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Pin Oak Proudly Announces the Paddock Bistro

Wikipedia defines "Bistro" as a small restaurant serving moderately priced simple meals in a modest setting. Pin Oak’s new Paddock Bistro hopes to fulfill this definition while offering Pin Oak attendees and exhibitors an alternate dining experience. Offering a casual atmosphere with open seating tables for four, the Paddock Bistro will be open ringside Saturday evenings during the show. With room for 120 diners, this corner of the show offers a quiet nook to relax, eat and watch the world class competition. Buffet style dining begins at 7:00 pm, although cheese, crackers, fruit and cocktails will begin at 5:00 for the first week of competition. Tickets may be purchased for $35 each in advance of the show or at the door. Sorry, but when the tickets are all sold, there will not be any more. When they’re gone they’re gone!

The menu for the evening of March 22 will be Fajitas with all of the fixings. Bar-b-que will be the menu for the evening of March 29. Soft drinks and/or iced tea will be served with the meals. A cash bar will be open for diners during the entire course of the evening.

For more information or to purchase tickets, call the Pin Oak office at 713-921-6290.

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