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Re: the Houston and game experience
« Reply #15450 on: December 31, 2014, 10:44:20 pm »

My short story:

1. Got my seats in section 112 from the UofA & they were great, pays to b a foundation member-even a small-timer like me

2. Stadium was awesome-chair back seats, lots of variety in concessions & reasonably priced-at least compared to Hog games

3. Ate lunch at a Lupe Tortilla's before the game.  The fajitas are awesome. I recommend picking some up if u have the means.

Best part was watching the Hawgs blast the Horns-big win for the future & so glad to send these seniors (Flowers & Spaight especially) out on a very high note.

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Re: the Houston and game experience
« Reply #15451 on: January 01, 2015, 07:51:52 am »

Was that game a sellout?
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Re: the Houston and game experience
« Reply #15452 on: January 01, 2015, 04:00:54 pm »

I don't know how I got away with it but I had a fairly good sized pocket knife. Security told us to take everything out of our pockets. I proceeded to drop my knife on the ground during the process. Picked it back up and kept walking after they said ok. Couldn't believe. Must have been because I was an old cuss
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Re: the Houston and game experience
« Reply #15453 on: January 01, 2015, 04:23:40 pm »

Best I could do with my $90 pos.. dont think they would let me in with my DSLR .. Stadium was great.. we had good seats.. we had a great time at Fatboys.. Houston as a city IMO is a $h1t hole will only go back if I have to..


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Glad the economy of Houston or its stature as the 4th largest metropolitan area in America doesn't depend on your opinion.  Did you happen to notice the 8th Wonder of the World looming small in the shadow of the stadium you visited? 
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Re: the Houston and game experience
« Reply #15454 on: January 01, 2015, 04:25:56 pm »

Glad the economy of Houston or its stature as the 4th largest metropolitan area in America doesn't depend on your opinion.  Did you happen to notice the 8th Wonder of the World looming small in the shadow of the stadium you visited?

LOL. I actually enjoyed Houston tremendously. It's a very multicultural, diverse city. Don't think I'd want to live there but I'll certainly visit again. Great food, the Galleria is nice, and the stadium was nice.
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Re: the Houston and game experience
« Reply #15455 on: January 01, 2015, 06:03:40 pm »

We came down on Saturday and made a long weekend of it. We had a blast. We stayed at the Omni and although it needs a remodel, the hotel was great. We ate in Rice village one night and the food was fantastic. We had Mexican food at someplace I can't remember. The traffic east by as bad this time as it was a few months ago when I was in town for work but perhaps I just figured out different routes to go.

Traffic to NRG wasn't bad at all. Took us allot 20 min to get there and parking was easy in the lie lot. Leaving we exits the south exit and right into 610. Took us 10 min to get back to the hotel. I'd rate the concessions as NRG to be as good or better than jerry world and worlds better than arrowhead.

I'd come again if we play in Houston.
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Where to stay in New Orleans
« Reply #15456 on: January 02, 2015, 09:28:59 am »

Courtyard by Marriott New Orleans Downtown/Convention Center

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Marriott streak continues. Team staying in that hotel has now won six straight and 8 of last nine. #SugarBowl #ohiostate
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Re: the Houston and game experience
« Reply #15457 on: January 16, 2015, 12:55:54 pm »

We came down on Saturday and made a long weekend of it. We had a blast. We stayed at the Omni and although it needs a remodel, the hotel was great. We ate in Rice village one night and the food was fantastic. We had Mexican food at someplace I can't remember. The traffic east by as bad this time as it was a few months ago when I was in town for work but perhaps I just figured out different routes to go.

Traffic to NRG wasn't bad at all. Took us allot 20 min to get there and parking was easy in the lie lot. Leaving we exits the south exit and right into 610. Took us 10 min to get back to the hotel. I'd rate the concessions as NRG to be as good or better than jerry world and worlds better than arrowhead.

I'd come again if we play in Houston.

Last time I was there was about 5 years ago, and I flew in and rented a car.  I realized really quickly that I rented the wrong car when I got to the first on-ramp with one of the lights that tell you it's time to merge into traffic.  I had to put the thing to the floor just to keep from getting killed.  I've driven in a lot of big cities during rush hour traffic, but I think Houston was the most nerve racking of any of them.  You NEED a fast car to feel safe driving there. 
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Where to Eat in Starkville
« Reply #15458 on: January 17, 2015, 09:08:13 am »

Bob Carskadon @bobcarskadon  ·  23 hours ago
Who knew? Starkville has more restaurants per capita than any city in Miss. Lot of good food. (via @mscollegetown) http://shrd.by/O2pyg2

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Starkville Restaurant Week entered the growing celebration of Mississippi’s culinary economy as what proved to be the largest restaurant week in the state. The success of that first year has grown, prompting organizers in the Starkville Convention and Visitors Bureau to increase the number of featured dining days to ten in 2015, encompassing an additional MSU Baseball weekend



http://visit.starkville.org
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No Smoking in NOLA
« Reply #15459 on: January 22, 2015, 12:44:25 pm »

Jeff Adelson @jadelson  ·  1 minute ago

Smoking ban passes new orleans city council unanimously
Jeff Adelson @jadelson  ·  1 hour ago

Amendment taking out restrictions on smoking in public places (like parks and bus stops) and near doors and windows passes 4-3

Guidry: "I believe we'll see a lot of people coming from Jefferson Parish to Orleans to enjoy smokefree gaming and smokefree bars."

Rebekah Allen @rebekahallen  · 1 hour ago

Bars and casinos could be smoke free in NOLA.

Councilman Gray breaks into tears as he lists off friends and family who died of lung cancer as he discusses support for smoking ban.

Councilwoman Ramsey: Haven't had enough time to consider the direct and indirect impacts of ban.
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jbcarol

No Smoking in New Orleans Casinos and Bars
« Reply #15460 on: January 24, 2015, 07:28:07 am »

John McCusker @jmcctheadvocate  ·  Jan 22
NO city council bans smoking in casinos and bars. The supporters erupted in applause as the measure passed.



Jeff Adelson @jadelson  ·  Jan 22
Details on the indoor smoking ban passed by the New Orleans City Council: http://www.theneworleansadvocate.com/news/11401789

Ban on smoking in New Orleans' bars and restaurants will go into effect in 90 days.
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Re: Road Trips: 3 Hots and a Cot
« Reply #15461 on: January 24, 2015, 08:10:40 am »

John McCusker @jmcctheadvocate  ·  Jan 22
NO city council bans smoking in casinos and bars. The supporters erupted in applause as the measure passed.



Jeff Adelson @jadelson  ·  Jan 22
Details on the indoor smoking ban passed by the New Orleans City Council: http://www.theneworleansadvocate.com/news/11401789

Ban on smoking in New Orleans' bars and restaurants will go into effect in 90 days.

Man.  That's really interesting.  I wonder how that will affect tourism, though.  The reason a lot of people go to New Orleans, is to do things they can't where they live.  I can't imagine listening to a Jazz band there, and nobody smoking.  Not saying I'm against the ban, but it will be interesting to see how this plays out.
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Tuscaloosa Eats
« Reply #15462 on: January 27, 2015, 02:57:37 pm »

Kevin Brockway @gatorhoops  ·  2 hours ago

Best part of coming to Tuscaloosa -- ribs at Dreamland.

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jbcarol

Gus's to Knoxville
« Reply #15463 on: February 18, 2015, 02:59:05 pm »

Patrick Brown @patrickbrownTFP  ·  6 hours ago

OMG ... Knoxville is getting a Gus's Fried Chicken? Best day everrrrr.



Since so many of you shared your enthusiasm about wanting Gus's in your neighborhood, here are the 2015 openings...

Atlanta, GA
St. Louis, MO
Los Angeles, CA
Ft. Worth, TX
Knoxville, TN
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Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15465 on: March 05, 2015, 10:47:15 pm »

I like Does on Dickson is there any better?
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15466 on: March 06, 2015, 07:21:16 am »

You might be surprised, but catfish hole has one of the best steaks I've eaten.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15467 on: March 06, 2015, 08:43:02 am »

You might be surprised, but catfish hole has one of the best steaks I've eaten.
True. 
I still don't get the fascination with Hermans steaks. 
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15468 on: March 06, 2015, 09:38:32 am »

How is Mister B's?

I've never eaten there, but I drive by it everyday to work.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15469 on: March 06, 2015, 11:07:09 am »

How is Mister B's?

I've never eaten there, but I drive by it everyday to work.

Awesome
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15470 on: March 06, 2015, 11:07:25 am »

Mr B's
Fred's Hickory Inn
Ruth's Chris

All are consistently better

Bordino's
Herman's
Doe's

Would be my next level of good ones

Other than that I'm cooking it at home

I concur
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15471 on: March 06, 2015, 11:34:48 am »

Mr. B's is the best in NWA hands down.  Ruth chris is a close second but they want way to much money for that steak.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15472 on: March 06, 2015, 11:48:37 am »

Mr. B's is the best in NWA hands down.  Ruth chris is a close second but they want way to much money for that steak.

This is the correct answer on both counts.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15473 on: March 06, 2015, 12:04:03 pm »

How is Mister B's?

I've never eaten there, but I drive by it everyday to work.

The couple that own Mister Bs also ran Hermans for several years. The Hermans steak influenced what they cook at Mister Bs.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15474 on: March 06, 2015, 12:14:31 pm »

Best steak for the money. Haven 55 in Pineville.Mo. I live in Bella Vista and a short drive for me. Have eaten at all of them mentioned and then some. Bout half the price. They do a trimmed sirloin in a red wine reduction for like $16.95 with twice baked potato and salad. Well worth it if your up this way.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15475 on: March 06, 2015, 12:17:27 pm »

Best steak for the money. Haven 55 in Pineville.Mo. I live in Bella Vista and a short drive for me. Have eaten at all of them mentioned and then some. Bout half the price. They do a trimmed sirloin in a red wine reduction for like $16.95 with twice baked potato and salad. Well worth it if your up this way.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15476 on: March 06, 2015, 12:18:15 pm »

Sorry for the double post.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15477 on: March 06, 2015, 12:30:24 pm »

Well I'm glad all you rich masters of the universe can way in on this topic.  I can't afford none of them and I eat 5 dollar steaks from the iga once ever three or four months when I get a little extra money.  Wish I had enough money to throw 50 dollars around for a steak like the rest of you eggheads.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15478 on: March 06, 2015, 12:36:39 pm »

Go to Walmart, buy a couple of NY Strips. Cook them on high on a buttered skillet for about 3-4 minutes per side. Then take it off and wrap it in foil and let it sit. The juices will continue to cook the steak from the inside.

When you put them on the plate, you will have a tender, juicy medium rare steak just as good as any restaurant. You can season and flavor to preference.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15479 on: March 06, 2015, 01:47:44 pm »

Well I'm glad all you rich masters of the universe can way in on this topic.  I can't afford none of them and I eat 5 dollar steaks from the iga once ever three or four months when I get a little extra money.  Wish I had enough money to throw 50 dollars around for a steak like the rest of you eggheads.

poor bastage there is always a way to make extra cash OTR.  I bet Odell would be glad to earn you some extra foldin money
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15480 on: March 06, 2015, 01:57:36 pm »

Mr B's
Fred's Hickory Inn
Ruth's Chris

All are consistently better

Bordino's
Herman's
Doe's

Would be my next level of good ones

Other than that I'm cooking it at home

Good list.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15481 on: March 06, 2015, 02:07:54 pm »

Go to Walmart, buy a couple of NY Strips. Cook them on high on a buttered skillet for about 3-4 minutes per side. Then take it off and wrap it in foil and let it sit. The juices will continue to cook the steak from the inside.

When you put them on the plate, you will have a tender, juicy medium rare steak just as good as any restaurant. You can season and flavor to preference.

Wrong.  Totally wrong.  Buying a steak from wal mart is about as nasty as you can get.  Once I started buying my meat from a REAL butcher shop, I can't go back.  The steaks at Wal Mart are disgusting and the chicken is even worse.  NEVER, and I mean NEVER, buy a steak at wal mart.  At least buy from a smaller local type grocery store like Harp's or CV's. 
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15482 on: March 06, 2015, 02:50:28 pm »

Wrong.  Totally wrong.  Buying a steak from wal mart is about as nasty as you can get.  Once I started buying my meat from a REAL butcher shop, I can't go back.  The steaks at Wal Mart are disgusting and the chicken is even worse.  NEVER, and I mean NEVER, buy a steak at wal mart.  At least buy from a smaller local type grocery store like Harp's or CV's. 

Don't disagree with you at all, but FWIW, the Neighborhood Market by WalMart here in Fayetteville, their butcher shop is leased out and is legit. The people from the Bentonville Butcher & Deli run it. Not sure if all NWA Neighborhood markets are like this or not, but the one on Crossover and Hwy 45 is.

I personally buy all of my beef from Dimes Meat Market in Springdale.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15483 on: March 06, 2015, 02:51:07 pm »

Wrong.  Totally wrong.  Buying a steak from wal mart is about as nasty as you can get.  Once I started buying my meat from a REAL butcher shop, I can't go back.  The steaks at Wal Mart are disgusting and the chicken is even worse.  NEVER, and I mean NEVER, buy a steak at wal mart.  At least buy from a smaller local type grocery store like Harp's or CV's. 

I go to the Walmart NM buy Pinnacle of i49. It has a much better meat department than any other walmart I've ever been too. Sometimes I'll run over to fresh market for steaks when we have a little extra cash.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15484 on: March 06, 2015, 03:21:02 pm »

I go to the Walmart NM buy Pinnacle of i49. It has a much better meat department than any other walmart I've ever been too. Sometimes I'll run over to fresh market for steaks when we have a little extra cash.

Fair enough.  I wasn't trying to be a prick or anything.  I just REALLY can't stand the meat at Wal Mart.  Maybe a NM has better options.  I'm with you though, that a home cooked steak off of my ceramic grill will almost ALWAYS be better than a steak in a restaurant.  Unless it's a place that dry ages their beef.  I haven't been able to find dry aged beef anywhere near me except in restaurants.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15485 on: March 06, 2015, 04:22:30 pm »

Best steak for the money. Haven 55 in Pineville.Mo. I live in Bella Vista and a short drive for me. Have eaten at all of them mentioned and then some. Bout half the price. They do a trimmed sirloin in a red wine reduction for like $16.95 with twice baked potato and salad. Well worth it if your up this way.
Wow, I didn't know Pineville, Mo. was in NWA....
lol, just messing with ya.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15486 on: March 06, 2015, 04:29:55 pm »

I wish I had one wal mart steak in the freezer for every time I've seen this topic on hogville.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15487 on: March 06, 2015, 04:44:49 pm »

How is Mister B's?

I've never eaten there, but I drive by it everyday to work.

Try it. Tell Bruce and Patty hello!
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15488 on: March 06, 2015, 04:46:48 pm »

The couple that own Mister Bs also ran Hermans for several years. The Hermans steak influenced what they cook at Mister Bs.

Bruce and Patty were friends of mine when I lived and worked up there and I got to know them when they ran Herman's. They do a great job and are good people.
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« Reply #15489 on: March 06, 2015, 05:12:19 pm »

Bruce and Patty were friends of mine when I lived and worked up there and I got to know them when they ran Herman's. They do a great job and are good people.

Hate to be cantankerous but I don't see a correlation between being good people and frying up a good steak.  Hoss wouldn't be a considered good people but she can fry up a steak that will melt in your mouth. 

And I have been to Mr. B's.  Don't know what all the hubbub is all about.
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« Reply #15490 on: March 06, 2015, 06:08:22 pm »

Fair enough.  I wasn't trying to be a prick or anything.  I just REALLY can't stand the meat at Wal Mart.  Maybe a NM has better options.  I'm with you though, that a home cooked steak off of my ceramic grill will almost ALWAYS be better than a steak in a restaurant.  Unless it's a place that dry ages their beef.  I haven't been able to find dry aged beef anywhere near me except in restaurants.

Sams club steaks are top notch.  Wal Mart has two qualities,  the ones in black are not bad.   Not all the neighborhood markets have local butchers. 
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15491 on: March 06, 2015, 06:23:15 pm »

I have a  hard time justifying $125 for 2 filets, 2 scalloped potatoes, 2 salads and 2 waters that Ruths' Chris charges and Does is just one huge hunk of unseasoned meat.  When we want steak, we go to FM pick out what we want and throw it on the egg.  Sam's meat is good but there's just two of us and we don't need 4 of them.
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15492 on: March 06, 2015, 06:41:38 pm »

Sister-in-laws house. 
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« Reply #15493 on: March 06, 2015, 06:45:21 pm »

Sister-in-laws house.

Does she do a "Saturday night special"
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15494 on: March 06, 2015, 06:48:26 pm »

Does she do a "Saturday night special"

After about 3 jack and cokes she might!
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15495 on: March 06, 2015, 06:57:22 pm »

After about 3 jack and cokes she might!

My kind of date!
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« Reply #15496 on: March 06, 2015, 07:13:15 pm »

After about 3 jack and cokes she might!

That's what I am talking about!
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15497 on: March 07, 2015, 08:26:17 am »

I have a  hard time justifying $125 for 2 filets, 2 scalloped potatoes, 2 salads and 2 waters that Ruths' Chris charges and Does is just one huge hunk of unseasoned meat.  When we want steak, we go to FM pick out what we want and throw it on the egg.  Sam's meat is good but there's just two of us and we don't need 4 of them.
Sam's will cut whatever you want if you ask.  I get them to cut 2" thick, prime ribeyes for me all the time. 
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Road Trips: Nashville
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Re: Best steak in NWA
« Reply #15499 on: March 11, 2015, 08:23:39 pm »

Maybe I got lucky, but the last steak I had at Does was top 5 all time.
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