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Due to lack of sleep, I've broken out the divisions in the purported new SEC:

Tigers: Auburn, Clemson, LSU, Mizzou
Cats, Dogs & Hogs: Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Miss. St.
Somehow Offensive: Florida, FSU, Ole Miss, S.C.
Not Even Real Things: A&M, 'Bama, Tenn., Vandy

You're welcome, Mike Slive.

Oh, and eat your heart out, Legends and Leaders.
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This place is consistently packed, but the service is pretty fast for the most part. My friends and I love coming here for late-night dining after the bars-- it's a much healthier option than Whataburger. My favorite dish is the veggie hash.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Love the place after they remodeled it. The democrat and the republican tacos are some of their best menu items. Spicy food lovers-- slather some diablo sauce on your taco, but be careful... it's REALLY spicy. Love the local brand soda they carry as well.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This was one of my favorite restaurants in college. From brunch to dinner, the menu offers a good variety of options for vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and carnivorous eaters. First timers MUST indulge in the Kerbey Queso. I definitely miss the old school, hole-in-the-wall charm of the place before it was remodeled, but the food tastes just as good.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I imagine Heaven looks something like this. I eat here almost every day during the work week. Grocery shopping here can get pricey but the quality of food you're getting is worth it. I highly recommend trying the acai banana berry smoothie, or carrot apple orange juice from the fresh juice bar. They also have Indian food at least a few times a week, and it tastes wonderful-- not as many spices as something you'd get from a traditional Indian restaurant, but it's much lighter and healthier. Be careful though, it's easy to rack up a high bill at check out because everything in that store looks delicious.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
One of the best restaurants I've ever been to. Everything on the menu is served so delicately and tastes amazing. The chefs combine ingredients that you would never imagine to go well together, but all their dishes are a unique experience. This is a great place to bring visitors for upscale dining. Plus, you can give them the back story of how the owner was the season 9 winner of Top Chef!
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