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Howdy!  Welcome  to  Aggieland!  

“There’s  a  Spirit  can  ne’er  be  told…”  

Opened  in  1876  as  the  first  public  institution  of  higher  education  in  Texas,  Texas  A&M  is  now  one  of  the  top   research  universities  in  the  nation.  There  are  countless  ways  to  explore  the  university's  rich  traditions  and  culture,   whether  it's  watching  the  12th  Man  in  action  at  Kyle  Field  on  game  day,  taking  a  stroll  down  Military  Walk,  or   attending  a  Midnight  Yell  Practice.  Experience  Aggieland!  

For  more  information  on  Aggie  Traditions  visit:  http://aggietraditions.tamu.edu/  

Texas  A&M  Traditions,  Landmarks  and  On-­‐campus  Attractions  

Texas  A&M  Traditions  

Bonfire  Memorial    

Location:  TAMU  Campus,  Polo  Fields  

The  Bonfire  Memorial  celebrates  the  tradition  and  history  of  Texas  A&M,  and  is  dedicated  to  the  12  Aggies  who  lost  their  lives   in  the  tragic  collapse  of  the  1999  Bonfire.  The  campus  bonfire  tradition  originally  started  in  1909  as  a  symbol  to  every  Aggie's   "burning  desire"  to  beat  the  University  of  Texas  in  football.    Visit  the  bonfire  memorial  on  your  own  or  to  book  a  tour  contact   memorialtours@msc.tamu.edu.      

 

The  Century  Tree  

Location:  TAMU  Campus,  Academic  Building  

The  Century  Tree,  located  in  the  heart  of  campus  near  the  Academic  Building,  holds  a  special  place  in  the  heart  of  many  Aggies.   Well  over  100  years  old,  the  tree  was  one  of  the  first  trees  planted  on  Texas  A&M's  campus.  The  tree  has  been  the  site  of   numerous  marriage  proposals,  weddings  and  tourist  snapshots  because  of  its  immense  size  and  its  unique  drooping  branches,   many  of  which  rest  on  the  ground.  Tradition  says  that  if  a  couple  walks  together  under  the  branches  of  the  Century  Tree,  they   will  eventually  marry.  If  the  proposal  takes  place  under  the  Century  Tree,  the  marriage  is  supposed  to  last  forever,  but  be   warned,  walking  under  it  alone  will  leave  you  forever  single.  Visit  the  century  tree  outside  the  Academic  Building.    

Corps  of  Cadets  

Location:  TAMU  Campus,  Corps  Arches  &  Corps  of  Cadets  Center  

When  Texas  A&M  was  established  in  1876,  its  students  were  all  members  of  the  Corps  of  Cadets.

 

The  men  and  women  of  the   Corps  form  the  largest  uniformed  student  body  in  the  U.S.  and  commissions  more  officers  into  the  military  than  any  institution,   outside  of  the  national  service  academies.  Symbolizing  the  spirit  of  the  12th  Man,  the  Corps  Arches  serve  as  the  entry  point  to   the  Corps  of  Cadets  Quadrangle  or  "quad."  The  quad  is  the  home  of  the  Corps  with  residence  halls  housing  every  cadet  and   Duncan  Dining  Hall  feeding  the  Corps.  Visit  the  Corps  Arches  or  the  Sam  Houston  Sanders  Corps  of  Cadets  Center.    

Aggie  Ring    

Location:  TAMU  Campus,  Association  of  Former  Students  Alumni  Center  

One  of  the  greatest  moments  in  the  life  of  any  Aggie  is  the  day  they  receive  their  Aggie  Ring  —  the  distinctive  ring  serves  as  the   symbolic  link  to  the  Aggie  network  of  former  students.  The  Aggie  Ring  is  a  unique  representation  of  achievement  by  an  Aggie.   Aggies  take  pride  in  earning  their  little  piece  of  gold  from  the  greatest  University  in  the  world.  Visit  the  12-­‐foot  high  bronze  

replica  of  the  Aggie  Ring  outside  the  Clayton  W.  Williams,  Jr.  Alumni  Center.    

 

Aggie  Sports  &  Midnight  Yell      

Location:  TAMU  Campus,  Kyle  Field  and  Sports  Museum    

Midnight  Yell  was  officially  started  in  1931.  Today,  it  is  held  at  midnight,  the  night  before  a  home  football  game  in  Kyle  Field.   The  yell  leaders  lead  the  crowd  in  old  army  yells,  the  singing  of  the  fight  song,  and  tell  fables  of  how  the  Aggies  are  going  to   beat  the  ever  livin'  hell  out  of  our  opponent.  Lastly,  the  lights  go  out,  and  Aggies  kiss  their  dates.  If  they  don't  have  a  date,  all   they  have  to  do  is  hold  up  a  lighter.  As  the  story  goes,  the  flames  make  it  easier  for  two  dateless  people  to  find  each  other,  and   maybe  they  won't  be  dateless  anymore!  Visit  Kyle  Field  or  the  Texas  A&M  Sports  Museum  (located  in  the  Zone  at  Kyle  Field).  

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To  see  even  more  traditions  and  historical  landmarks  on  the  Texas  A&M  campus  try  the  Self-­‐

Guided  Walking  Tour:  

http://campustours.tamu.edu/downloads/walkingTour.pdf  

 

 

Additional  On-­‐Campus  Attractions  

George  Bush  Library     1000  George  Bush  Drive  East     T:  979-­‐691-­‐4000  

The  George  Bush  Presidential  Library  and  Museum  at  Texas  A&M  University  is  dedicated  to  preserving  and  making  available  the   records  and  artifacts  of  George  H.W.  Bush,  41st  President  of  the  United  States.  We  promote  civic  literacy  and  increased   historical  understanding  of  our  national  experience,  and  foster  a  community  of  public  service  and  volunteerism.  

http://bush41.org/    

Cushing  Memorial  Library  &  Archives  

Evans  Library   T:  979-­‐845-­‐1951  

These  collections  comprise  over  22,000  linear  feet  of  manuscript  and  archival  material,  approximately  200,000  printed  volumes,   over  250,000  photographs,  hundreds  of  original  works  of  art  ranging  from  oil  paintings  to  pastels  to  sculpture,  and  many   individual  artifacts.  The  collections  include  a  wide  range  of  works  on  paper,  film,  tape,  CD,  and  other  media  and  cover  topics   such  as  military  history,  science  fiction,  western  Americana,  Hispanic  studies,  and  more.  http://cushing.library.tamu.edu/    

 

Forsyth  and  J.  Wayne  Stark  Galleries     1120  Memorial  Student  Center     T:  979-­‐845-­‐6081  

The  Forsyth  Galleries  collect,  exhibit,  interpret  and  preserve  19th  and  20th  century  decorative  arts  and  American  paintings.  By   providing  creative  educational  and  enrichment  opportunities  to  the  campus  and  diverse  audiences,  the  Forsyth  advances  the   mission  of  Texas  A&M  University.  The  permanent  collection  of  the  J.  Wayne  Stark  Galleries  focuses  on  American  paintings,   prints,  drawings  and  photographs  of  the  19th  and  20th  centuries.    Some  artists  represented  include  Julian  Onderdonk,  H.O.   "Cowboy"  Kelly,  and  Dorothy  Hood.    http://uart.tamu.edu/  

 

For  additional  traditions,  landmarks,  and  on-­‐campus  attractions  visit:  http://visit.tamu.edu/attractions/index.html  

 

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Other  Local  Area  Attractions  

Hullabaloo  Diner  

15045  F.M.  2154  Rd   College  Station,  TX  77845   T:  979-­‐690-­‐3002  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  7.5  Miles)

 

Hullabaloo  Diner  is  one  of  the  few  registered,  authentic  diners  in  the  state  of  Texas.

 

Hullabaloo  Diner  is  nationally  recognized  by   the  Food  Network's  popular  series  Diners  Drive-­‐Ins  &  Dives.    

The  Dixie  Chicken  

307  University  Drive  (Northgate  District)   College  Station,  TX  77840  

T:  979-­‐846-­‐2322  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.9  miles)  

Thirsty  beer  drinkers  regularly  flock  to  the  Chicken  to  play  bones,  shoot  pool,  listen  to  their  favorite  Texas  music,  and  be  with   good  friends,  and  of  course  to  drink  ice-­‐cold  beer!  Chicken  food  is  also  second  to  none!  A  trip  to  College  Station  would  not  be   complete  without  a  beer  and  burger  or  game  of  42  (dominos)  at  the  legendary  Dixie  Chicken!  http://www.dixiechicken.com/       Sweet  Eugene’s  House  of  Java  

1702  George  Bush  Dr  E   College  Station,  TX  77840   T:  (979)  696-­‐5282  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1.8  Miles)  

Sweet  Eugene’s  is  College  Station’s  first  coffeehouse.  Visit  this  eclectic  coffeehouse  and  bakery  and  enjoy  free  Wi-­‐Fi.  Treat   yourself  to  a  delicious  coffee  or  specialty  drink  while  enjoying  a  pastry,  donut,  savory  crepe,  or  panini  sandwich!  

http://sweeteugenes.net/    

 

The  Benjamin  Knox  Art  Gallery  &  Wine  Depot    

405  University  Drive  East   College  Station,  TX  77840     T:  979-­‐696-­‐5669  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.4  Miles)    

The  surprisingly  large  gallery  facility  is  the  National  Art  Gallery  Headquarters  of  Benjamin  Knox,  American  Artist  and  Texas  Aggie   Class  of  ’90.  The  glassed  in  porch  of  the  Depot  and  spacious  adjoining  decks  with  exterior  seating  houses  the  Wine  Depot  Bar.   The  wine  menu  boasts  over  100  different  types  of  wines  and  beer.  http://www.benjaminknox.com/    

Brazos  Valley  Museum  of  Natural  History    

3232  Briarcrest  Drive   Bryan,  TX  77802     T:  979-­‐776-­‐2195  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  5  Miles)    

The  focus  of  the  museum  is  science  and  natural  and  cultural  history.  Galleries  include:  fossil  exhibits,  sculptures,  antique   farming  and  survey  equipment,  a  discovery  room  with  more  than  fifteen  varieties  of  live  animals,  dozens  of  taxidermy  mounts,   educational  resources  and  several  rotating  exhibits.  http://brazosvalleymuseum.org/    

Downtown  Uncorked  Wine  Bar  

206  West  26th  Street   Bryan,  TX  77803  

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979-­‐823-­‐4837  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  4  Miles)  

Downtown  Uncorked  Wine  Bar  has  beautiful  wooden  floors  and  tall  ceilings  that  give  the  bar  a  classic  early  20th  century  feel.   The  mixture  of  antique  and  modern  furniture,  fixtures,  and  art  give  it  an  artsy  and  hip,  if  somewhat  eclectic  ambience.  The   selection  of  wine  and  beer  is  both  abundant  and  unique.  Come  in  and  listen  to  some  live  music  while  enjoying  a  great  glass  of   wine,  and  don’t  forget  to  try  some  great  food  selections,  like  the  triple  chocolate  truffle  cheese  cake!  

Historic  Downtown  Bryan  

216  West  26th  Street   Bryan,  TX  77803  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  5  Miles)    

Downtown  Bryan  is  the  intersection  of  local  art  and  life.  Home  to  numerous  restaurants,  boutiques,  concert  and  event  venues,   and  art  galleries,  Downtown  Bryan  is  the  perfect  place  to  spend  a  night  out,  a  weekend  away,  or  even  settle  down.  

http://downtownbryan.com/    

Lake  Bryan  &  Lakeside  Icehouse  Restaurant    

8200  Sandy  Point  Rd   Bryan,  TX  77807   T:  979-­‐361-­‐0861  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  10  Miles)  

The  Icehouse  is  the  Brazos  Valley's  premier  destination  for  delicious  food,  beautiful  scenery,  ice  cold  beer,  and  great  live  music   right  on  the  lake!  In  addition  to  the  bar  and  grill,  the  Lake  Bryan  Park  offers  a  1,000  acre  recreational  lake,  mountain  bike  trails,   tent  and  RV  camping.  http://www.lakebryan.com/  

Messina  Hof  Winery  &  Resort  

4545  Old  Reliance  Rd   Bryan,  TX  77808   T:  979-­‐778-­‐9463  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  8.5  Miles)  

Messina  Hof  is  a  family  owned  business  based  on  the  three  cornerstones  of  family,  tradition,  and,  romance;  and  is  dedicated  to   produce  a  gold  medal  winning  wine  in  every  varietal  and  to  maximize  opportunities  developed  from  the  wines  in  a  tourism   destination  focused  on  the  best  in  hospitality,  food,  and  customer  service.  http://www.messinahof.com/  

New  Republic  Brewing  

11405  N  Dowling  Rd   College  Station,  TX  77845   T:  713-­‐849-­‐4667  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  3  Miles)  

Aggieland’s  oldest  microbrewery!  Want  it  straight  from  the  source?  Come  by  the  taproom  and  we'll  show  you  around  over  a   couple  pints.  This  is  also  the  place  where  we  beta  test  our  new  recipes;  keep  a  sharp  eye  on  the  event  calendar  and  you  might   be  able  to  get  a  taste  before  we  drink  them  all  ourselves.  Nearly  every  weekend  we  have  live  local  music  and  a  food  truck.  Well   behaved  children,  pets,  and  significant  others  are  always  welcome.  http://www.newrepublicbrewing.com/    

 

Northgate  Walking  District  

310  Church  Ave  

College  Station,  TX  77840  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.5  Miles)  

Northgate  is  known  for  its  live  music  scene  and  eclectic  mix  of  restaurants.    Whether  you  want  to  dance  the  night  away  or  try   some  great  local  cuisine,  in  Northgate  there  is  something  for  everyone,  come  visit  Northgate  and  experience  College  Station!    

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Attractions  Outside  Bryan/College  Station  Area  

Texas  Bluebonnet  Wine  Trail   211  Liberty  St  

Montgomery,  TX  77356  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  49  Miles)

 

Located  between  I-­‐45  and  U.S.  Highway  290,  the  Texas  Bluebonnet  Wine  Trail  offers  visitors  spectacular  views  and  award-­‐ winning  wines  in  Southeast  Texas.  Our  SEVEN  member  wineries  include,  Bernhardt  Winery,  Plantersville,  Texas,Cork  This!   Winery,  Montgomery,  Texas,  Messina  Hof  Winery,  Bryan,  Texas,  Peach  Creek  Vineyards  ,  College  Station,  Texas,  Pleasant  Hill   Winery,  Brenham,  Texas,  Saddlehorn  Winery,  Burton,  Texas  and  Windy  Winery,  Brenham,  Texas.  All  of  the  member  wineries   are  located  in  close  proximity  to  the  greater  Houston  area.  Throughout  the  year,  the  member  wineries  on  the  Texas  Bluebonnet   Wine  Trail  each  offer  unique  wine  experiences  including  wine  tastings,  grape  crushing  and  stomp,  mystery  dinners,  music   concerts,  wine  paired  dinners,  vineyard  tours,  a  variety  of  wine-­‐related  gifts  and  much,  much  more.  In  addition,  the  member   wineries  along  the  Texas  Bluebonnet  Wine  Trail  work  together  to  produce  FIVE  very  different,  seasonal  wine  trail  events  each   year.  http://www.texasbluebonnetwinetrail.com/  

Royalty  Pecan  Farms  

10600  State  Hwy  21  E   Caldwell,  TX  77863   T:  800-­‐694-­‐8362  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  18  Miles)  

Royalty  Pecan  Farms®  is  a  family  owned  and  operated  working  pecan  farm  that  also  features  a  gift  shop,  event  venue,  and   tourist  attraction.  We  use  sustainable  farming  practices  to  grow,  nurture,  and  harvest  quality  pecans.  Our  gift  shop  is  located  on   Texas  Highway  21  between  Bryan/College  Station  and  Caldwell,  one  mile  west  of  the  Brazos  River.  Our  public  attractions   include  orchard  tours  and  various  free  and  ticketed  events  throughout  the  year,  including  dinners,  concerts,  artist  demos,  and   more.  Don’t  miss  our  Annual  Pecan  Harvest  Festival  every  November.  Our  gift  shop  sits  on  a  bluff  overlooking  500  acres  of  lush   pecan  trees,  with  a  covered  veranda  and  plenty  of  space  for  kids  (and  adults)  to  play.  Bring  friends  and  family  for  a  day  of   shopping,  sampling,  wine  tasting,  and  more!  http://www.royaltypecans.com/  

Washington-­‐On-­‐The  Brazos:  The  Birthplace  of  Texas  

23400  Park  Road   Washington,  TX  77880   T:  936-­‐878-­‐2214  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  30  Miles)    

The  picturesque  Washington-­‐on-­‐the-­‐Brazos  State  Historic  Site  is  located  on  the  Brazos  River.  The  expansive  park  grounds  along   the  Brazos  River  provide  a  beautiful  setting  for  picnicking,  sightseeing  and  bird-­‐watching.  The  Star  of  the  Republic  Museum,   Independence  Hall  and  Barrington  Living  History  Farm,  offer  the  visitor  a  unique  insight  into  the  lives  and  times  of  the  men  who   fought  and  won  Texas'  independence  from  Mexico.  Barrington  Living  History  Farm  was  the  home  of  Anson  Jones,  last  president   of  the  Republic  of  Texas.  Handcrafted  reproduction  log  buildings  and  cropland  demonstrate  the  working  of  a  Brazos  Valley   farm,  circa  1850.  Interpreters  in  period  costume  work  the  farm  as  it  was  done  long  ago.  The  Visitor  Center  Complex  is  a  great   place  to  meet  staff  and  receive  orientation  to  the  park  and  our  different  sites.  The  Visitor  Center  houses  interactive  exhibits,   park  headquarters,  and  the  Washington  Emporium  Gift  Shop.

 

http://www.birthplaceoftexas.com/  

 Antique  Rose  Emporium  

10,000  HWY  50,  Independence,  TX  77833   T:  979-­‐836-­‐5548  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  28  Miles)  

Visit  a  beautiful  rose  display  garden  and  nursery.  This  eight-­‐acre  retail  garden  features  antique  roses,  native  plants,  perennials,   herbs,  wildflowers,  and  other  unique  and  beautiful  plants.    The  Antique  Rose  Emporium  is  a  great  place  to  visit  and  wander  

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about  the  gardens  and  buildings  any  time  of  the  year.  Walking  around  this  beautiful  outdoor  paradise,  you  can  only  be  in  a   great  mood!  https://www.antiqueroseemporium.com/  

 

For  more  information  and  additional  area  attractions  visit:  http://www.visitaggieland.com/    

 

Texas  BBQ!

 

Bubby’s  BBQ  Buffet  Restaurant    

506  Sulphur  Springs  Rd   Bryan,  TX  77801    

Phone  number  (979)  779-­‐6417   Price  Range  $11  -­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  2  miles)  

  C&J  Barbeque   105  Southwest  Pkwy   College  Station,  TX  77840   Phone  number  (979)  696-­‐7900   Price  Range  $11  -­‐  $30    

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1  mile)  

 

Fargo’s  Pit  BBQ*  

720  N  Texas  Ave   Bryan,  TX  77803    

Phone  number  (979)  778-­‐3662   Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  5  miles)   *Featured  in  Texas  Monthly!  

http://www.texasmonthly.com/lists/fargos-­‐pit-­‐bbq  

 

J.  Cody’s  Steak  and  Barbeque  

3610  S  College  Ave   Bryan,  TX  77801    

Phone  number  (979)  846-­‐2639   Price  Range  $11  -­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1.4  miles)  

Mickey’s  Sliders  

700  University  Dr.  E   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  846-­‐4488   Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.9  miles)  

 

Rudy’s  County  Store  and  Bar-­‐B-­‐Q  

504  Harvey  Rd  

College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  696-­‐7383   Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  2.1  miles)      

Martin’s  Place  

3403  S  College  Ave   Bryan,  TX  77801  

Phone  number  (979)  822-­‐2031   Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  2.0  miles)  

 

Texas  Roadhouse  

1601  University  Drive  E   College  Station,  TX  77840   Phone  number  (979)  268-­‐0558   Price  Range  $11  -­‐  $30    

(Proximity  from  Campus:  2.0  miles)    

       

 

 

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Recommended  Area  Restaurants  

Restaurants  –Italian    

Luigi’s  Patio  Ristorante   3975  SH-­‐6  S  

College  Station,  TX  77845     Phone  number  (979)  314-­‐4126   Price  Range  $11  -­‐  $30   Live  Music  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  5.0  miles)    

    Johnny  Carino’s   620  Harvey  Rd   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  764-­‐7374   Price  Range  $11  -­‐  $30   Gluten-­‐Free  Menu  Available   (Proximity  from  Campus:  1.9  miles)      

Olive  Garden  Italian  Restaurant     510  Earl  Rudder  Fwy  S  

College  Station,  TX  77845    

Phone  number  (979)  846-­‐4637   Price  Range  $11  -­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  3.8  miles)       Restaurants  –Mexican     Abuelo’s   840  University  Drive   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  260-­‐3400   Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1.1  miles)       Chimy’s  Cerveceria   203  University  Dr.     (Northgate  District)   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  703-­‐6106   Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.9  miles)    

Chuy’s    

1512  Harvey  Road   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  329-­‐6022     Price  Range  under  $11  -­‐  $30   (Proximity  from  Campus:  3  miles)  

 Fuego  Tortilla  Grill  

108  Poplar  St  

College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  703-­‐1804     Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.7  miles)      

Torchy’s  Taco   1037  Texas  Ave  South   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  329-­‐6900  

Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.7  miles)  

 

Restaurants  –Asian    

Atami  Steak  &  Sushi  

800  University  Dr.  E   College  Station,  TX  77840   Phone  number  (979)268-­‐8883   (Proximity  from  Campus:  1.1  miles)     Genghis  Grill   700  University  Dr.  E   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  822-­‐3663   Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.9  miles)      

VY’s  Kitchen    

102  Live  Oak  St  

College  Station,  TX  77840   Phone  number  (979)  485-­‐9817   Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.3  miles)      

Restaurants  –American     Blackwater  Draw  Brewing  Co.  

303  Boyett  St  (Northgate  District)  

College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  703-­‐6170  

Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  0.7  miles)  

        Blue  Baker   201  Dominik  Drive   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  696-­‐5055     Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1.7  miles)  

 

BJ’s  Restaurant  &  Brewhouse  

1520  Harvey  Rd  

College  Station,  TX  77598     Phone  number  (979)  696-­‐5700     Price  Range  under  $11  -­‐$30   (Proximity  from  Campus:  3.1  miles)      

Cheddar’s  Casual  Cafe   1701  University  Dr.  E   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  260-­‐1701  

Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  2.8  miles)    

The  Corner  Bar  &  Rooftop  Grill   401  University  Dr.    

(Northgate  District)  

College  Station,  TX  77840  

Phone  number  (979)  268-­‐1406  

Price  Range  under  $10  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  .8  miles)    

Fish  Daddy’s  Grill  House  

1611  University  Dr.  E  

College  Station,  TX  77840    

Phone  number  (979)  260-­‐1611  

Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  2.4  miles)  

 

Grub  Burger  Bar   980  University  Dr.  E  

College  Station,  TX  77840  

Phone  number  (979)  268-­‐1041  

Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1.3  miles)    

       

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Panera  Bread   1407  University  Dr.  E  

College  Station,  TX  77840    

Phone  number  (979)  268-­‐1013  

Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  2.1  miles)       Red  Lobster   1200  University  Dr.  E   College  Station,  TX  77840     Phone  number  (979)  260-­‐3709   Price  Range  $11-­‐  $30  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1.9  miles)      

Veritas  Wine  &  Bistro   830  Unviersity  Dr.  E   College  Station,  TX  77840   Phone  number  (979)  268-­‐3251   Price  Range  $25  -­‐  $50  

(Proximity  from  Campus:  1.1  miles)  

 

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