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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    i believe my original point, whether my exact quote backs it up or not, was that there wasn't a TFL-quality restaurant in TX.

    i certainly believe there are great local restaurants, particularly in the BBQ genre.
    Chuck you are absolutely right. We do have some great local spots though. If you ever take a trip to Houston for business or otherwise please let me know.

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    dont forget snows bbq. pretty much the best bbq there is. I challenge anyone to find better.

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    [QUOTE=donblackie;768035]
    He is referring to restaurants on the level of French Laundry etc.

    You mean French Laundry in yountville right?
    There's nothing in Dallas on that level

    I usually just go to.
    Del Friscos - We ask for the wine cellar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allyson View Post
    Allyson, you just brought back some memories... Was last at La Cima 15 years ago prior to Dallas' Marine Corps Ball. Good food and good times that evening!

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    San Antonio:

    La Hacienda de Barrios
    Scenic Loop Cafe
    Acenar
    Rudy's BBQ
    Home of the Smoke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Yoder View Post
    San Antonio:

    La Hacienda de Barrios
    Scenic Loop Cafe
    Acenar
    Rudy's BBQ
    Home of the Smoke
    Acenar=win

    there is better BBQ in Tejas than rudys...its good, but im just saying

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    Quote Originally Posted by pip View Post
    Acenar=win

    there is better BBQ in Tejas than rudys...its good, but im just saying
    No problems, I like Rudy's because they have decent prices and decent BBQ, I agree there is better in Tejas, but in my locale, thats good.

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    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.

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    Catalon (Houston) looks pretty good - definitely different

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    There are quite a few high end restaurants in Austin.

    I believe the Driskill has been number one for the last few years. Then there is Aquarelle, Eddie V's, Jeffrey's, and a handful of others.

    Don't bother with Dallas or Houston.

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