college station: small but sweet

The small city of College Station is home to a smaller girl called Annie. Growing up in the small Texan city was surely an uneventful upbringing. But it was a calm, quiet and fun childhood for her, and while the food options were a bit limited, they were a good introduction to the world around her.

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college station: the tipsy bean

Near where I live down over in south CSTAT, a new coffee shop opened about a year or two ago called “The Tipsy Bean — Wine and Coffee Bar.” As the name suggests, they serve a variety of coffee, red wine, white wine, rose, cheese boards, craft beers and pastries.

college station: yangtuo club

Back in Ames, I mentioned that a lot of the Chinese restaurants were so good because they were authentic, but it turns out I’ve found my new favorite Chinese restaurant here in College Station!

college station: razzoo’s cajun cafe

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe was started in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in 1991, and has since expanded all over Texas, including to College Station! I don’t recall it seeing it before leaving for Austin last fall (or maybe it was already there…), so this summer was the first time that my parents and I went together (they’d gone a few times earlier this year).

college station: first watch

As many of y’all know, I’m from College Station, Texas, a small college town located between the three big cities of Houston, Austin and Dallas. As many of y’all also know, I like to call out CSTAT for being one of the more boring towns, with nothing to do. BUT, CSTAT actually isn’t that bad, and has quite a decent amount of places with good food, so it’s time for a change.

college station: master yakiniku korean bbq

I would definitely count Master Yakiniku as one of the better Asian restaurants in the B/CS area, so if you’re ever craving some Korean or Japanese food, head over to Bryan to check out Master Yakiniku.

college station: fusion peru

Fusion Peru, as the name suggests, combines both traditional Peruvian flavors with a dash of American, and it does an incredible job!