Thursday, April 25, 2013
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
|The former Pine Breeze Inn and Richfield Gas Station|
Lil Dude Troll couldn't pass up an opportunity to visit and pay homage to this historic site in an historic icon film.
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Thursday, April 11, 2013
Thursday, April 4, 2013
|It's a little hard to find - in the alley behind 52 S. Second Street in|
And the verdict? Lil Dude says it's a bit pricey and if you grew up on Texas-style BBQ, be prepared for a different taste. The meat was good. The beans were very good. The slaw, not so much. None of the 3 humans at the table ate the slaw after a taste or two. The daddy-human called it "chunky vinegar." All in all, a pretty good meal, but at $12.95 for a sliced-beef plate, plus $2 for a drink, plus tax and a tip, that's about $20 per person when all is said and done and $20 for lunch makes them a bit too proud of their food in Lil Dude's humble opinion. Your opinion may vary.
|The restaurant is downstairs in a converted basement.|
|The converted basement.|
|Before diving in.|
|Post diving in. No meat or beans were left over, but plenty of that|
yellow slaw remained - must be an acquired taste.