In an age where it seems like restaurants come and go with the seasons, there are some places that have stood the test of time. In Texas, no eating establishments have stood longer than a small town restaurant off I-35.
We love to drink so much in Texas, we have our own national beer (Lone Star). Heck, our love of going out for a frothy beverage dates all the way back to 1866 when the first watering hole opened up down in the capitol city of Austin.
For years Oprah Winfrey has been unveiling a list of her favorite things that she wants to give or receive during the holidays. When she had her TV show, the entire audience would receive each of the things on her list and the audience basically went crazy especially the year that she gave them all Volkswagen Beetles one year!
For the past few years, Jimmy Kimmel has asked his viewers to play a joke on their kids the morning after Halloween by telling them that they ate all of the Halloween candy they collected while trick or treating.
It's a Sunday afternoon in the fall. The most acceptable ways to spend the afternoon are to: watch football, watch NASCAR, take an afternoon nap or play all the classic arcade games your life has been missing online.
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