doors, striking black-and-white tile floors, white subway-tile walls and framed illustrations taken from circa-1800s copies of Vanity Fair, like the Duke of Northumberland, a dashing old man in a top hat. If you like the antique-looking white-enamel-on-metal TOILET signs on the doors of the restrooms, you can, of course, buy one ($14).

The emphasis at Magnolia Market is on home-design accent and gift items, including bud vases ($8 and up), antique-look signage (for example, a BAKERY sign, $88), Magnolia Farms T-shirts ($26), kitchen canisters (for instance, one labeled with an old-timey Parisian delicatessen’s logo, $16), fancy soap ($12), picture frames ($8 and up), silk flowers ($9 and up) and Joanna’s Signature Candle ($26). Some, but not all, of the merchandise is available online.

No surprise there; we do know Joanna loves carving out coffee corners. The pictured section pays homage to the Elite Cafe’s history with a mural above the bar.

There’s Magnolia Table the restaurant, and then there’s Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering, Joanna’s cookbook set to hit shelves Tuesday, April 24. But the cooking styles in both will crossover, so if you can’t make it to the restaurant when it opens, you can always whip up the dishes at home.

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A trellis on either side of the “Take Away” entrance supports a gorgeous “living wall”—the perfect place to pose for pictures.

Mom hugs fix everything—that’s for sure. Thanks for stopping by the garden, @keidra_lejeune. 🌿#MagnoliaSilos #MagnoliaSeedSupply

“When we started planning for the restaurant we were passionate about using locally grown produce,” Joanna captioned a photo of her beautiful garden on Instagram. “We love that many of the veggies will be coming straight from our home garden at the farm!”

Take me back to Waco! Chip and Jo’s new restaurant wasn’t open yet but we did drive by to peek inside and let me tell you, it is going to be amazing! Guess @rclark75 is going to have to take me back next year for @magnolia Table 😜

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The restaurant is getting so close. Magnolia Table will be open soon and we can’t believe it?!? Chip + Jo=❤️

I kinda want to live at the restaurant… Magnolia Table you are lookin’ pretty 😍

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The anniversary of the store’s opening is celebrated every year in a festival called #Silobration, complete with a vendor fair.

There’s always room at the Table 🙌🏻 . . . #magnoliatable #tgif #bestbiscuitsintown

Last week’s Bakery reveal was such a fun one! Watch an all new #fixerupper tonight at 9/8c @hgtv

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Late afternoon on a Thursday, Magnolia Market was rather quiet. On Saturday morning, it was rather mobbed. (It’s closed on Sundays.) Though we didn’t have to wait to get in, some visitors have reported that entry lines sometimes happen.

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The Magnolia Table is now officially open! So thankful for the amazing team that helped get this restaurant up and running. Happy Grand Opening @chipgaines proud of you and your vision for this place ❤️

Have you made the trip to Magnolia Market, Chip and Joanna Gaines’s store in Waco, Texas, yet? Fans of HGTV’s Fixer Upper know that the couple undertook their biggest rehab project ever when they acquired a sprawling downtown Waco property that includes two huge grain silos and a 20,000-square-foot barn. Since its grand opening in 2015, the complex has quickly become more than a store—it’s a major destination, where thousands flock every week. Here’s what you need to know about visiting the silos.

Outside to your right, there’s an irresistible photo op: those iconic grain silos—which you can’t actually enter, but which sure look impressive. According to the Magnolia website, the couple has big plans for the structures. Last we heard, Chip was set to open his own store in one silo, but there hasn’t been an update on the progress since January. Of course, the couple has been quite busy; they’re currently expecting baby number five! (For now, he has “Chip’s Corner,” a small section in the main showroom with a handful of Chip-endorsed items.)

In 2016, the Gaineses opened the doors of their bakery, Silos Baking Co., a longtime dream of Joanna’s. Formerly a flower shop, the couple renovated the abandoned building situated on one corner of the Magnolia Market property, just beyond the silos, into a pretty white brick building on an episode of Fixer Upper.

Location was key when Chip and Joanna were looking to expand their store. Joanna was charmed by the rustic look of the silos at 601 Webster Ave—as well as the idea of fixing up a Waco landmark. But it was the property’s proximity to the couple’s four kids’ school that really got her thinking; after all, Chip and Jo have always been adamant about putting family first (they recently ended their HGTV show to focus on their businesses and personal lives).

“People always say the restaurant business is a beast—and we believe that, but we are genuinely thrilled that we get the opportunity to restore a Waco treasure into something new.” A letter from Joanna about the progress on their new restaurant is up on the blog with sneak peeks into the design, the menu, AND the name! Read at #MagnoliaTable

It’s already been an exciting year for Chip and Joanna Gaines. Their fifth and final season of Fixer Upper is currently airing on HGTV, they just announced they’re expecting baby number five, and now, the couple has officially opened their latest business venture: a restaurant! The hosts renovated the former Elite Cafe, a popular Waco eatery, into Magnolia Table.

In fact, it’s been designated a historic landmark. That means any renovations must comply with the Texas Historical Commission’s guidelines and honor the original character of the building. Not a problem for Jo: “We want everyone, whether you’re part of the building’s past or not, to walk in and instantly feel the rich history of it,” she wrote. “Figuring out how to restore the building and seamlessly incorporate new and creative design elements into the mix while staying true to the original features has been one of my favorite parts of the design process.”

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Visitors at the Silos won’t have to travel far for a bite to eat. Magnolia Table is located on a traffic circle at 2132 S. Valley Mills Drive in Waco, TX, just 7 minutes from the Silos. Parking is free, with extra parking across the road and shuttle service to the restaurant. Inside, the “WACO TEXAS” mosaic tile makes for a grand entrance—and establishes the Gaineses’ love for their hometown.

Just like the renovations on Fixer Upper, the Magnolia Table project has encountered its bumps. Dallas-based company garden store Jacksons Home & Garden shared that when a large pot for the restaurant entrance shattered, the owner personally delivered a replacement.

“I understand the importance of branding as much as anybody,” wrote one Waco resident on Instagram. “However, I sure do wish they could have settled on ‘Chip’s Elite Cafe’ or something similar. They are good people with a good part but at some point you pass the point of name saturation. We are [past] that point.”

The benefit of braving the crowds on a Saturday is that the place comes alive and the community-center vibe really kicks in.

Now, the business is known for its scrumptious cupcakes. (Here’s what you need to know before visiting.) Can’t make it? There’s also a mobile airstream that travels around town selling the baked goods.

We know one detail to look out for if you ever get a chance to go: Chip and Jo’s handprints in the cement outside!

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It was formerly known as the “Elite Cafe” and “The Elite Circle Grille.”

We got all Fixed Up to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! Lots of love from our family to yours. ❤️ (photo courtesy @Hgtv )

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You can choose to shop or not shop; either way, it feels like you’re welcome to hang out. If we lived in Waco, we could see coming here regularly to meet up with friends and grab a quick bite.

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The mugs are among the offerings at the take away market. You can also purchase t-shirts, hats, olive oil, and jams.

“The restaurant itself is literally one big giant kitchen,” Chip said in an interview with Southern Living. “When we first got in there, it was all the things you can imagine—dingy, musky. But if I took you in there today, you’d be like ‘Oh! This is so clean, everything smells so great.’ Those are a few benefits of a little bit of elbow grease and hard work on the front end.”

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Waco has a strong and growing food-truck culture, and Chip and Jo have wisely teamed up with the proprietors of some of the best. During our Saturday stop, visitors lined up at Luna Juice Bar, Co-Town Crepes, and Cheddar Box (for gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches).

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There’s just some people you meet and you feel like you’ve known them forever. @ladydubbs what you stand for, what you create, and who you make space for – it’s such an inspiration to me and so many others. Thank you for celebrating beauty, creativity, and women in such a raw and organic way. So fun getting our magazine teams together to host this #magnoliaxdarling weekend here in Waco. And even though Magnolia Table doesn’t open for a little over a month, this was the perfect gathering to christen it! @magnolia @darling #magnoliajournal

Magnolia Market at the Silos, as it’s officially called, replaces Joanna’s now-closed smaller Magnolia Market, which was a pretty standard—if very tasteful—retail shop located on Bosque Blvd in Waco. The new Magnolia Market feels like something much more: a place to buy stuff, yes, but also a community center, an expression of Gaines family values, and a sort-of shrine to their lifestyle.

Well, that was pretty nifty today. I got some cool shots of #chipandjoannagaines filming in front of their soon to open breakfast place #magnoliatable #wacotx #wacotown #wacophotographer #gracemariephotography #fixerupper

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Next to the silos: a large green field (with artificial turf) where kids and parents can toss a football, play cornhole, or have a potato sack race. Beyond that: an area with picnic tables and a half-dozen food trucks (more on those in a moment) and a little garden.

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We had a wonderful time showing Dolly off at the Grand Opening of the Magnolia Table! . . #magnoliatable #waco #wacotexas #themagnolia #grandopening #vintagestyle #classiccars #51deluxe #chevy #dfwvintagecars #magnoliamarket #magnolia #chipandjoannagaines #dfwweddingvendors

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Chip and Joanna and their four kids (Drake, Ella, Duke, and Emmie) would often enjoy Sunday brunch at the Elite Cafe—as did “nearly everyone in Waco, Texas,” according to Jo. Saving the historic restaurant means that baby number five will get to experience it, too!

Thanks for watching with us tonight! When we started planning for the restaurant we were passionate about using locally grown produce. We love that many of the veggies will be coming straight from our home garden at the farm! #farmtotable #magnoliatable

As you walk onto the property from Waco’s Webster Ave, you can head up a short set of stairs to your left and start shopping in the main building—or you can choose to bypass the building and just walk around outdoors.

I finally get to share my new cookbook, Magnolia Table with you all! It will officially be out April 24th, 2018 just in time for Mother’s Day, but you can order it in advance today should you want to gift a pre-order this holiday season or if you want to ensure you get one hot off the press! Read more about it and get a few early recipes on my blog today! Link in profile. #MagnoliaTableCookbook

Chip taste tested (stuffed his face) all the final flavors for the bakery today. His personal favorite, the strawberries ‘n cream cupcake. 🍓 We are super close to opening the new place! #chiptested #chipapproved #fixerupper 📷: @matsumoto818

The available inventory is always evolving, so you can be sure to find unique items at every visit.

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Originally, the restaurant was supposed to open by the end of 2017, but Joanna revealed that there were “a few setbacks along the way (as there are with every construction project).”

Inside, there are vaulted ceilings with redwood beams. Joanna even said the business is so beautiful, she’d like to live in it.

It’s GRAND OPENING DAY for Magnolia Table! If you’re in Waco today, stop by for the party. The kitchen is open until 3 p.m. and we can’t wait to see you! (2132 S. Valley Mills Dr.). #MagnoliaTable

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I’ve got this thing for fun floors 😍 . . . #magnoliatable #takeaway #acolorstory

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A Magnolia Table press release confirmed the restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. and closed on Sundays. They do not currently accept reservations, so it’s first come, first served, with a seating capacity of 210 guests.

11. The merchandise is generally affordable (but not cheap).

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“My personal favorite thing about both the restaurant and the cookbook is the biscuits,” Joanna wrote on her blog. “For the past year or so, I have spent almost every Saturday morning perfecting this biscuit recipe, and we finally have one that has the seal of approval from Chip and the kids.”

It’s no secret that Joanna has a green thumb. Her own garden at the farmhouse is a thing of beauty. Now, you can stock up on tools to channel your inner Jo at the gardening shop.

History of Waco: Did you know that before @chippergaines decided to to make it a breakfast spot or even before it was on the traffic circle the Elite Cafe was on Austin Ave? While it had great food and a friendly atmosphere in 1935 the restaurant was famous because it installed Waco’s first air conditioner! #thewacoanspodcast #elitecafe #historyofwaco #fixerupper #magnolia #wacohistory

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Magnolia Table, you are so pretty ❤️ . . . #opening2018 #magnoliatable #elitecafe #breakfastbrunchandlunch #acolorstory

Magolia Table opened yesterday and waking up at 5:30 this morning was so worth it!😍☕️🍽 #breakfastgoals #riseandgrind #magnoliatable

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Magnolia Table officially opened to the public the morning of Monday, February 26, but the grand opening didn’t take place until a month later, on March 26.

Awnings going up at the Take Away side at Magnolia Table today! Follow my stories as we do the final tasting and plating for the restaurant and get a sneak peek into what’s on the menu! #magnoliatable

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You’ll get to see the space for yourself in an episode of Fixer Upper on HGTV. As a bonus, when cameras were spotted filming at the business, we got a first look at Joanna’s baby bump.

The best summertime treat is a frozen one! We’ve got 3 new “frozen food trucks” on our grounds and we can’t wait for you to try them out. Come beat the heat with @steelcitypopswaco, @heritagecreamery, and @summersnowwaco at the Silos this summer! Swipe through to meet the new additions and stop by for a cold treat. #MagnoliaSilos

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We got to try @magnoliatable today! Such a beautiful restaurant (of course). Opens next week! ##magnoliatable #wacotx #breakfast #biscuits #strawberrybutter #ineedextracardiotoday

We already knew breakfast items would include Chip’s famous ham sandwich, the Gaines Brothers Burger, and more. But here’s a look at the full menu, divided into drinks, breakfast, brunch and lunch, a kids’ menu, and desserts. One sandwich—the “1919”—was even inspired by the classic pimento cheese at the original restaurant.

Joanna shared a video of another new “Magnolia Table” sign being installed.

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Before the doors even opened, Magnolia Table had a trial run as the venue for a Magnolia Journal and Darling Magazine event. “Even though Magnolia Table doesn’t open for a little over a month, this was the perfect gathering to christen it!” Joanna captioned an Instagram photo.

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I was in such a rush this morning, I left the house with two different boots on + didn’t even realize until I was leaving the grocery store. Better make it an extra strong one today! 🤦🏻‍♀️. . . . #roughmorning #thestruggleisreal #elitecoffee #coffeebar #magnoliamoments #magnoliatable #ig_coffee #thatsdarling #darlingdaily #thehappynow #seekthesimplicity #vsco

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During both of our visits, people lined up to pose in front of the silos; there was a shiny red vintage truck, with a Christmas tree tied to its roof, parked right where the silos are joined in the middle by a tin roof with the famous Magnolia sign—er, MAgNoLia sign—bolted to it.

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One wall of Magnolia Market is adorned with as-seen-on-Fixer Upper metal signs with homey sayings on them like “Today is a good day for a good day” and “I love you to the moon and back” (small $42; large $95). Those were designed by Joanna and handmade by local metalwork artisan Jimmy Don of Stars Over Texas Metal Art. They’re charming finds for visitors hoping to bring a piece of Waco back home with them.

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Your favorite design duo’s empire already includes Magnolia Reality, Magnolia Market at the Silos, Silos Baking Co., two inns (the Magnolia House and Hillcrest Estate), and Joanna’s Magnolia Home collection. A restaurant is something new to the team, but they’re not taking it lightly.

Pictures can’t quite do the new Magnolia Market justice, because it’s so large—it covers two-and-a-half acres—so you really have to wander around quite a bit to take in the various parts of the property and appreciate all it has to offer.

Our Silobration vendors have been posted! Head to for a full list of the artisans and food trucks who will be lining the streets surrounding the Silos October 12-14 for our free Vendor Fair. We cannot wait to host (and shop!) each and every one of these booths at the Silos. Comment below if you’ll be joining us! #Silobration #MagnoliaSilos #Wacotown

In sneak peeks of the project and in photos of the finished building, we spotted stunning tile floors, stylish light fixtures, and Joanna’s signature subway tiles.

While you can’t order food to go, there is a take away market where you can grab goodies (think pre-packaged house favorites and Magnolia Table gifts) to go.

Magnolia Market was quickly followed by Magnolia House B&B, Hillcrest Estate, and Magnolia Table. We can’t wait to see what else Chip and Jo do for Waco in the next few years—especially since stepping away from their show.

Established in 1919 by Greek brothers George and Michael Colias, the Elite Cafe was originally located downtown and had the city’s first-ever air conditioner. The expansion on the “circle” (the one the Gaineses purchased) quickly became a Waco staple in the ’60s and a popular pit stop for those en route to Austin from Dallas or vice versa, says Even Elvis is said to have eaten at the Elite.

Others, of course have been supportive and appreciative of the stars’ efforts to preserve the property’s past.

The prettiest Take Away in town ❤️ . . . #magnoliatable #tgif #blackandwhitestripes

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As part of the switch, the “Elite Cafe” portion of the sign outside was removed (see previous photo) and replaced with a brand new sign!

The Waco Tribune-Herald reported that renovations were estimated at about $2 million. That’s even more than the $1.4 million Chip and Jo invested in Magnolia Market at the Silos.

On the exterior, the couple kept the iconic arches and detailing.

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Apparently, some people in town had their doubts about this particular fixer upper, but the HGTV stars have since proved them wrong. As Chip said to Southern Living, “Now, everybody that comes in tells me how smart I was to have bought this property. Six months ago, I wasn’t getting as many encouragements.”

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For breakfast, there’s also homemade biscuits with crafted jams and butters and farm Eggs Benedict. We’re eyeing the house-made tater tots, cinnamon rolls, and pies by the slice (yum!)

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