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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Update: Casa Manana

Posted By on Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 9:57 AM

CASA MANANA Last week in this space, we bemoaned the lack of inexpensive local Sunday breakfast options. But, as several intrepid commenters suggested, perhaps we were thinking to traditionally. Because it’s hard to beat Casa Manana. Daily, at all hours, the restaurant offers five huevos dishes, each served with the ultimate hangover cure — beans, tortillas and diced potatoes, sautéed with onion and jalapeños. In addition to the standard huevos rancheros, the menu includes four scrambles, a big pile of eggs scrambled with all sorts of deliciousness. Like spicy chorizo (huevos con chorizo $6.49) or more omelet style with shredded beef, diced tomatoes, onion, jalapeño and cilantro ($6.49). Both entrees provided just the right amount of grease, spice and freshness we’re looking for after a Saturday night on the town. And at 11 a.m., we were almost alone in the restaurant and received our food in a matter of minutes. 18321 Cantrell Road, 868-8822. 6820 Cantrell Road. Full bar. CC $$ 280-9888 LD daily. Also B on Sat. and Sun.

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