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    Quote Originally Posted by ian408
    Mmmmm! Tasty. Chuy's is good too. But for a different kind of food.

    Ian
    dude, are you coming to my town and eating my food and not meeting me for a beer and a handshake?

    i might just have to start talking about the places i like to eat in the bay area!

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    Meat and Bones in San antonio has some awesome Texas Barbecue! I love their stuff. It seems the tackier the establishment, the better the eats down there. But you have found an exception to the rule on your ride username.

    Bone daddy's house of smoke in Dallas was pretty good, and the waitresses there were, ahem, very easy on the eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by username
    dude, are you coming to my town and eating my food and not meeting me for a beer and a handshake?

    i might just have to start talking about the places i like to eat in the bay area!
    The past couple of trips have been breeze in breeze out sort of things. But
    don't worry, I'll be back.

    Ian

    P.S. our offices are over on 360.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian408
    P.S. our offices are over on 360.
    in the bridgepoint complex, overlooking the 360 bridge? or up by the arboretum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by username
    in the bridgepoint complex, overlooking the 360 bridge? or up by the arboretum?
    1250 CTH.

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    If the sign says 'barbecue,' keep driving.

    If the sign says 'bar-b-que,' only stop if there a bunch of cars parked there.

    If the sign says 'bbq,' stop without hesitation and eat to your heart's content.

    And when in west central AL, be sure to stop in Tuscaloosa at Dreamland BBQ. Up in the hills in a lousy neighbourhood, and the menu consists of ribs, white bread, 'tater chips, beer, soda. BBQ heaven!
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    No white bread, please.

    The shot I liked best was of the food box closed. It has charm to it.

    I am asking for some advice here. Why do you need to cover your plate number on your bike?I know you can not be too careful.
    May be I've been careless.

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