I’m airborne somewhere over Tennessee, on my way to Texas.

There are several guest posts scheduled, but I should be around for the most part throughout the week.

Looking forward to meeting clients and having BBQ. We have one or two slots left — if anyone wants to grab them to meet iwth Kevin and myself, please tag Joe Fitzgerald at 212-661-2022.

Category: Investing

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5 Responses to “Off to Dallas & Houston”

  1. Mike in Nola says:

    Hope you brought some light clothes. May hit 90 here in HOU.

  2. jfiles722 says:

    For good barbecue, you must immediately pull a D. B. Cooper and land in Memphis.

  3. MikeG says:

    Dallas is one of the ugliest, soulless cities anywhere.

  4. dss says:

    I think Memphis is under water.

  5. Julia Chestnut says:

    In Dallas, just go to the Inn at Turtle Creek and give up on any more local flavor than that.

    But in Houston — well, a person can seriously eat high on the hog in Houston. Barbeque, yes – Goode Co. is a good place, but there are many. But don’t overlook the steaks, cajun, seafood, and Mexican food while you are there.

    Pappas Brothers Steakhouse is a very nice place. Simposio is an excellent Italian restaurant. Of course, Brennans is back open, I understand. AH, Houston. People give her a hard time, but apparently those people were all on a diet while they were there. ;)