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El Tiempo Coming to the Vintage

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fyi - Alamo Drafthouse at Vintage Park is now open...they had actor Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore) on hand for the grand opening a few weeks ago.

 

http://drafthouse.com/blog/entry/its_official_february_19_is_rushmore_day

 

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http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151703348358448.612445.404487483447&type=1&l=eb2e403d0e

 

Director Robert Rodriguez (El Mariachi) was there today

 

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.420151901409921.1073741825.100002453454566&type=1

 

Only two weeks open and the Vintage Park location has already made Houston Press' list of the best movie theaters in Houston - http://bit.ly/15WFWBB

 

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I love to see new variety of restaurant's coming to the area, especially a french restaurant.

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Torchy's Tacos has a new coming soon sign up in the new Whole Foods shopping center (Louetta & Cutten).

 

Torchy's is awesome. Glad to have one in the area!

 

 

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MOD Pizza is taking up the other end cap. I'll be honest, definitely a little more excited to have this concept. This will be their first unit in Texas.

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They seem to really be expanding. I saw on a new development list on the College Station website that said one is going to built there. Pretty damn good tacos.

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Objectively the best tacos in Texas*

 

You've got to be kidding. I don't hate Torchy's the way some folks do, but they aren't even close to being the best tacos in Houston, let alone Texas. They need to seriously think about making their own tortillas in-house, but I doubt it'll ever happen as that's too labor-intensive for something that most of their clientele doesn't even notice or care about. 

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You've got to be kidding. I don't hate Torchy's the way some folks do, but they aren't even close to being the best tacos in Houston, let alone Texas. They need to seriously think about making their own tortillas in-house, but I doubt it'll ever happen as that's too labor-intensive for something that most of their clientele doesn't even notice or care about. 

Nope 100% serious they are objectively the best tacos around

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You guys should come up to College Station (or Waco, or San Marcos, as they're opening there too) and try Fuego, which does make their own tortillas. Mmmm...  B)

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I like Torchy's, but I'd bet I could name two dozen taco trucks/stands with better tacos.

 

I will be making the trip out to see what MOD pizza is about. I like this from their website:

What would happen if they allowed customers to choose exactly what they wanted without charging more

 

 

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