[Ravensfort] env_drh@shsu.edu

Paul Gilbert niklas at wt.net
Tue Aug 7 18:51:32 PDT 2001

Hi Cedric,

At 02:16 PM 8/7/01 -0500, you wrote:
>ack, yer talking a town who's definition of romance is defined by the sperm
>count of unattached college males....it's gonna be tough.

DsD, that pretty good!!!!!!!!!, but true.

>Upscale is the log house place near the park.  It's pricey though.  Next I'd
>say is "The Junction".  It's quaint and such with good prices, but the food
>sucks.  After that I'd have to recommend Casa Thomas.  They have the
>absolute best Fajitas anywhere.  Atmosphere is...well.... Mexican, but there
>are few places you can hide out.  Decent prices too.

The place near the park is called the Homestead. It is really nice, the
food is Houston 3 star quality, but expensive. $35-40 per person with out wine.

The Junction is good and basic. Moderate price at night, $20 per person.

You might check out the Saltgrass in the Woodlands. While not real quite
(kinda noisy), the steaks are good. Price range $30 per person w/o wine.

Also, in Conroe is Steak & Ale. In the $30 per person range, but they do
have booths that are some what secluded and it can have a quite romantic

Next door the Steak & Ale (and owned by the same people) is The Outback.
Fair steaks, but really high noise floor (lots of noise).

In Huntsville, there are few really good restaurants. We are culinary
deprived. (Except for the GREAT experiences performed at Lizard Keep)

There are lots of other places in Houston. But, don't know if you want to
go that far.

Good luck....BTW, The Homestead is where Kezia and I go each year on our
anniversary. (26 in June, 2001)


>After that you go down pretty fast on romance.  Course at the very bottom is
>Holy Smoke bbq..... Top ten on the planet for food.... Black, South, and
>Baptist is the atmosphere... the romance is in the compulsive need for
>prayer they impart BEFORE you eat there.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: ravensfort-admin at ansteorra.org
>[mailto:ravensfort-admin at ansteorra.org]On Behalf Of Ld. Cedric Aeschere
>Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2001 1:46 PM
>To: ravensfort at ansteorra.org
>Subject: [Ravensfort] env_drh at shsu.edu
>I gotta question for 'ya. I don't know Huntsville as well as I used to,
>and the place has changed some in the last few years.
>I want to do something special for our three month anniversary, and I
>need to find a nice restaurant in town that has that comfy romantic
>feel. But not so romantic that I have to pawn a kidney to pay for it.
>Not that I wanna be cheap or anything, but I really don't feel like
>paying triple-price for having a few candles on the table.
>Anyway, with things being as hurried as they have been lately, I
>haven't had time to check around and I'm almost out of time. Any ideas
>would be really helpful.
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