Hubby and I took a quick trip to Dallas this week-end. We had such a good time! We were on a secret mission (which I will tell you all about soon), and we got to spend time with some good friends. But the thing I really want to talk about is how happy my taste buds were this week-end!
We started off Saturday morning with breakfast tacos from Taco Cabana. I know that the breakfast taco has been a little more mainstream, but most of what is out there is pretty generic. The ones at Taco Cabana are made with fresh tortillas (yummy!) and they have a selection that you don’t find most places.
Later than day (and again the next day) we went to Bahama Buck’s. That is my happy place. My own personal vision of heaven has a Bahama Buck’s on every cloud. If you haven’t ever heard of them, they make the most incredibly delicious shaved ice. You can also get smoothies, coffee, etc., but the watermelon shaved ice is always my go-to treat.
When dinner rolled around hubby surprised me with Schlotzsky’s. I have loved Schlotzsky’s ever since I had my very first bite way back in my college days. Believe me when I say that it has been a LOT of years! This is not my hubby’s favorite, so I owe him a huge thank you!
For lunch on Sunday it was the good old Texas stand-by of Whataburger. Whataburger is a Texas institution. In my opinion they have the best fast food burger around. It has been six long months and my tummy was so happy to finally have a burger from Whataburger again.
In case you recall my bluebonnets post from a couple of weeks ago, I did finally get to see some. It was raining so I didn’t get pictures, but it finally feels like spring since I got to see them. Of course, we are back in Ohio now and the forecast for tomorrow says there is a chance of snow. Oh well, at least I will have happy memories of all the wonderful food and great times with friends to keep me warm.
Note: I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned in this post, nor did I receive compensation from them. These are just some of my favorite food places in Texas and I wanted to share them with you.