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  • by ChristophersBoss Written Dec 15, 2008

    Local owner is almost always there. Outstanding pizza and homemade pasta sauces. Located in a strip center at Atascocita Road and Timber Forest but inside it has a cozy ambiance with Tuscan wall murals and soft Italian music. Nice beer and wine bar. Private room for groups. Crisp salads served on chilled glass plates. Bread and pizza dough made from scratch daily. $7 lunch includes salad, drink, entree AND tax served in 5 or 6 minutes. Free WiFi so you can work or write reviews on the Internet while you eat. Weekends are packed so it's best on a week night or weekday lunch.

    Favorite Dish: The pasta dishes are good but the pizza is like no other in the area. Deep dish or thin crisp crust. The Italian sausage is imported from Chicago because the flavor can't be matched. Travels well so it is great for delivery and heats up well the next couple of days.

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  • by bigpapa Written Aug 22, 2006

    I'd like to guide anyone visiting to try Los Vega on 1960E (They have 2 locations) for Mexican food. For Italian try Sarpino's or J. Christophers both are fairly priced and have huge portions. None of these are your big chain resteraunts and as far as I'm concerned GOOD. These establishments have great food and a good atmosphere.

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    by faith126 Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    There's a place called 'That Coffee Shop' that has lil guitar gigs once in a while... good place to relax (unless you prefer Starbucks more..). If you like sub sandwiches, try Jason's deli. If you like bbq- try Mo's BBQ or Luther's. Italian- Olive Garden or Zio's. Buffet- Golden Corral. Pizza- Cici's or Pizza Hut. Seafood- Joe's or Red Lobster. Bar & Grill- try Friday's, Chili's, or Bennigan's. Steaks- Steak & Ale. Mexican- Monterey's, Case Ole, or Panchos. (Typical food places mostly around here.) Of course, there's always the fast food joints, if nothing else.
    No matter what time of day it is, or how busy they are, Monterey's Little Mexico normally ALWAYS gets your food to you in less than 7 or 8 min. Great service. Party-type atmosphere, as well. You could also try our very own Humble City Cafe; I've heard the food is pretty good there.

    Favorite Dish: I'll eat just about anything. There's a lot of food places around here, it just depends what you like. Denny's, Sonic, and Friday's all have really good cheese\mozzerella sticks... Try the sopapillas at Monterey's, also.

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    by faith126 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: If you decide to check Humble out during the fall, you have to go to a football game. We're a 5a school, and we have a really good varsity football team. Lots of school spirit on Friday nights... Halftime shows aren't too shabby either. The award-winning drill team and band programs are great ones. Averaging 250 band members (gr. 9-12) every yr, we practice about 2 hrs everyday, on the parking lot, with the heat radiating off of it. Hard work pays off, though. Drill team works long hard hrs as well.

    In the spring, try going to Jesse Jones Park. Good place to relax, look at scenery, have a picnic, just do whatever...

    Fondest memory: I think my fondest memory of Humble would have to be my friends. There's a lot of different types of people here, so its not hard to meet a new friend. People are generally pretty helpful\nice around here...

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