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Tacos are Brain Food, and Brainiacs Eat at El Taquito…

This entry is part of a series, Restaurants»

Want to win a Nobel Prize, or maybe solve world hunger or cure cancer? Eat tacos. Want your sons to grow up to play pro sports? Feed them tacos; lots and lots of soft tacos. Want your daughters to be like Kim Kardashian? (Okay, maybe not […]

The HomeField (Grill) Advantage

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As Seen in Beertown Austin

Nolan Ryan was one of the all-time great pitchers, and he’s become a “hometown boy” in practically every city and town in Texas. In central Texas, he’s still involved with baseball, through (part-) ownership of the Round Rock Express. People who […]

The New St. Valentine's Day Masacree (or How White's Rule Got Revised): LongHorn Steakhouse Review

White’s Rule (Original Version): Don’t eat at a new restaurant until the novelty wears off.

I had good reasons for that rule. Brand-new places seldom have their kitchen working optimally, their wait staff are learning how to work as a team, and more. So it’s hard to get a real read on the quality and […]

Late-Lunch Steaks at the Blue Oak Grill

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This restaurant has closed.

Not too long back I found myself in a part of town I hadn’t visited in a couple of years. I had a half hour to kill, so I drove around the area to see what all had changed, and maybe what had […]

Sunday Brunch Anniversary Celebration: Moonshine Restaurant Patio Bar and Grill

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I’m not sure how it is in your life, but sometimes the women in mine cause me no end of grief. Fortunately, this state of affairs seldom lasts longer than the time left until the heat death of the universe more than a short while. Truth […]

Friday Night in the French Quarter: Deanie's Seafood

This entry is part of a series, New Orleans Scene»

With the conference well and truly done, and a long road trip home planned for early the next morning, it was high time we all went out and let it all hang out. (Well, not Everything, of course.) We’d been spending some time in […]

Businessman's Lunch in New Orleans: Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant

This entry is part of a series, New Orleans Scene»

By Thursday the conference grind was beginning to grind on us a bit. I had just the pick-me-up in mind for lunch, though: A visit to Gordon Biersch, a brew pub and restaurant conveniently located across the street from the Hilton where the talks […]

Quick Gourmet Lunches: Bailey's Sandwiches & Subs in Seguin

There’s a new Sheriff in town, here in Seguin. A sandwich sheriff, I mean. And his name is Bailey…

I recently wrote a review of my experiences with Amy’s and Cathy’s, down on the square just west of the courthouse here in Guadalupe County. I still like that place, and go there for a takeout […]