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  • 12-08-2010, 02:30 PM
    bmoores
    I finally went to the Salt Lick about 6 weeks ago. Still recovering from the awesomeness. For you Houston guys the new build-a-burger place called "The Counter" on Washington Ave. is pretty good. Not the best but pretty good.
  • 12-08-2010, 02:03 PM
    SimonSays
    Quote Originally Posted by Bignmz04 View Post
    my fave:

    salt lick
    Quote Originally Posted by yardboy View Post
    I use to love the Mason Jar on the Katy Freeway in Houston. Brenner's in Houston
    was great...Salt Lick in Austin. Chuy's in Austin.
    Quote Originally Posted by civic4982 View Post
    +1

    When the lady and I took a road trip to Fredericksburg from H-town last time we swung by even though it was out of my way and I ate the damn thing while driving back...

    Sweet nectar of that Salt Lick sauce all over the steering wheel......

    Definitely a must eat place.
    Salt Lick is indeed epic Even I have been there

    When in the Big D area, I always swing by Babe's (there are a few), but maybe that's because I know one of the owners
  • 12-06-2010, 04:07 AM
    civic4982
    Quote Originally Posted by Bignmz04 View Post
    my fave:

    salt lick
    +1

    When the lady and I took a road trip to Fredericksburg from H-town last time we swung by even though it was out of my way and I ate the damn thing while driving back...

    Sweet nectar of that Salt Lick sauce all over the steering wheel......

    Definitely a must eat place.
  • 12-04-2010, 03:13 AM
    Bignmz04
    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    bignmz04 - i was told there's a place in houston (name forgotten) serving "arawa style" (ie, a wagyu blend of some sort) beef for $190/steak. did you raise that bad boy?

    - chuck
    I dont sell the wag blends to anybody chuck...those are for my consumption only

    I am the only supplier of 100% wagyu in the texas, new mexico ,arizona area.
  • 12-03-2010, 08:14 PM
    carendt242
    bignmz04 - i was told there's a place in houston (name forgotten) serving "arawa style" (ie, a wagyu blend of some sort) beef for $190/steak. did you raise that bad boy?

    - chuck
  • 12-03-2010, 06:46 PM
    Bignmz04
    because its the way i was raised.
    and because i didnt know him that well. I just knew jennifer ruggeri (rip) through my wife.
  • 12-03-2010, 06:44 PM
    Von Helman
    Quote Originally Posted by Bignmz04 View Post
    lol neither...I called him sir.
    Well I'm older than you but still why did you call him "Sir" were you dating his daughter? or is there another reason.. come on do tell
  • 12-03-2010, 06:39 PM
    Bignmz04
    Quote Originally Posted by Von Helman View Post
    You talking about the owner Tom or "Tommy" as we called him?
    lol neither...I called him sir.
  • 12-03-2010, 06:33 PM
    Von Helman
    Quote Originally Posted by Bignmz04 View Post
    i was friends with the owners' late daughter. good people.
    You talking about the owner Tom or "Tommy" as we called him?
  • 11-30-2010, 08:29 PM
    Bignmz04
    Quote Originally Posted by Von Helman View Post
    I’d have to say In Dallas there’s a nice Italian restaurant “Ruggeri’s” in the Quadrangle.

    They have them all over but the Uptown location was the first before the uptown area was even popular.

    When it was located in their original location it was a lunchtime haven for all sorts of wealthy businessmen and celebrities but off the beaten path and a small one store business. Today they have several locations and have lost their charm but the food is still good

    a lot of the old classics restaurants are now gone
    i was friends with the owners' late daughter. good people.
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