El Camino Royales--the best! You shouldn't miss them. Good music to do Lindy Hop, East and West Coast.
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This is not a good website to try to navigate!!
As a former educator, now retired, may I make a statement? I don't care what school, district or board policy is, if one of my students had reported a bullying incident, I certainly would have looked into it and not passed it off as "buck up and live with it". No child should have to endure bullying. TUSD needs to rethink the issues of bullying and deal with not only the students, but the parents of these students and end this in our schools.
Sorry Jimmy, but Rosati's is not a chain. Each Rosati's is owned by a family member. At least that's what the owner of the Rosati's on Tanque Verde told us.
How about trying Paco's for good, inexpensive Mexican food? It's run by mom, dad and son. Located on Grant about 1 block past Craycroft on the North side of Grant.
It's a shame the art work was taken down. I have another theory as to the reason. With the monsoons pouring down all that rain, the art work would have been damaged. Maybe someone thought to save them?????
Do you mean 2 Lane Blacktop and not Bricktop????
We have dined at Cocina de Gabby several times and have never been disappointed. We have tried many different menu items(tacos, enchilladas, chili relenjos, fish tacos) and have enjoyed all of them. The salsa is great. We plan on going at least once a week. Hopefully, people will realize what a good place this is in which to dine and it will be around for a long time.
My problem with the pizzas we have eatten there is that there wasn't enough cheese on them and that they weren't good and hot. The bands on Friday nights are good for listening, but dancing is out due to the bricks. We will continue going there for pizza, unless we go down on 4th to Brooklyn Pizza and Sky Bar.
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