Tonight's Food for Thought menu only has item - a thankfully it's a top performer. It'sknown for its delicious steaks at affordable prices and already has a half-dozen top performer's plaque. Now they can add another.
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You've most likely seen the steer, but have you stopped in? "It's good quality food for a good price and it's a really nice atmosphere to come and eat," says Bryan's Steakhouse Manager John Vasquez.
Bryan'sat 1212 50th Street has been a Lubbock tradition for almost 40 years. They have racked up six top performing plaques, and Vasquez thanks his hard-working crew for that. "We have a really dedicated management team that is always working with each employee individually going over cleaning methods and health code procedures," Vasquez said.
Vasquez says it's that cleanliness that keeps them a slice above the rest. "It's one of the number one things you want to look for in a restaurant."
Vasquez says he knows customers love what they're getting at Bryan's because he sees them coming back all the time! "I can look around right now and see a group or so here and there," Vasquez said.
We happened to run into one of those return customers - our very own Photographer John Berry. "Best salad in town, right here," JB said.
After packing his to-go box JB was ready to hit the road, "All right, we're done!" But wait,he still had to top off his baked potato, "Gotta put some fixins' on it."
Employees and customers have a message if you haven't tried a steak from Bryan's. "You're missing out a lot cause it's really good food, it's cheap and it's just really great to come and eat here," Vasquez said.
And when it comes to top performing schools, Ballenger Headstart at 1110 40th and McWhorter Elementary at 2711 1st are at the top of the class.