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  • Rocinante
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    Originally posted by BFlynn View Post
    I know you've already rolled through town
    ​​​​​​But Stanton's is one of my top 3 lifetime burger joints
    Thanks, seems like ages ago. I ended up going to Blood Brothers. They did not disappoint.

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  • BFlynn
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    I know you've already rolled through town
    ​​​​​​But Stanton's is one of my top 3 lifetime burger joints

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  • BFlynn
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    Pinkertons is a few blocks from my house. I think it's pretty good. But I don't think it lives up to the hype.

    I like Gatlins pretty well.

  • tbob4
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    My son's wife is from Houston and he spent a lot of time there while he was in Galveston. His recommendations:

    Tex/Mex - Guadalajara - Escalante's (2nd is his preference, 1st is his wife's)
    Gulf Seafood - Tony Mendola's
    BBQ - The Pit Room
    Last edited by tbob4; March 2, 2020, 01:39 PM. Reason: Added Escalante

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  • fracmeister
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    Thems fighting words...

  • fracmeister
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    Originally posted by fracmeister View Post
    I assume you want Q? In order my top 3 are Tejas in Tomball, Corkscrew in Old town spring, and Pinkertons in the Heights. A lot of people put Truth in there but not me. I was underwhelmed. Friday noon try a pork chop at Perry’s. Pricey at night but a very good deal then. Lupe Tortilla is my favorite “chain” Tex mex. Rudy’s is the only good chain bbq place and it is fine. Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese all awesome.
    I don't care much for Dickies and don't see the point with Rudy's everywhere

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  • ComfortablyNumb
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    texastweeter Nothing personal, in fact, I feel for the fans of Houston. If the 2017/18 roster ever gets around to offering an apology, first and foremost should be the Houston fans.

  • Rocinante
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    I'll be staying off of Sam Houston blvd. BBQ or Texmex sounds good to me. Thanks for the suggestions.

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  • Nate
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    ComfortablyNumb , That’s it! I couldn’t recall exactly but it definitely seems we are talking of the same thing.

  • texastweeter
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    Not BBQ but Crawfish and Noodles is good.

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  • texastweeter
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    Easy now...

  • texastweeter
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    Yeah only 2 chain BBQ joints I'll eat at. Rudy's, and Dickies

  • ComfortablyNumb
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    Actually it's called 'Asterisks', and the custom to get your server's attention is to beat on a trash can.

  • MBMorgan
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    I’ll second fracmeister ‘s recommendation for good Tex Mex at Lupe Tortilla.

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  • Nate
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    Don’t some of the Astros’ have a BBQ joint there... I believe it is called Cheaters-Q!

    I heard they rigged or stole their “championship winning bbq” title sign or something like that. I think they are known for their beer can chicken and boiled ribs.
    Last edited by Nate; March 1, 2020, 09:09 PM.

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