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    time 2 eat

    A morning stop for some folks while they are headed to work downtown and an after work mexican treat.
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    The windows are all fogged up from all that char broiled goodness. Do you ever head early to catch breakfast there?
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    It crosses my mind when I ride by. It probably would be some good home cooking with a lot of grease. Which I like sometimes. The other picture with the star is the same place.
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    Ride to eat? Eat to ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by commutenow
    It crosses my mind when I ride by. It probably would be some good home cooking with a lot of grease. Which I like sometimes. The other picture with the star is the same place.

    As I was stuffing my fourth piece of pizza into my mouth after a group ride, one of my fellow riders asked me if I ride to eat or eat to ride. After many years of contemplating this question, I don't think that it is an either or question -- I do both. All of the food pictures on RBR make me hungry when I am at my desk. But, I didn't ride today, so I have to watch the intake at lunch.
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