Never pass up a chance to sit down or relieve yourself.
-old Apache saying
Thursday, January 5, 2017
One thing I will miss about Houston is the tremendous variety of restaurants. Houston has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the world. South Padre Island is not exactly a culinary capital, but hey, whaddaya want in a city of 2500 people?!
But I did find this recently: a listing of the Top 5 restaurants on South Padre Island. This article appeared in the "Jackson Observer" but it's not Jackson, Mississippi or Jackson anywhere else. But I look forward to trying out the new restaurants.
Dining Out: Top 5 Restaurants Around South Padre Island, TX
Looking to find the best food in and around South Padre Island, TX? South Padre Island, TX is home to some of the best restaurants in the country, and even in the world.(What?!) Whether you’re in the mood for fine dining, sushi, southern fried, or BBQ, South Padre Island, TX offers dishes that will not disappoint.
Finding a place to eat in a new city can be daunting. Don’t settle for a quick meal at one of those chain restaurants. Did you know that most of the food served at chain restaurants come fresh out of the freezer? Yuck! Take advantage of the great restaurants located around South Padre Island, TX. Your taste buds and significant other will thank you.
Gluten allergy? Vegan? Vegetarian? Meat lover? No matter what your special diet is, fear not, our team of reviewers have taken into consideration restaurants that fit the dietary needs of everybody.
Where do you find the best chicken parm or chicken piccata in the city? Perhaps the best slice of pizza or lasagna? Our list includes the best of the best restaurants in South Padre Island, too. Or perhaps sushi suits your fancy? This region is home to a a number of off-the-beaten-path gems.
Planning your travel itinerary around the city’s top restaurants is a great way to tour the area. Check out the top list below to start planning your itinerary today.
Terry Gross: "So when you left Mexico and were faced with a different part of the Catholic Church, did you consider going back or were you just done?"
Jorge Ramos (b. 1958): "No, I was done. I was done...once I started going to college, and once I realized that nobody really knows if there's afterlife, that there's really no explanation, no religious explanation on why children die, why children have cancer, why all the cruelty in wars happen, why all these terrible things that I've seen as a journalist. Once you realize that there's no religious explanation, then I really had no choice but to leave Catholic Church and I became an agnostic.