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Old 02-08-2007, 12:30 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by joepole
I miss Cypress Inn and ... The Tic-Tock Grill...Weismans
Now there are some good ones joepole! I miss them all. Weismans also had good hot tamales, and I would get those to-go. I also liked Cobb's Barbeque down the road across from centenary. Good ham poboys with cole slaw on em. Louis and Hershal's brother Joe Cobb is still selling BBQ over in Bossier all these decades. That might be one of the oldest remaining restaurants around. I love reading the old memoribilia on the walls, like I do at Herby K's.


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Originally Posted by joepole
Theo's (downtown across from the library) has the best cheeseburger po-boys.
I am sorry to report that Theo's closed down about 10 or 12 months ago. I don't know why, they were always crowded for lunch.
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