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DFW West/Southwest Quadrant Breakfast

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Starting a new thread for the DFW W/SW Quadrant Breakfast meeting.
When: Saturday June 17, 2017, 8:00 AM.
Where: Rudy's BBQ
451 East I-20
Arlington
https://rudysbbq.com/location/Detail/arlington-tx#

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https://www.google.com/maps/place/Rudy' ... 97.1031344
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Great! I like name. I wondered what to call it. Look forward to meeting everyone who can attend.
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I might be able to make that. Kind of depends on what's happening with my leg, so I'll have to play it by ear, but that's not too far for me.
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The Annoyed Man wrote:I might be able to make that. Kind of depends on what's happening with my leg, so I'll have to play it by ear, but that's not too far for me.

TAM, if necessary we can arrange transportation. It will be great to have you join us.
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Won't make this one (finishing our move from MO that weekend) but I'll be down for the next one.
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I never knew Rudy's served breakfast! What is on their menu for breakfast? I see nothing about it on their website.

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We need one of these for North DFW!

Rudy's breakfast is breakfast tacos. And BBQ. :thumbs2:
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TexasJohnBoy wrote:We need one of these for North DFW!

Rudy's breakfast is breakfast tacos. And BBQ. :thumbs2:
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bblhd672 wrote:Starting a new thread for the DFW W/SW Quadrant Breakfast meeting.
When: Saturday June 17, 2017, 8:00 AM.
Where: Rudy's BBQ
451 East I-20
Arlington
https://rudysbbq.com/location/Detail/arlington-tx#

Map:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Rudy' ... 97.1031344
:thumbs2: :thumbs2: It's a great endeavor. I wish you success and I hope I can attend one myself as a representative of the Houston South Quadrant group when I'm up that way.
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Bitter Clinger wrote:
TexasJohnBoy wrote:We need one of these for North DFW!

Rudy's breakfast is breakfast tacos. And BBQ. :thumbs2:
I plan to join as a card carrying representative of North Dallas (by the High 5) :cheers2:
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Someone mentioned busting some clays in the other thread. Is that something on the itinerary? I am off that weekend and considering coming down. I've also didn't know Rudy's had breakfast and really really like tacos of all kinds with rare exception.

Whether or not there will be any clay busting on the menu is not a deal breaker. I only ask so I'll know what to bring along.
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C-dub wrote:Someone mentioned busting some clays in the other thread. Is that something on the itinerary? I am off that weekend and considering coming down. I've also didn't know Rudy's had breakfast and really really like tacos of all kinds with rare exception.

Whether or not there will be any clay busting on the menu is not a deal breaker. I only ask so I'll know what to bring along.
It's not part of the plan right now, TAM mentioned it, in the original thread topic: https://texaschlforum.com/viewtopic.php ... 5#p1155128

I wouldn't mind including that if someone has a place in mind, close by. But it may be more driving than some will want to do.
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I don't know the area. It's not too far to go for tacos and friends, but it's not my hood, so I'm unfamiliar with options for busting any clays or shooting at all.
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C-dub wrote:I don't know the area. It's not too far to go for tacos and friends, but it's not my hood, so I'm unfamiliar with options for busting any clays or shooting at all.

The closest places I know about are either in Grand Prairie, or Rendon, but neither of those are real close.
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Jusme wrote:
C-dub wrote:Someone mentioned busting some clays in the other thread. Is that something on the itinerary? I am off that weekend and considering coming down. I've also didn't know Rudy's had breakfast and really really like tacos of all kinds with rare exception.

Whether or not there will be any clay busting on the menu is not a deal breaker. I only ask so I'll know what to bring along.
It's not part of the plan right now, TAM mentioned it, in the original thread topic: https://texaschlforum.com/viewtopic.php ... 5#p1155128

I wouldn't mind including that if someone has a place in mind, close by. But it may be more driving than some will want to do.
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