Brent’s Café promises a great dining experience for everyone by offering delicious meals, while catering to any dietary restrictions. Most of the items on the menu can be made gluten-free, dairy-free, lower, or with no added sodium. And to further add to their healthier practices, Brent’s Café uses 100% trans-fat free frying oil, and the water used in their beverage is purified through a reverse osmosis system. Their menu boasts of a wide assortment of items, from starters and sides, burgers and sandwiches, and entrees that will surely entice someone’s appetite! And best of all, most of Brent's ingredients are locally sourced produce and livestock, truly making this restaurant, “The Community’s Table!”
Big Jim's Pizza Co. offers a wide variety of pizza toppings and sizes, as well as sandwiches, salads, and appetizers. Their pizzas are made with fresh ingredients and cooked in a traditional brick oven. Diners at this BIPOC-owned food establishment can expect delicious crusts, mouth-watering toppings and, of course, premium pies.
The Drunken Oyster, which is located in Amarillo, Texas, specializes in Cajun-style cooking. It features the first Absinthe bar in Amarillo. You know what they say about drinking, right? Make sure you don't have an empty stomach. So before perusing the Absinthe bar's wide selection of liquors, sit down and have some delicious food inspired by Cajun cuisine. Do you like seafood? Try the leek potato soup with seared scallops with littleneck clams. How about combining seafood and pasta? They make the best crawfish pasta that you'll surely order again the next time you are here. If chicken is more your thing, order the Cajun Chicken Fry.
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