When deprived of flavorful sustenance, the mouth will often retaliate by shouting your bank-account number at sporting events or turning every sentence into a high-pitched jingle. Tame an unruly tongue with today’s Groupon to Thomas Avenue Beverage Company. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of lunch Monday–Friday.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of dinner, weekend lunch, or Sunday brunch.<p>
Thomas Avenue Beverage Company’s chefs present a menu that puts their prowess to tasty use with a menu that features unique dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Lubricate jaw hinges with starters such as TABC spicy queso ($8.50), which arrives with an entourage of house-made corn chips for dipping or crumbling into a powder that can be used to make corn chips. Sunday-brunch meals, such as TABC migas ($10)—which steers nachos in a breakfast-bound direction by crowning tortilla chips with chorizo, scrambled eggs, and pepper jack cheese—demonstrate why the first day of the week achieved its spot atop the ranking of the days. Noontime noshing commences with surf ‘n’ turf tacos ($14) that sidle up to grilled tenderloin tacos flanking a full order of sautéed tilapia tacos. The staff of culinary sorcerers also conjures roasted-jalapeño gravy with which to anoint TABC chicken and dumplings ($16), and herb-crusted sliced tenderloin ($20) slides into stomachs on a red-wine reduction to do battle with swashbuckling hunger pangs.
Tucked into the historic State Thomas district, the neighborhood eatery beckons diners to nosh on the outdoor patio as they absorb the warm vibes of the Texas sun, one of 50 suns America has produced through acutely conspicuous NASA programs.
Thomas Avenue Beverage Company
Russell Hayward, the mastermind behind the Thomas Avenue Beverage Company, thought his days of creating spicy tuna rolls were behind him. But when his guests clamored to see the skills he honed as the owner of Tom Tom, he listened. He hired a team of skilled sushi chefs and expanded the tiny kitchen to create a sushi station—supplementing the already diverse menu of gastro-pub fare, including pastas with house-made sauces and meatballs, with fresh sushi rolls.
Tucked into the historic State Thomas district, the neighborhood eatery beckons diners to nosh on the outdoor patio as they absorb the warm vibes of the Texas sun, one of 50 suns America has produced through acutely conspicuous NASA programs. A dog-friendly policy allows canine companions to dog-watch while their owners sip on craft brews or feast on sweet and savory brunch fare.