Discussion in 'Smack Central' started by TitanMark, Aug 28, 2012.
lmao. I grew up on cruzen street right off nolensville road. Hell, that entire place is one fiesta.
That's a plus.
cant speak for Mooston but in Dallas the Mexican restaurants used too open for breakfeast and they served the most awsome breakfeast burritos ever. No waiting just hit the window or walk in.
The Mexican food is the ****!!!! For sure.
The best things about Houston and Texas in general.
Cost of living
Weather (I like the heat and being able to enjoy the outdoors year around)
People are friendly
The only thing I can say I dont like about the Houston area is the scenery ...it's to damn flat.
But I can drive an hour or so and get all the hills I want so it's not that big of a deal.
I'm with you on that. I've tried em and didnt like em.
But I really dont care for fast food in general no matter where it comes from.
I will say that Whataburger is bad ass as long as you go to one in a small town.
I eat fast food like once every 2-3 months. But now that I'm back in school and broke, I eat crap again.
Loved Whataburger when I had it in Destin, but I paid for it later when I had an hour long round of explosive diarrhea.
I hear they have In N' Out in Texas now.
Before I moved to Houston my Texan friends would visit me in Tennessee and they said the Mexican food sucked here. They confused Mexican food with Tex-Mex. Texans call Tex-Mex Mexican food. Papasitos, Chuys, Gringos, Lupes is Tex-Mex. To me they're two different things.
I haven't seen an In & Out burger here in Houston but I hear Austin has Jets Pizza which my son really misses
I think the In N' Out is in Dallas.
I love Jets Pizza. It needs to be everywhere.
Haven't seen In N' Out as of yet. But we have been getting a bunch of fast food joints from other states lately. Steak-N-shake and Five guys burgers being two of them.
Not horrible,but it's still fast food.
I guess you're to young to have noticed but twenty years ago fast food was actually pretty good.
They used meat that hadn't been processed to the point it was unrecognizable.
Now the **** taste like school food.
Yeah there is a big difference. I like em both though.
It is funny what some states consider "good" Mexican food. We were in Kansas City visiting my unc and he took us to the best Mexican food place in town. Didnt have the heart to tell him it sucked.
Same with Cali strangely enough.
The biggest indicator is salsa/hot sauce. Some of that **** up north is like tomato soup with tabasco in it. Nasty ****!!!
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