"Everything's Bigger in Texas!"

Alamo Cafe - San Antonio
14250Hwy 281 N – 210 495-2233


Allen's Family Style Meals - Sweetwater
1301 E Broadway - 325 235-2060


Joe Allen's BBQ - Abilene
301 South 11th – 325 672-6082


Al-T's Seafood and Steakhouse - Winnie
Highway 124 Spur 5 - 409 296-9818 
A terrific Cajun roadhouse owned by Herbert Thibodeaux who also operates a nearby inn and RV park by the same name.  Al-T’s is also known a Boudin factory. Great food.  You can purchase t-shirts, hats, ready made roux, hot sauces, Texas rice, pralines and pork cracklins after dinner in their shop.  Rustic interior suits the menu to a T.  On the day we visited, a table had been set-up in parking lot to sell patriotic flags, hats, etc with proceeds going to the local VFW.


Angelo's - Fort Worth
2533 White Settlement Rd – 817 332-0357 
Good Texas Beef Brisket. A Ft. Worth tradition.


Armadillo Palace - Houston  
5015 Kirby - 713 526-9700 
Great burgers.  Get yours with a smear of guacamole. Part of the Original Goode Company Barbecue family.


Babe's Chicken Dinner House - Garland
1456 Belt Line - 972 496-1041 
Down-home, eat ‘til you pop cooking.  Try the Chicken Fried Steak. Open Monday through Friday 10am-2pm and 5pm-9pm.  Weekends: 11am-9pm.


Bar-B-Q Man - Corpus Christi  
4931 IH 37 - 361 888-4248 
Monday through Friday 11am-8pm.


Beef Burger Barrell – Amarillo
3102 Plains Blvd. – 806 374-0101
Monday through Saturday until 8pm


Big Texan Steak Ranch – Amarillo
7701 W. Interstate 40 – 806 372-6000
Open every day at 7am until 10:30pm


Blacks BBQ - Lockhart  
215 N. Main - 512 398-2712 
Homemade sausage at its best.


Blanco Cafe - San Antonio  
7934 Fredricksburg Road  - 210 692-3233
Known for their enchiladas but the puffy tacos are great, too. Wash it all down with Aquas Frescas a mix of fresh fruit, water and sugar  - mucho refreshing, y'all.


Blue Bonnet Café - Marble Falls
211 Highway 281 - 830-693-2344
70 plus years of Texas home cooking.  Yummy square biscuits, fresh baked pies, and a good chicken fried steak.  George Bush and Willie Nelson have both stopped in for a bite at The Bonnet.  Highly rated breakfast menu is served all day long.   Opens at 6am every day.


Boggy Creek Farm - East Austin  
512 926-4650 
You've got to try their world famous Smoked Dried Tomatoes – tasty.  The farm market stand is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9am-1pm.


Boiling Pot - Fulton
201 S Fulton Beach Rd. - 361 729-6972
Offers a good view of the Aransas Bay.  Crabs and crawfish are boiled, dumped on tables, and cracked open by diners with wooden mallets.


The Breakfast Klub - Houston  
3711 Travis Street - 713 528-8561 
Start with the fried catfish accompanied by grits, eggs and biscuits. The chicken and waffles are also very popular here.


Broken Spoke – Austin
3201 South Lamar Blvd. – 512 442-6189


Burn's BBQ - Houston   

8307 DePriest - 281 445-7574 (under renovation)
New location with dining tables 7117 North Shephard (Near Little York)
Brisket, ribs, sausage. Cash and carryout (only at DePriest).  Old school for sure.


Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse - Dallas
2202 Inwood Rd. - 214 357-7120
Open every day 10am-8pm.  This is the original location; there are other locations around town.


Cafe 290 - Manor  
11011 Hwy 290 East – 512 278-8780
World class roadhouse fare prepared by classically trained chefs who have toiled in Manhattan, Singapore, and other far flung locales.  Breakfast is a highlight with many beef dishes including a Beef Spanish Omelette.  The lunch and dinner menus offer a TexMex selection, burgers, fried catfish and chicken fried steak or chicken.  Check this place out if you're passing through!


Casa Rio - San Antonio  
430 E. Commerce St. - 210 225-6718 
The restaurant founded in 1946 by Alfred F. Beyer and its on land first granted title in 1777 by the King of Spain; the Spanish Colonial period hacienda became the core of the new business. Casa Rio was the first San Antonio business to open its doors to the River.  Their large menu will keep you coming back time and again for great food.


Catfish Plantation - Waxahatchie
814 Water St - 972 937-9468 
A three star restaurant, serving Southern home-style cuisine in a circa 1895 gingerbread home. The home is the birthplace of former Major League Manager Paul Richards. It is also famous for its three resident ghosts: Elizabeth, Caroline and Will. Open Thursday – Sunday only.


Cattlemen's Steakhouse - Fort Worth
2458 North Main Street – 817 624-3945 
Some of the best steaks you’ll find in the shadow of the historic old Fort Worth Stockyards; in business since 1947, Cattleman’s steaks can be purchased via mail order or online at


City Market - Luling
7426 Richmond Avenue – 877 526-2271


Clark's - Tioga
101 Hwy 377 - 940 437-2414
Restaurant and mail order BBQ


Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar B Que - Llano
506 W. Young Street - 915 247-5713 

Dona Anita's - Midland
305 W. Florida Avenue – 432 683-6727


Earl Abel's - San Antonio
1201 Austin Hwy. – 210 822-3358
Open daily.


Elmer's - El Paso
6305 Montana – 915 778-5485
This 50's style diner serves nothing but homemade food. Specialties are fried chicken and Tex-Mex cuisine.  Try the chocolate or coconut cream pie for dessert.  Beer and wine available.  Open for 3 squares a day, 7 days a week.


Evangeline Café - Austin
8106 Brodie Lane - 512 282-2586
Cajun-style lunch and dinner served every day.  Gumbo, Po-Boys, Muffulettas. Monday through Saturday ‘til 9:30 pm. Closed Sunday.  On the weekends the kitchen closes at 10pm and the music begins.


Floore Country Store - Helotes
14492 Bandera Rd, Hwy 16 - 210 695-8827
Oldtime store and dancehall; BBQ, sausage, brisket and more served Friday - Sunday.  Opens at 11am.  Be prepared to pay a cover charge after 7pm.


Franklin's BBQ - Austin

900 E 11th Street - 512 653-1187


Dixiedining review


Frenchy's Chicken - Houston  
3919 Scott Street - 713 748-2233
Famous for their firey fried fowl - similar to the kicked up bird found at Gus' Fried Chicken in Tennessee. Creole soul food, spicy fried fowl and fluffy biscuits, Dirty Rice, greens, red beans and rice.  Good cakes and pies for dessert.


Fuente's Cafe - San Angelo
101 S. Chadbourne – 325 658-2430
Serving great food for over half a century.  Check out their complete menu on line.  Open every day: Monday – Saturday 11am to 10pm (weekends ‘til 11pm) and Sunday 9am to 2pm.


Gaido's Seafood – Galveston
3828 Seawall Blvd. – 409 762-9625
Serving great seafood since 1911.  Also check out Casey Gaido’s Casual Seafood: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Casey-Gaidos/151604024870337


Garcia's Mexican Food To Go - San Antonio  
842 Fredericksburg Rd. - 210-735-5686 
Try the tasty Huevos Rancheros for breakfast.  Open Monday through Saturday 7am to 2:30 pm


George's - Waco
1925 Speight - 254 753-1421
Open 6:30am to midnight Monday through Saturday.  A famous Waco establishment, this original location has been around since the 1930s.  Menu listed on their website. There’s new location open for lunch and dinner. 


George's Restaurant - Ralls  
404 US Highway 82 - 806 253 1777 
3 words: Chicken Fried Steak!


Gerardo's Drive-In Grocery - Houston  
609 Patton - 713 699 0820 
Open 6 'til 6 daily, this dive is a favorite of Robb Walsh of the Houston Press.  He called their carne asada slow-roasted pork with garlic and ancho chiles "the best I have eaten in the United States." Carnitas and barbacoa  BBQ goat meat  can be enjoyed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Open every day 5:30am to 6pm.


Goode Company Barbeque - Houston  
8911 Katy Freeway - 713 464-1901


Gonzales Food Market - Gonzales  
311 Saint Lawrence St. - 830 672-3156 


Gonzalos G & R Cafe - El Paso
401 East Nevada - 915 546-9343
Good margaritas, fresh pico de gallo, and more.  Sample the garlic salsa just be sure to bring along a breath mint.


H & H Car Wash & Coffee Shop - El Paso  
701 East Yandell Drive - 915 533-1144 
Old school coffee shop with barstools and Formica counters. Southern Living recommends the chile rellenos. Get your car washed while you eat thanks to H & H's adjoining car wash.  Open 7am-3pm Monday through Saturday


Hammond's BBQ - Glen Rose
Hwy 67 – 817 897-2324
Closed on Wednesday.  Opens at 11am –3pm Sunday – Tuesday and ‘til 8pm Thursday – Saturday.  Buffet only on Tuesdays.


Hanks Cajun Crawfish – Houston  
10800 Bellaire Blvd - 281 988-8974 
Crawfish & fried rice. Lunch and dinner.  Two other locations; check website for directions. 


Herman Sons’ Steak House - Hondo
577 Hwy 90 E - 512 426-2220
Opens at 11am every day.


Hill Top Cafe - Fredericksburg  
10661 N US 87 - 830 997-8922
Wednesday through Saturday for lunch.


Hinze's BBQ – Sealy
2101 Hwy 36 S – 979 885-7808
Good BBQ chicken and link sausage, sweet slaw, delicious black eyed pea salad, BBQ sauce laced with onion bits is served warm. The mile high pies are out of this world.


Hullabaloo Diner – Wellborn/College Station  
15045 F.M. 2154 - 979 690-3002 
It’s a genuine, historic diner.  Featured recently on Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives. Closed Monday and Tuesday


Inman's Ranch House Bar-B-Q - Marble Falls  
707 Sixth Street (Hwy 281 & Sixth) - 830 693-2711 


Irma’s Sweete Shoppe – Pharr
120 East Park – 956 787-7131 

J&J Seafood Market - Houston
3825 Wood Valley Road - 713 661 6102 
Pick out your choice of fresh redfish, trout, drumfish, etc. and then watch them fry it up to order. Very affordable fresh seafood makes this place a winner.  Closed Sunday


Jarro Cafe - Houston  
1521 Gessner - 713 365-0373
Lather up your pick of tacos with any of their 5 zesty salsas. Make sure you order up an ice cold Barrilito soft drink.  We like the pineapple flavor to put out the fire.  If the dining room is packed, check out Jarro's taco wagon parked out front.


Joe T. Garcia's - Fort Worth
2201 N Commerce - 817 626-4356 
This place can accommodate well over 1,500 diners at a time.  Stars of the show are sizzling fajitas and cheese enchiladas washed down by frosty cold cerveza or margaritas.  Open for lunch and dinner, 7 days a week.  Highly recommended!!!


Joel's BBQ - Flatonia  
I-10 and FM 609 - 361 865 2454
Mesquite smoked Texas Q is awaiting just off Exit 661.


Joe's Bakery & Mexican Food - Austin
2305 E 7th St - 512 472-0017


Bud Jones Restaurant - San Antonio  
1440 S. W. Military Drive - 210-977-9161 
Biggest country fried steak in town for under $10.  Originally Walsh's Grocery Store on the corner of Military and Commercial, Bud started serving fish and chips in October of 1958. The day of the grand opening, he was so busy, he excused himself from his customers, went out the back door and begged a lady hanging her laundry to please come and help him.  Bud’s daughter now runs the restaurant. 


Juan in a Million - Austin  
2300 East Cesar Chavez St - 512 472-3872 
Breakfast tacos! Open 7 days a week.


Kincaid's Hamburgers - Fort Worth
4901 Camp Bowie – 817 732-2881 
World famous hamburgers that are truly exceptional.  Opened in 1946 as a full-service grocery and meat market, they began cooking the excess beef in 1966.  Kincaid’s started out cooking about 40-50 burgers a day; their record for one day is 3,300! A national panel of food editors and critics once judged Kincaid’s hamburgers the best in the USA. The burgers are made from the very best US Choice boneless chuck. Open 11am to 8pm. Highly recommended!!!


Kirby's Barbeque - Mexia
216 N Hwy 14 – 817 562-5076


Kreuz Market - Lockhart
619 North Colorado Street, 78644 - 512 398-2361 


La Familia - Fort Worth
841 Foch Street - 817 870-2002
Open 11am Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner.  Try the flaming fajitas.


La Hacienda de los Barrios - San Antonio  
18747 Redland Road - 210 497-8000 
Home of the Puffy Taco!


Lankford Grocery & Market - Houston  
88 Dennis Street - 713 522-9555 
The chicken fried steak served each Thursday at lunch is hard to beat.  Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.


The Lord's Kitchen - San Antonio   

118 Seguin St - 210 354-3888 
Their huge burgers are indeed something to be thankful for. Closed Sunday


Los Barrios - San Antonio  
4223 Blanco Rd. - 210 732-6017 


Louie Mueller's BBQ - Taylor
206 W 2nd St – 512 352-6206
All orders here are served up on butcher paper. No frills restaurant features pork and beef ribs, sausage, and brisket.  Beer is sold.  Closed Sunday.


Luling Bar B Q - Luling
709 East Davis – 830 875-3848
Closed Tuesdays


Luling City Market – Houston
4726 Richmond Avenue – 877 526-2271


M & M Steakhouse - Fort Worth
1106 NW 28th Street – 817 624-0612


Mac & Ernie's Roadside Eatery - Tarpley  
11804 FM 470 (junction of FM 470 & FM 462) - 830 562-3250 


Ma Harper's Creole Kitchen - San Antonio  
1916 N. New Braunfels Avenue – 210 226-2200
Soul food is served here.  Since Ma’s arrival to San Antonio, she has been featured in “Taste of New Orleans”, “Medina Gumbo Cook off”, “JazzAlive” and many other festivals throughout the region. Ma has become famous for serving mouth watering delectable’s like Red Beans and Rice, Gumbo, Jambalaya, French Quarter Poor Boys, Peach Cobbler and Sweet Potato Pie – the secret to her success - everything is made from scratch. Many rave about the bread pudding.


Mama's Daughter's Diner - Dallas
2014 Irving Blvd - 214 742-8646 
In business for nearly 40 years, this is the original.  There are four others throughout the Dallas area.  Daily specials include chicken fried steak, grilled chicken and roast beef, fresh veggies, homemade pies and cobblers, fresh baked rolls and cornbread.  Breakfast served here, too. Open Monday - Saturday.


Mama's Oven - Houston  
9295 South Main Street - 713 661-3656
Voted Best Comfort Food in town by the Houston Press. Serving pork chops, turkey wings, oxtails, meat loaf --- all the essential food groups; and yes, chitterlings, if you date, are indeed on the menu. Sides include mac n' cheese and a rib-sticking broccoli and cheese casserole; hey, this ain't health food, people. Peach cobbler is waiting for dessert.


Maria's Better Mexican Food - Brownsville
1124 Central Blvd. – 956 542-9819


Memo's Restaurant - Del Rio

804 E. Losoya Street - 830 774-1583
Closed Sunday


Meyer's Elgin Smokehouse - Elgin  
188 Hwy. 290 - 512 281-3331 


Jerry Mikeska's BBQ - Columbus  
4053 Hwy 90 - 800 524 7613 


Mikki's Cafe - Houston  
10500 West Bellfort - 281 568-5115 
Cafeteria with turkey wings, yams, greens, rice and gravy, etc. You know the drill. Good stuff.


Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery - San Antonio
218 Produce Row – 210 225-1262
Open 24/7 with strolling musicians.  Order off of the breakfast menu all day.  Daily lunch specials.  Don’t forget to take something home from the bakery.


Moonshine Grill - Austin
303 Red River Street - 512 236-9599 


Doug Nelson's Cafe - Beaumont
10025 Hwy 124 (Fannett Rd) – 409 842-1557
BBQ beef and links, smoked Boudin, Crawfish Etoufee and Fried Shrimp.


North Main BBQ - Euless
406 N. Main Street - 817 267-7821 or 283-0884 
Only open Friday and Saturday from 11am – 9pm and Sunday 11am – 4pm. Award-winning ribs were highlight at a recent BBQ Convention in Arlington; smoky, crisp with a strong flavor of rub spices.


Oakridge Smokehouse - Schulenberg  
712 N US Hwy 77 – 979 743-3372 


The Oasis Cantina Del Lago - Austin
6550 Comanche Trail - 512 266-2441
Open every day for lunch and dinner


Old Town Cafe - Lubbock
2402 Avenue J – 806 762-4768


Otto's - Stafford
11222 Fountain Lake Drive – 281 313-6886


Paris Coffee Shop - Ft Worth
704 W Magnolia - 817 335-2041 
This cafe offers down home cooking in a laid back atmosphere. Prices are very reasonable.  Lunchtime favorites include pork chops, fried catfish, meat loaf, roast pork and chicken & dumplings.  All entrees are served with three veggies and a bread (cornbread, biscuits and rolls).  Try the Coconut Cream or Chocolate Pie for dessert.  Texas made pralines and an assortment of cookies available at the register.  Regulars here include Ft. Worth native Bobby Bragan, the very first Manager of the Atlanta Braves.  Breakfast and lunch, Monday - Friday; breakfast only on Saturday; closed Sunday.


Pecan Lodge - Dallas

Peggy Sue BBQ - Dallas
6600 Snider Plaza - 214 987-9188
Good meaty BBQ ribs; a favorite of students at SMU. Lunch and Dinner, 7 days a week.


Perini Ranch Steakhouse - Buffalo Gap
3002 FM 89 - 325 572-3464 
Located 15 miles south of Abilene in a town with a population of 499 folks, Perini serves mesquite grilled beef, barbecue, ribs, catfish and all the fixings. The New York Times called the Peppered beef tenderloin “spectacular.”  For dessert, try the unique flavor of their Jalapeno Cheesecake.  Rustic setting off a dirt road; this is a real working ranch.  No central air, so on hot summer nights they rely on screen windows and doors to cool things down a bit.  Enjoy live music on weekends.  Can’t stop by?  Call 1 800 367-1721 for mail order catalog.



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Pickett House - Near Woodville
195 PR 6000 – 409 283-2272/800 323-0389
Boarding House style meals. Opens everyday at 11am for lunch.  Stays open ‘til 6pm on weekends.


Pizzitola's Bar-B-Cue - Houston  
1703 Shepherd  Drive - 713 227-2283 
Funky place purchased by Jerry Pizzitola back in 1983.  Serves good ribs, beef brisket, and hickory-kissed Czech sausages.  Desserts are also worth your while.


PoPo Restaurant - Comfort  
829 FM 289 - 830 537-4194


Prause's Market - LaGrange
253 W. Travis Street - 409 968-3259


Queen’s Bar-B-Que – Galveston
3428 Avenue S – 409 762-3151
BBQ beef, Texas-style chili.  Voted Best Bar-B-Que in Galveston county by The Galveston County Daily News.   Located just one block from the seawall. Lunch and Dinner served Monday – Saturday since 1976.


Reyna's - Gonzales  
1801 E. Sarah DeWitt Drive - 830 672 2551
Good Mexican grub along the I-10 corridor.


Jim Riscky's BBQ - Ft Worth
300 Main Street – 817 877-3306
In 1927, Mary and Joe Riscky, immigrants from Poland, opened a grocery store in the historic Stockyard area of Fort Worth. Little did they know they were starting what was to become a Texas legend in barbeque. Today the Riscky tradition is carried on by their grandson Jim Riscky; the meat here is rubbed with “Riscky Dust” and naturally smoked for hours in a wood burning pit designed and built by Jim himself. Dinner platters include Sliced Beef Brisket, Pork Spare Ribs, Smoked Chicken or Catfish, and Mesquite Grilled BBQ Shrimp. Several locations to choose from.


Royer's Round Top Café - Round Top  
105 Main Street - 877-866-PIES or 979-249-3611
Dixie Dining review


Ruben's Homemade Tamales - San Antonio  
1807 Rigsby Ave. – 210-333-9529
One die-hard fan recently commented, "They have a nice ratio of masa to filling ... everything from bean and cheese to spicy pork fillings. Lines can be very long, depending on the season ... and a cash-only basis - no plastic!


The Salt Lick Bar B Q - Driftwood   

18300 FM 1826 - 512 858-4959 or 888-SALTLICK


Sartin's - Nederland
3520 Nederland Ave - 409 724-6663
Famous for their BBQ crabs.


Shorty's Donut Shop & Diner - Texarkana  
2837 New Boston Road - 903  832-6686
Featured in the Sept. 2003 issue of Southern Living; they call Shorty's "a mainstay in the community for more than 43 years. Shorty's serves not only regular doughnuts but also blissful butter rolls."


The Smokehouse - San Antonio   

3306 Roland Avenue - 210-333-9548 
Family owned and operated B.B.Q. joint is a well known, established restaurant in the southeast side of town.  Started by the Wells family (called Bob's Smokehouse), it was later purchased by a meat packing plant owner by the name of Luis Limon. Luis is a native of San Antonio and has been in the meat and B.B.Q. industry for the past 20 years.  Limon opened the doors in June of 2003 and still keeps the fires burning.


Sonny’s Place – Galveston  
1206 19th Street – 409 763-9602 
Opened in 1944.  Serves Lunch and Dinner, Tuesday – Saturday.  Delicious Muffuletta sandwiches! Good burgers, spaghetti, chili, and po-boys. Tons of atmosphere!


Soulman's BBQ - Garland
3410 Broadway Blvd. – 972 271-6885
Open 11am to 9pm.  Six other locations; check their website.


Southside Market - Elgin
109 Central - 512 285-3407 
Open every day.


Starlight Theatre - Terlingua Ghost Town
631 Ivey Road – 432 371-2326
Opens every day at 5pm.


Stockyard Cafe - Amarillo  
101 South Manhattan Street - 806 374-6024 
Fresh ingredients.  Tasty breakfasts.  Cattle auction day brings in huge crowds.  Don't miss the chicken fried steak.


The String Bean – Dallas
310 West Campbell Road – 972 385-3287


Stubb's BBQ - Austin
801 Red River – 512 480-8341


Sweet Georgia Brown - Dallas
2840 E. Ledbetter - 214 375-2020
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sweet-Georgia-Brown-Soul-Food-Eatn/171816566173184 801
Soul food Mecca features good BBQ with sweet sauce; good fried chicken as well. Open every day, 11am – 9:30pm.


Taco Taco Cafe - San Antonio  
145 East Hildebrand Avenue - 210 822-9533
Some say the very best tacos in San Antone. Open everyday 7am to 2pm.


Tacos A Go-Go - Houston  
3704 Main - 713 807-TACO 
Start with the taco verde.


Taylor Cafe - Taylor  
101 N Main Street - 512 352-8475 
Cash only. 


Terry Blacks's BBQ - Dallas

Texadelphia - Dallas
5500 Greenville Ave – 214 265-8044
Rustic beer parlor ambiance.  Go for the Cheese Steak, served up with crispy Tostadas and Salsa.


Texas Pride BBQ - Adkins  
2980 E Loop 1604 - 210 649-3730 
Closed Monday


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6416 N Lamar - 512 451-5440 
Opened as a Gulf gas station by Kenneth Threadgill in 1933.  He received Travis County beer license #01 that same year. Current proprietor Eddie Wilson now operates an expanded Threadgill’s, which sells it’s frozen vegetables in Texas supermarkets. Appetizers include Fried Green Tomatoes, Nachos, and Fried Chicken Livers.  Entrée highlights are the Meatloaf with Creole Sauce, the “best and biggest” Chicken Fried Steak, Pot Roast, and Fried Mississippi Catfish.  Try the San Antonio Squash, Spinach Casserole, Vegetarian Jambalaya or Garlic Cheese Grit. I highly recommend the Texas Caviar  black-eyed peas, red onions, and peppers marinated in vinaigrette. Threadgill’s is a “must do” while in the Austin area. Second location on West Riverside Drive.


Vera's Backyard BBQ - Brownsville

2404 Southmost Road - 210 546-4159 
BBQ Cow Heads!


Yo Mama's Soul Food - Houston   

5332 Antoine - 713 680-8002 
Meatloaf and oxtails --- hard combo to beat; greens and cornbread are also worthy of praise.

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