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    The question is a little too simplistic. There are restaurants I'll drive to try and restaurants I won't. I drove an hour from the middle of Houston to Conroe to try Chez Roux. I can walk to Sophia, but it took me almost a year to try it. If a restaurant is worth the effort, people will find it.

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    The 610 loop, and not a block further.

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    I voted 30 min or less but really I'd only go that far if I've heard INCREDIBLE things about a place — then it's sort of like a field trip! I agree, if it's worth the effort and people are talking those with adventurous hunger will find it!

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    Depends on early reports too. I vote 30 minutes or less but if a place is getting a lot of press, I might go further. Sadly, I'd been planning to hit Tesar's on a return trip from Conroe scheduled for May. I'll expect you to keep me up to date on whether it is still worth going! 😉

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    Interesting question. I suppose this is related to the Tesar's "situation." Here's my take: no way I'm driving 40 mins to the Woodlands to try a fancy pants burger. Now, drive an hour to washington TX to try a dingy burger? hell yes! Why? because the latter screams road trip with shorts and sandals.

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    Not sure why my comment won't post, so will try again!
    I am planning to drive to the new Bootsie's in Tomball. Have heard good things from friends up north. I'm making it a fun trip and plan on exploring the area some. I'm inside the loop and find myself grumpy about leaving. So I'm excited to get out of my comfort zone!

    inside the loop


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Poll: For how long will you drive?

by Albert Nurick time to read: <1 min