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http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/morning_call/2016/05/new-outdoor-bar-to-open-in-renovated-downtown.html

 

New outdoor bar to open in renovated downtown hotel

 

Part & Parcel, a new outdoor bar, is the latest element added to The Whitehall hotel downtown.

 

The Whitehall, at 1700 Smith St., previously was known as the Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown, but it relaunched in April under its historic name after undergoing a $5 million renovation. The renovation also included renaming the hotel’s on-site restaurant as Edgar’s Hermano and creating a casual bistro called Buffalo Bayou Coffee.

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Just so we're clear - this means that the following places are all within two blocks of each other:  Fusion Taco, El Big Bad, La Calle, Chupacabra, and Main Street Taco Concept.  You can also get tacos at Christians, Bovine and Barley, Live Sports bar and tamales at Pastry War.

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10 minutes ago, adr said:

Just so we're clear - this means that the following places are all within two blocks of each other:  Fusion Taco, El Big Bad, La Calle, Chupacabra, and Main Street Taco Concept.  You can also get tacos at Christians, Bovine and Barley, Live Sports bar and tamales at Pastry War.

 

Cool!  Even better, Batanga, Moonshiners, and La Fisheria have tacos too! 

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4 minutes ago, kbates2 said:

Pizza, tacos, and burgers are pretty well covered down here.  Something new would be cool.

 

Look around.  there are plenty of options beyond pizza, tacos and burgers, including at several of the restaurants we just listed.

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1 hour ago, Houston19514 said:

 

Look around.  there are plenty of options beyond pizza, tacos and burgers, including at several of the restaurants we just listed.

 

I am not saying that there aren't any other options, I am saying that I wouldn't be upset with 5 new taco places if we were also getting non-repetitive options.  That said, I am frequenting each of the new places either way.

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1 hour ago, adr said:

Just so we're clear - this means that the following places are all within two blocks of each other:  Fusion Taco, El Big Bad, La Calle, Chupacabra, and Main Street Taco Concept.  You can also get tacos at Christians, Bovine and Barley, Live Sports bar and tamales at Pastry War.

 

Add Lone Star Taco Company to that list (a ripoff of Torchy's) and you can get tacos at El Burro and the Bull in Conservatory

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At the 609 main tour today, guides indicated that a coffee shop by the Blacksmith (coffee shop in Montrose) team will be going in the southeast corner of the lobby and a white table cloth restaurant will take the north retail spot. Also indicated that B&B Butchers will be opening something in 1111 rusk.

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Surprised Ragin Cajun didn't make it. They pre-dated the boom, so I would have thought that they would be ok with what's available. Maybe the lease was up and they didn't want to bother with it anymore. Cajun food without significant beer sales just sounds odd in any case, they probably felt better off redeploying their efforts elsewhere.

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After reading a recent thread on this forum, one could be excused for coming away with the idea that it might be hard to find a bite to eat in downtown Houston on the weekends.  Always eager to find the facts, I did some digging around and came up with a list of 110 restaurants, cafes, etc, where one can eat on Saturday and Sundays.  An additional 41, for a total of 151, are open on Saturdays.  And more are on the way!

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Ragin' Cajun was in a tunnel. What does a subterranean tunnel restaurant open for limited hours of the day, limited days of the week, and for a limited amount of people have to do with a light rail line? Idk. If anything its great they closed, maybe in the future they'll consider opening elsewhere in a more visible location that isn't closed after 6:30 pm. 

Oxheart closed but not because of some nonsense: "oh how lamentable Houston, closing fine restaurants due to a lack of competence in public transport" your trying to spin here. The owner is revamping the entire place into a new concept. 

Samurai Noodle is, like your presence on this forum, irrelevant. 

 

Roma Pizza is closed on Sunday, yet is open Thursday-Saturdays until 3AM. Why you didn't acknowledge that I don't know. You know what else is closed on Sunday? Chick-Fil-A, didn't see you complain about the Chick-Fil-A in Pennzoil Place being closed all the way from your homely Chicago. 

Its not always about electric trains and how they have swindled an entire city out of millions by advocating false assumptions and promises of bringing thousands of commuters and development into town. Maybe the employee's/management need a break from long late hours, maybe they need Jesus. 

 

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For the sake of anyone who may be under the impression that many downtown restaurants are open on the weekends, let me post a list of all the restaurants, cafe etc. that are closed on Saturday and Sunday.

 

1.       AddicTea Café 1001 Fannin

2.       Alonti Market Café 1001 Fannin

3.       Alonti Market Café 1111 Louisiana

4.       Alonti Market Café 777 Walker

5.       Alonti Market Café 1221 McKinney

6.       Alonti Market Café 600 Travis

7.       Amille’s 1301 McKinney

8.       Amille’s 1001 Louisiana

9.       Amille’s 1001 Fannin

10.   Amille’s 600 Jefferson

11.   Amille’s 500 Dallas

12.   Amille’s 333 Clay

13.   Baoz Dumplings 1001 Fannin

14.   Beck’s Prime 910 Travis

15.   Bourays 609 Clay

16.   Brooklyn Meatball Company 930 Main

17.   Brooklyn Meatball Company 1200 McKinney

18.   Brown Bag Deli 702 Main

19.   Bullritos 910 Travis

20.   Buzz Barista 811 Main

21.   Café Express 650 Main

22.   Café Basil 500 Dallas

23.   Chick-Fil-A 1200 McKinney (All locations closed on Sunday, however this one is closed on Saturdays too)

24.   Chick-Fil-A 500 Dallas (All locations closed on Sunday, however this one is closed on Saturdays too)

25.   Chicken Etc. 777 Walker

26.   China Ocean & Hibachi Grill 815 Walker

27.   Chipotle 909 Texas

28.   Corner Bakery Café 1000 Main

29.   Dimassi’s Mediterranean Kitchen 919 Milam

30.   Doozo Dumplings & Noodles 1200 McKinney

31.   Droubi Brothers Mediterranean Grill 507 Dallas

32.   Dunkin’ Donuts 1000 Main

33.   Eats Mesquite Grill 804 Milam

34.   Einstein Bros Bagels 1200 Louisiana

35.   Freshii 1200 McKinney

36.   Fuddruckers 1100 Louisiana

37.   Gigi’s Cupcakes 600 Travis

38.   Great American Cookie 1200 McKinney

39.   J&M Café 500 Jefferson

40.   Jason’s Deli 901 McKinney

41.   Jason’s Deli 1200 Smith

42.   Jimmy John’s 820 Main

43.   Jimmy John’s 500 Dallas

44.   Jin Bento 914 Main

45.   Kolache Factory 811 Louisiana

46.   La Dolce Vita Café 1000 Louisiana

47.   La Dolce Vita Café 1201 Louisiana

48.   La Palapa 1110 Preston

49.   Leaf and Grain 1200 McKinney

50.   Lenny’s Sub Shop 1001 Fannin

51.   Luby’s 1301 Fannin

52.   Luisa’s Pasta 1200 McKinney

53.   M R Mexican Grill 1001 Fannin

54.   Maggie Rita’s Mexican 600 Travis

55.   Mango Tree Thai Bistro 914 Main

56.   Mayuri Express 930 Main

57.   McDonalds 777 Walker

58.   Mediterranean Grill 1200 McKinney

59.   Mediterranean Grill House 808 Travis

60.   Michael’s Cookie Jar 711 Louisiana

61.   Miller’s Café 1001 McKinney

62.   Morningside Thai Café 917 Franklin

63.   Murphy’s Deli 601 Jefferson

64.   Murphy’s Deli 1021 Main

65.   Murphy’s Deli 500 Dallas

66.   Murphy’s Deli 910 Louisiana

67.   Murphy’s Deli 1200 McKinney

68.   Murphy’s Deli 440 Louisiana

69.   Muscle Maker Grill 914 Main

70.   Ninfa’s Express 1111 Louisiana

71.   Nosh 919 Milam

72.   Otto’s BBQ 500 Dallas

73.   Otto’s BBQ 600 Travis

74.   Otto’s BBQ 1200 McKinney

75.   Panini 711 Louisiana

76.   Pappas BBQ 1100 Smith

77.   Pastabilities 815 Walker

78.   Peli Deli 808 Travis

79.   Poblanos Mexican Grill 1000 Main

80.   Post Oak Grill 1111 Louisiana

81.   Potbelly Sandwich 1000 Main

82.   Potbelly Sandwich 1200 McKinney

83.   Quizno’s 1200 McKinney

84.   Rachel’s Café 421 San Jacinto

85.   Rustika Café and Bar 801 Louisiana

86.   S&T Restaurant 1001 Louisiana

87.   Salata 711 Louisiana

88.   Salata 1201 Fannin

89.   Salata 500 Dallas

90.   Salata 1200 McKinney

91.   Salata 919 Milam

92.   Schlotsky’s Deli 1200 McKinney

93.   Schlotsky’s Deli 815  Walker

94.   Shipley Do-Nuts 1001 McKinney

95.   Simon’s Homestyle Kitchen 1200 McKinney

96.   Skyline Deli 1111 Bagby

97.   Skyline Deli 1301 Main

98.   Skyline Deli 717 Texas

99.   Smothie King 815 Walker

100.                       Smoothie King 1001 Fannin

101.                       Snap Kitchen 500 Dallas

102.                       Snap Kitchen 1200 McKinney

103.                       Sol Café Mejicano 1205 Travis

104.                       Sonic 711 Louisiana

105.                       Star Chef Dumpling House 930 Main

106.                       Starbucks 1100 Louisiana

107.                       Starbucks 1600 Lamar

108.                       Starbucks 1200 McKinney

109.                       Starbucks 600 Travis

110.                       Starbucks 711 Louisiana

111.                       Starbucks 910 Louisiana

112.                       Starbucks 914 Dallas

113.                       Stephanie Leighs 700 Louisiana

114.                       Stephanie Leighs 1100 Louisiana

115.                       Subroc 1021 Main

116.                       Subway 919 Milam

117.                       Subway 1201 Louisiana

118.                       Subway 1100 Louisiana

119.                       Subway 1200 McKinney

120.                       Top Taste Asian Subs & Grill 930 Main

121.                       Treebeards 315 Travis

122.                       Treebeards 1117 Texas

123.                       Treebeards 1100 Louisiana

124.                       Treebeards 1200 McKinney

125.                       Treebeards 711 Louisiana

126.                       Uptown Express Deli 1000 Louisiana

127.                       Wendy’s 1111 Louisiana

128.                       Whataburger 1000 Main

129.                       Which Wich 1001 Louisiana

130.                       Which Wich 711 Louisiana

131.                       Wok & Roll 1200 McKinney

132.                       Wok & Roll 1000 Main

133.                       Zero’s Sandwich Shop 507 Dallas

134.                       DGN Factory 1001 Fannin

 

If I missed any please feel free to add.

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2 hours ago, kbates2 said:

If you have not put 102 on ignore yet, your responses keep reminding me that he hasn't died yet.

 

Interesting. Why would some want to ignore facts? Did I post anything that was not true? Are any of the restaurants on my list indeed open on the weekends?

This forum is turning into the UC Berkeley Student Union; free speech is welcome, but only if it conforms to your own beliefs. And if they disagree with you, they want you dead!

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Samurai Noodle doesn't count.  It's in the Conservatory, where three of the food vendor spots are temporary locations for different places to rotate in and out, and that's been the plan since day 1.  Samurai Noodle and the Greek place next to it were both swapped out already; I'm not sure what the schedule is for the Tex-Mex/barbecue place is to be swapped out, but I'm guessing it will be soon since it's been there over a year.  Only Melange Creperie is intended to be there long-term.

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17 minutes ago, rechlin said:

Samurai Noodle doesn't count.  It's in the Conservatory

 

Understood. Yeah, I know food halls are all the craze now but I was never sure how Samurai Noodle fit into Houston's first food hall. They are not a local Houston restaurant and operate as a national franchise. But yeah it looks like they were just a regular vendor rotating out.

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16 hours ago, 102IAHexpress said:

For the sake of anyone who may be under the impression that many downtown restaurants are open on the weekends, let me post a list of all the restaurants, cafe etc. that are closed on Saturday and Sunday.

 

1.       AddicTea Café 1001 Fannin

2.       Alonti Market Café 1001 Fannin

3.       Alonti Market Café 1111 Louisiana

4.       Alonti Market Café 777 Walker

5.       Alonti Market Café 1221 McKinney

6.       Alonti Market Café 600 Travis

7.       Amille’s 1301 McKinney

8.       Amille’s 1001 Louisiana

9.       Amille’s 1001 Fannin

10.   Amille’s 600 Jefferson

11.   Amille’s 500 Dallas

12.   Amille’s 333 Clay

13.   Baoz Dumplings 1001 Fannin

14.   Beck’s Prime 910 Travis

15.   Bourays 609 Clay

16.   Brooklyn Meatball Company 930 Main

17.   Brooklyn Meatball Company 1200 McKinney

18.   Brown Bag Deli 702 Main

19.   Bullritos 910 Travis

20.   Buzz Barista 811 Main

21.   Café Express 650 Main

22.   Café Basil 500 Dallas

23.   Chick-Fil-A 1200 McKinney (All locations closed on Sunday, however this one is closed on Saturdays too)

24.   Chick-Fil-A 500 Dallas (All locations closed on Sunday, however this one is closed on Saturdays too)

25.   Chicken Etc. 777 Walker

26.   China Ocean & Hibachi Grill 815 Walker

27.   Chipotle 909 Texas

28.   Corner Bakery Café 1000 Main

29.   Dimassi’s Mediterranean Kitchen 919 Milam

30.   Doozo Dumplings & Noodles 1200 McKinney

31.   Droubi Brothers Mediterranean Grill 507 Dallas

32.   Dunkin’ Donuts 1000 Main

33.   Eats Mesquite Grill 804 Milam

34.   Einstein Bros Bagels 1200 Louisiana

35.   Freshii 1200 McKinney

36.   Fuddruckers 1100 Louisiana

37.   Gigi’s Cupcakes 600 Travis

38.   Great American Cookie 1200 McKinney

39.   J&M Café 500 Jefferson

40.   Jason’s Deli 901 McKinney

41.   Jason’s Deli 1200 Smith

42.   Jimmy John’s 820 Main

43.   Jimmy John’s 500 Dallas

44.   Jin Bento 914 Main

45.   Kolache Factory 811 Louisiana

46.   La Dolce Vita Café 1000 Louisiana

47.   La Dolce Vita Café 1201 Louisiana

48.   La Palapa 1110 Preston

49.   Leaf and Grain 1200 McKinney

50.   Lenny’s Sub Shop 1001 Fannin

51.   Luby’s 1301 Fannin

52.   Luisa’s Pasta 1200 McKinney

53.   M R Mexican Grill 1001 Fannin

54.   Maggie Rita’s Mexican 600 Travis

55.   Mango Tree Thai Bistro 914 Main

56.   Mayuri Express 930 Main

57.   McDonalds 777 Walker

58.   Mediterranean Grill 1200 McKinney

59.   Mediterranean Grill House 808 Travis

60.   Michael’s Cookie Jar 711 Louisiana

61.   Miller’s Café 1001 McKinney

62.   Morningside Thai Café 917 Franklin

63.   Murphy’s Deli 601 Jefferson

64.   Murphy’s Deli 1021 Main

65.   Murphy’s Deli 500 Dallas

66.   Murphy’s Deli 910 Louisiana

67.   Murphy’s Deli 1200 McKinney

68.   Murphy’s Deli 440 Louisiana

69.   Muscle Maker Grill 914 Main

70.   Ninfa’s Express 1111 Louisiana

71.   Nosh 919 Milam

72.   Otto’s BBQ 500 Dallas

73.   Otto’s BBQ 600 Travis

74.   Otto’s BBQ 1200 McKinney

75.   Panini 711 Louisiana

76.   Pappas BBQ 1100 Smith

77.   Pastabilities 815 Walker

78.   Peli Deli 808 Travis

79.   Poblanos Mexican Grill 1000 Main

80.   Post Oak Grill 1111 Louisiana

81.   Potbelly Sandwich 1000 Main

82.   Potbelly Sandwich 1200 McKinney

83.   Quizno’s 1200 McKinney

84.   Rachel’s Café 421 San Jacinto

85.   Rustika Café and Bar 801 Louisiana

86.   S&T Restaurant 1001 Louisiana

87.   Salata 711 Louisiana

88.   Salata 1201 Fannin

89.   Salata 500 Dallas

90.   Salata 1200 McKinney

91.   Salata 919 Milam

92.   Schlotsky’s Deli 1200 McKinney

93.   Schlotsky’s Deli 815  Walker

94.   Shipley Do-Nuts 1001 McKinney

95.   Simon’s Homestyle Kitchen 1200 McKinney

96.   Skyline Deli 1111 Bagby

97.   Skyline Deli 1301 Main

98.   Skyline Deli 717 Texas

99.   Smothie King 815 Walker

100.                       Smoothie King 1001 Fannin

101.                       Snap Kitchen 500 Dallas

102.                       Snap Kitchen 1200 McKinney

103.                       Sol Café Mejicano 1205 Travis

104.                       Sonic 711 Louisiana

105.                       Star Chef Dumpling House 930 Main

106.                       Starbucks 1100 Louisiana

107.                       Starbucks 1600 Lamar

108.                       Starbucks 1200 McKinney

109.                       Starbucks 600 Travis

110.                       Starbucks 711 Louisiana

111.                       Starbucks 910 Louisiana

112.                       Starbucks 914 Dallas

113.                       Stephanie Leighs 700 Louisiana

114.                       Stephanie Leighs 1100 Louisiana

115.                       Subroc 1021 Main

116.                       Subway 919 Milam

117.                       Subway 1201 Louisiana

118.                       Subway 1100 Louisiana

119.                       Subway 1200 McKinney

120.                       Top Taste Asian Subs & Grill 930 Main

121.                       Treebeards 315 Travis

122.                       Treebeards 1117 Texas

123.                       Treebeards 1100 Louisiana

124.                       Treebeards 1200 McKinney

125.                       Treebeards 711 Louisiana

126.                       Uptown Express Deli 1000 Louisiana

127.                       Wendy’s 1111 Louisiana

128.                       Whataburger 1000 Main

129.                       Which Wich 1001 Louisiana

130.                       Which Wich 711 Louisiana

131.                       Wok & Roll 1200 McKinney

132.                       Wok & Roll 1000 Main

133.                       Zero’s Sandwich Shop 507 Dallas

134.                       DGN Factory 1001 Fannin

 

If I missed any please feel free to add.

 

Bruh... 

 

I dont think anyone in this town, suburbanites included, expects the Downtown Tunnel System to be open during the weekends. 

 

If you want food Downtown on the the weekend, it's not hard to find. Just venture around Market Square, North End or now around Disco Green. 

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1 hour ago, tigereye said:

 

 

 

If you want food Downtown on the the weekend, it's not hard to find. Just venture around Market Square, North End or now around Disco Green. 

While I would agree with your sentiment, Actually, I would say that "it's not hard to find" is wrong.  Rather, I would revise that and say that "it is near impossible to miss".

 

 

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15 minutes ago, UtterlyUrban said:

 Rather, I would revise that and say that "it is near impossible to miss".

 

 

 

If someone was standing at the bottom of Smith Street behind the Leland Federal Building and walked for literally 3/4 of a mile north on Smith street up to Rusk Street behind the Bank of America building on a Sunday, does that person come across even one open street level restaurant on Smith street for that stretch? It would be near impossible for that person to find a restaurant on that stretch of Smith open on a Sunday. 

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8 hours ago, 102IAHexpress said:

 

If someone was standing at the bottom of Smith Street behind the Leland Federal Building and walked for literally 3/4 of a mile north on Smith street up to Rusk Street behind the Bank of America building on a Sunday, does that person come across even one open street level restaurant on Smith street for that stretch? It would be near impossible for that person to find a restaurant on that stretch of Smith open on a Sunday. 

Oh, I see, we now need to pick specific spots on specific roads only and travel in one specific direction only.  Is that what you do when you travel to a new city?  Ok, I'll bite (pun intended).  Let's play.......

 

Now this mythical visitor is likely likely not constrained by the concept of "downtown and midtown" she is just hungry.  So, she walks south a block or two and find a number of places to eat.  However, if she is absolutely unable to veer her coarse because she is born to a Manarch Butterfly or something, she is of the generations that can only travel north ---  and just like a monarch she stays on smith and hits restaurants in the Whitehall, the Hyatt (which include Shula's), within a few blocks and if she is really adventurous she could patter her wings 5 feet off smith and go to Benihana (open noon-dinner on Saturday and Sunday).  

 

Now, let's leave our poor butterfly  alone.  She needs to find some milkweed.  Oh, and yes, she won't find that within 3 blocks on Smith.  Downtown is dead.  No milkweed. Poor butterfly.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Naviguessor said:

Well, there's the Whitehall Hotel, 1700 Smith, just one block north of the Fed Building.  They had live music on the patio last weekend. And...the restaurant was open. So...there's that. 

 

Actually no, that patio (Part and Parcel) is closed on Sundays.

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21 minutes ago, UtterlyUrban said:

Oh, I see, we now need to pick specific spots on specific roads only and travel in one specific direction only.  Is that what you do when you travel to a new city?  Ok, I'll bite (pun intended).  Let's play.......

 

 

 

You, not me, said...

 

8 hours ago, UtterlyUrban said:

While I would agree with your sentiment, Actually, I would say that "it's not hard to find" is wrong.  Rather, I would revise that and say that "it is near impossible to miss".

 

 

 

Based on your bold statement, I simply presented a fact that countered your claim that it was "near impossible to miss". In fact, someone staying at the Whitehall on a Sunday would have a very very hard time finding a street level restaurant open if they traveled north on Smith for 3/4 of a mile (I specifically chose a northerly track because one block south and you exit Downtown). You may not like that fact, but it is a fact. And to your point yes your hypothetical visitor could travel south to Midtown and not be constrained by Downtown, but at that point that's just more of an an indictment of the street level restaurant scene in downtown failing your hypothetical visitor.

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9 minutes ago, 102IAHexpress said:

 

You, not me, said...

 

 

Based on your bold statement, I simply presented a fact that countered your claim that it was "near impossible to miss". In fact, someone staying at the Whitehall on a Sunday would have a very very hard time finding a street level restaurant open if they traveled north on Smith for 3/4 of a mile (I specifically chose a northerly track because one block south and you exit Downtown). You may not like that fact, but it is a fact. And to your point yes your hypothetical visitor could travel south to Midtown and not be constrained by Downtown, but at that point that's just more of an an indictment of the street level restaurant scene in downtown failing your hypothetical visitor.

It it "near impossible to miss" Shula's and Benihana on your mythical journey.  So, you are wrong.  Sorry. 

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40 minutes ago, UtterlyUrban said:

It it "near impossible to miss" Shula's and Benihana on your mythical journey.  So, you are wrong.  Sorry. 

 

Sorry, you're wrong. Neither Benihana nor Shula's are on Smith street. And I only remember accessing Shula's from inside the hotel, does it even have a pedestrian street entrance?

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6 minutes ago, 102IAHexpress said:

 

Sorry, you're wrong. Neither Benihana nor Shula's are on Smith street. And I only remember accessing Shula's from inside the hotel, does it even have a pedestrian street entrance?

Are you actually serious?

 

I didn't bother to comment on much your "trains" thread because I figured you just were having an odd time of it that week.  I now agree with others and will simply ignore you as you seem to enjoy being perceived as groundlessly provocative with baseless arguments.

 

 

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