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BREAKFAST LUNCH AND DINNER – RIGHT HERE ON 9TH AVE

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Texas City has so many wonderful attributes, sometimes
we take for granted the goodies that have been around
the longest. For example, we decided to do all three
meals somewhere on Palmer/9th Ave and it was amazing
the quality and variety of choices we had. We began
with breakfast at Rigo’s and although the choices were
overwhelming we went for a classic Mexican breakfast of
Migas and we were not disappointed. Light, fluffy, flavorful
and filling, this dish was excellent – worthy of the best
Mexican restaurants in Texas. All the homemade desserts
were coming out as we left and the temptation was
to take one with us. Coconut cake and lemon meringue
pie were calling my name as was dragged kicking and
screaming from the establishment.
Lunch was from another part of the world – Basil House
a little further up the road. Small and unassuming, who
knew you could get the most fragrant and beautiful Hot
and Sour Soup and a phenomenal Chicken Curry right
here in Texas City! I am not usually a fan of tofu but this
rich, complex liquid ruby broth complements the tofu and
mushrooms to create a stunning explosion of flavor and
ready you for the curry to follow.
Dinner was a celebration of the sea at Baytown
Seafood Restaurant. Don’t let the name fool you , they
are just a hop up the road from the Basil House – for now
– as they will be moving too as they now reside in the
center being renovated. Here we had a beautiful stuffed
founder resting n a bed of the simply the best grilled vegetables
I have ever had and covered with their signature
e’touffe sauce and a beautiful shrimp salad.
The moral to this story? You will never know what’s
right under your nose when you are always looking down
the road.

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