Cattle Drive Steakhouse Open

Cattle Drive Steakhouse Open

There are 151 comments on the In Paris Texas story from Apr 28, 2012, titled Cattle Drive Steakhouse Open. In it, In Paris Texas reports that:

The Cattle Drive Steakhouse is here! The entire downtown Paris area was filled with the heavenly aroma of charbroiled beef as every seat in the house was filled with curious steak lovers.

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“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#47 May 1, 2012
Nation of Imbeciles wrote:
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The only on that appears 'happy' is the floor manager who is standing with a giddy grin on his face knowing that the end of each person's meal ends nicely with a swift cha-ching.
He and his wife own the place.
Was there

Melissa, TX

#48 May 1, 2012
Left wrote:
Left after waiting nearly two hours and no food. Tea was good though
Saw two group leave that night
Donald

Paris, TX

#49 May 1, 2012
I went friday night and had a great meal and had fun watching Stacy Musgrove and having drinks i could afford. Byob is good on working people.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#51 May 1, 2012
Boo wrote:
...I was also told that it took over an hour before the salads were even brought to the table.
The withering process takes about an hour....
Boo wrote:
...This was only after the owner asked how their meal was.
As in, "Meal? What meal?"
Just my opinion

United States

#52 May 1, 2012
Nation of Imbeciles wrote:
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"And the best part, they always comp all our dinners?" What do you use, the Texas Food Stamp card?
Absolutely , I think your screen name says it all. LOL
Just my opinion

United States

#53 May 1, 2012
Nation of Imbeciles wrote:
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No, you added more unbelievable crap by saying that you're meals were always comped which means the steakhouse will go bust serving nickel and dime cheapskates like yourself.
Or, did you just lie about being comped, as you reflected on a previous Coushata Casino bus trip, and decided to help yourself to a quick pick me up by saying that you were always comped?
A really weak strategy on your part. Even if I don't like a meal, I make sure I pay for it so that I remember to never go back again.
WTF ?

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#55 May 1, 2012
I went there for a salad and left missing a kidney.
a sawer

Paris, TX

#56 May 1, 2012
Was there wrote:
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Saw two group leave that night
did you 'saw' them!(LOL)
Cletus

Paris, TX

#57 May 1, 2012
Nation of Imbeciles wrote:
This place will just end up being another run of the mill choke n puke.
"choke & puke"!!!

..say good buddy!, your about 30 years late!
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#59 May 2, 2012
wow wrote:
You people need to give this place a chance to get the kinks worked out.
Why should we? Are you suggesting that we pay NBA prices for Junior Varsity quality?
Just my opinion

United States

#60 May 2, 2012
Nation of Imbeciles wrote:
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Why should we? Are you suggesting that we pay NBA prices for Junior Varsity quality?
WHY NOT ? We let you get your Section 8 & Lone Star food stamps & medicaid every month. Hey, I'll bet you live in the BTW or GWH, then you only pay $25 a month, right ? LMAO
Give this place at least awhile to get settled.
yep

Dallas, TX

#61 May 2, 2012
a sawer wrote:
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did you 'saw' them!(LOL)
yep, was there and did see two tables leave due to no food after waiting. Yes there was a band and and that area got the most attention it seemed.
Wilson

Haslet, TX

#62 May 2, 2012
gottum wrote:
We ate there Friday night while Stacy musgrove's band played. Had a wonderful evening. Enjoyed the wine we took, the music and the company of several friends. Yes, the food took awhile, but we had a good time talking while we waited. It did look like they were extremely busy and I'm sure that changing the entire menu and theme 24 hours before the grand opening was "stressful"... The food was really good, the prices were good (a lot better than Bois D Arc)- we will return. Thanks Cattledrive!
Now you can't possibly be trying to compare this Cattleguard Cafe to the Bois D Arc can you?? You're comparing white trash to white tablecloth.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#64 May 2, 2012
Just my opinion wrote:
<quoted text>WHY NOT ? We let you get your Section 8 & Lone Star food stamps & medicaid every month. Hey, I'll bet you live in the BTW or GWH, then you only pay $25 a month, right ? LMAO
Give this place at least awhile to get settled.
Yawn. You really know how to fart through your nose. Amazing.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#65 May 2, 2012
lol wrote:
<quoted text>Let me guess, you are used to paying one price for all you can cram down your throat? What a shock.
Hmm. How on earth did you draw this conclusion or are you playing in the septic field and trying to be funny?
Just my opinion

United States

#66 May 2, 2012
Nation of Imbeciles wrote:
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Yawn. You really know how to fart through your nose. Amazing.
I bet you just did that to see if it could be done. ROFLMAO. Hahahahaha
You're too juvenile for me.
meater

Paris, TX

#69 May 2, 2012
Wilson wrote:
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Now you can't possibly be trying to compare this Cattleguard Cafe to the Bois D Arc can you?? You're comparing white trash to white tablecloth.
Have you been to either place? You call one of the best remodeled historic buildings in N.E. Texas serving a full line of meats and seafood "white trash"? How does a white tablecloth in a gas station compare? They both are good. What is up with your comparison? Paris could use more business people like the folks that own both of these restaurants. They are trying to serve this area with a service others are afraid to touch. Why not support both our new best restaurants and hope others bring us good food to eat also. Paris would be way more entertaining if residents would enjoy getting out of the rut they are in and get to these fine establishments. Hope to dine with ya'll soon....
really dilly

Paris, TX

#70 May 2, 2012
Wilson wrote:
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Now you can't possibly be trying to compare this Cattleguard Cafe to the Bois D Arc can you?? You're comparing white trash to white tablecloth.
oh lighten up!,... bois d arc ain't that bad!, just overated and waaaaaaayyyy overpriced...(LOL) just another place the 'wanabees' can attempt to look flashy (LMFAO)!
a steaker

Paris, TX

#71 May 2, 2012
Wilson wrote:
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Now you can't possibly be trying to compare this Cattleguard Cafe to the Bois D Arc can you?? You're comparing white trash to white tablecloth.
When did you get fired?

“2nd Amendment insures the rest”

Since: Apr 08

Texas

#72 May 3, 2012
The only way to find out about an eatery is try it your self, what one person finds good or bad may not fit your criteria.

Give it a shot, if you don't like it, you don't have to return

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