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As long as there was a Pig Stand, we were there. After I got married inmy husband and I continued to go there. Inwhat was left of The Pig Stand on Calder was demolished to make way for a convenience store and gas station.

After our high school dances, The Pig Stand was the place to go. The Pig Stand will forever remain a legend to those Baby Boomers' and their parents and another story for generations to come.

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Although buyers were sought, repairing and remodeling the building was cost-prohibitive. So, they escorted us upstairs to a table to be served.

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Fine linens, five-course meals and a nationally recognized wine cellar kept lawyers and other professionals sated in the early s, but ultimately the market couldn't sustain such an establishment. Frozen yogurt in Southeast Texas was never the same. We should go there sometime,' is a business that goes to show that being the best of something, while having its own virtues, ultimately isn't enough to get by," Beaumonter Joseph Guyote said. Every trip to this spectacular seafood getaway was to be remembered. Behind the scenes, almost every single member of the family had a role to play in the kitchen.

In the late s, if you lived in Southeast Texas and enjoyed authentic Italian food, chances are high that you frequented Patrizi's Other Place. My friends and I would eat breakfast while talk about our evening and all the wonderful moments we had. Inlocal owners shut down the Phelan location.

In the s, when you craved teppanyaki surf-and-turf grilled in front of your very eyes, Koto of Japan was the place to be.

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Do you have a memory or photograph from your favorite restaurant that you'd like to share? Patrizi's, which served homemade Italian food for 50 years, is just one example of a restaurant from Beaumont's past that fondly and firmly resides in locals' memories. It was a sad day when it closed and it really broke my heart.

InPacesetter owner Henry J. Hebert closed up shop and sold the building to Beaumont business owner Frankie Randazzo. For a taste of nostalgia, let's take a look back at some other, once-revered hangouts that set the table for future businesses:. Home to many engagement dinners and wedding receptions, Patrizi's was a place where memories where made.

Located in the heart of Old Town, Bryan's was the premier fine-dining restaurant for Beaumont's elite. I spent many Friday nights going back and forth trying to convince my parents which new release to rent and which topping to add to my white chocolate mousse.

For a taste of nostalgia, let's take a look back at some other, once-revered hangouts that set the table for future businesses: Patrons dine at Tokyo Japanese Grill, located on Interstate Koto of Japan. InBeaumont business owners Scott and Kayla Fischer purchased the old Crazy Jose's location with plans to turn it into their second concept restaurant, Green Light Americana.

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Inyou can still see the shell of the Piccadilly Cafeteria in Parkdale Mall. I truly loved it. An eyesore for the past 20 years, The Pig Stand in Beaumont was once a doo-wop pit stop for milkshakes, chicken fried steak sandwiches, whole pig sandwiches and big juicy burgers.

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Very romantic. For 50 years, the Patrizi family was in charge of entertaining well-to-do Beaumont crowds in an upscale environment using age-old family recipes. In the '90s, this locally owned dessert shop was a gracious neighbor to The Video Center.

After Bryan Lee, owner of Bryan'sclosed his namesake restaurant inother businesses tried to reopen in its place — first The Fig Pig, and currently, Republic Chicken.

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Whenever someone mentions The Pig Stand in passing these days, nostalgic locals will be the first ones to tell you vivid tales about the restaurant once home to the original Texas Toast. Do you think we left out a location? This tri-level embodiment of elegance served everything from meatballs to well-seasoned cuts of beef. Beaumont welcomed its first Piccadilly during Octobera few years after the casual eatery was founded.

Once the doors closed forever on this famous cafeteria, Beaumont buffet fans continued to flock to Luby's Cafeteria and Golden Corral for feasting on a budget. Even after we had kids we still went. Located in the back corner of the Colonnade, you never knew who you might see at this old school drinking hole.

SE Texas shelves seeing new beer. When the doors finally closed, hip Southeast Texans were left searching for a place to satisfy their cravings for sushi and hibachi.

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Every flavor I tried was velvety, smooth and had wonderful flavor," Beaumonter Morgan Carter said. Fill out the survey at thecat5.

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They might forget the exact taste of their favorite dish. Lumberton still has a Crazy Jose's location, but it can't conjure the memories of the Colonnade place. But they will never forget how that place made them feel. After a serious remodel of the building in combination with the downfall of Crockett Street, Bar Local helped bring West End nightlife back to life.

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In the late '90s and early s, Crazy Jose's in the Colonnade was the place to be for adolescent youths and adults who enjoyed patio parties with live music. We had the area all to ourselves and great service! When Y2K came around, TCBY's last owners, the Shah family, revamped and remodeled this yogurt shop by adding an ice cream bar and kids section.

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People may forget the decor of a once-favorite, now-closed restaurant. It was great. With endless options of classic Americana, including baked chicken, liver and onions, buttered rolls and sweet iced tea, it's no wonder Texans still speak highly of their beloved Piccadilly. A couple of years before her death she mentioned to me that our lunches were something she looked forward to, as she never had children.

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The renovations lasted for a while. Top Headlines. Located on the corner of some prime Phelan Boulevard real estate, this cheap and casual Tex-Mex eatery was known for vintage s plastered all over the walls. Because of the age of some of its customers, younger generations sometimes referred to it as "The Pacemaker," but that didn't stop the drinks from flowing endlessly on Friday and Saturday nights.

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Located in downtown Beaumont, the buffet-style eatery was the main spot for families of all ages craving a high-quality, homestyle comfort meal at bargain prices. Long before color TV, there was a well-known family style restaurant chain called Piccadilly Cafeteria. I had so many good times and made wonderful memories that I will carry with me always. It wasn't until the s that the Calder location was built. Photo date unknown.