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Old 04-10-2013, 01:47 PM   #1
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For those that want to just take a leisurly ride to a great place to eat. "Dining Out Riding Club".
I am honestly tossed between Ormand or Sunday Rider as the capo on this one.

OK this is just my feeble attempt at some levity on a Wednesday afternoon.

But should we start this?
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I say sunday rider

Ormand only eats that has a big splooge of on top of his food.
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Why does a Caponord have to get dragged into this?

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1-No places that have a big splooge of on top
2-Must be cost effective for most people
3-Must be varied on a regular basis (can never visit the same place twice within a year)
4-Must be able to make it home without feeling sick
5-Must be close to houston (30 mile radius)
?who is caponord?
I agree SR has some great places that he shares with us.
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Capo = nickname for a Caponord
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I got it. Sweet bike but I was using it as a shortcut for captain.
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Sounds yummy, tuesdays or thursdays
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Sounds yummy, tuesdays or thursdays
and depending on the place we may need to pray over the food before we dig in.
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Ormand only eats that has a big splooge of on top of his food.
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For those that want to just take a leisurly ride to a great place to eat. "Dining Out Riding Club".
I am honestly tossed between Ormand or Sunday Rider as the capo on this one.

OK this is just my feeble attempt at some levity on a Wednesday afternoon.

But should we start this?
Sounds like a really good idea Glen, something different from our Sunday rides
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Frank you actually practically do this anyway just need to formalize. And thanks for spelling my name right.
We line up from littlest to biggest so either myself or Chris will be the sweeper. Fastola will probably lead
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Quite right. The resemblance is uncany.

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Sounds deelish

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Frank you actually practically do this anyway just need to formalize. And thanks for spelling my name right.
We line up from littlest to biggest so either myself or Chris will be the sweeper. Fastola will probably lead
Yes that is correct, if in town i usually post a dinner meet somewhere for anyone interested in joining us, it has been fun so far, good food, good company and good conversation, good way to establish a good relationship with other riders in the group.
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Rules
1-No places that have a big splooge of on top
2-Must be cost effective for most people
3-Must be varied on a regular basis (can never visit the same place twice within a year)
4-Must be able to make it home without feeling sick
5-Must be close to houston (30 mile radius)
?who is caponord?
I agree SR has some great places that he shares with us.
You just ruled out every restaurant on Bellaire...... I love Chinese food!
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You just ruled out every restaurant on Bellaire...... I love Chinese food!
fufu on bellaire never gives me bubble guts.

and they have awesome food!
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You just ruled out every restaurant on Bellaire...... I love Chinese food!
I apologyze for contradicting. But i think those are the criterias that most restaurants on Bellaire meet.
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As far as I'm concerned, on Bellaire, never had food with Bunch of emulsified on top, prices were always reasonable, how varied can you get when you have can find restaurants from e entire continent of Asia, and although the sanitation issue might be questionable for many of them, i never got sick eating in any of the restaurants on Bellaire. To the contrary, i got sick eating at Couple of the finest restaurants in Houston. Dont like to give out names though. Just my thoughts! : )
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Don't get me wrong, I eat at Bellaire at least 2x a week. At one point I would eat there and stop by Houston Superbikes to do some window shopping.

I guess most of my friends have weak stomach!
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