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TIGER KICKOFF: Things to do in College Station, Texas

Friday, October 28, 2011 | 12:01 a.m. CDT

Heading to College Station, Texas this weekend to watch Missouri take on Texas A&M? We have you covered with a list of places to check out while you're there.

@andrewancy: Go eat at Layne's. Awesome chicken fingers.

@DaddyxRey: Burgers and drinks at the Dixie Chicken. Also some shots at the Dry Bean Saloon next door

@D_Wood12: The tailgate scene fore sure. We always do it right and you won't have troule finding a hospitable Ag who's willing to share.

@drewmoreno: The Dixie Chicken for beer, followed by Midnight Yell at Kyle Field

@BrandonLCarlson: The Hullabaloo Diner in Wellborn is fantastic! Featured on .

@jagvocate: Get a "Deathburger," Cheese Fries, and a Cold Shiner Bock at the Dixie Chicken.

@JeredWilkerson: Laynes... blows Canes outta the water!

@Skillsthatkill: trashcan lid nachos at zapatos.

@Jenova06: go to Midnight Yell if you'll be in town Friday night. Others to think about are Northgate, Dixie Chicken, Koppe Bridge, etc.

@InsideTAMU: Northgate Friday Night (30 bars along University Ave). west campus tailgating Saturday morning next to Reed arena

@KMays10: Williams Alumni Center, Bonfire Memorial, Academic Plaza, Dixie Chicken/Northgate, Downtown Bryan...to name a few

@RTaylorTX: Burritos @ Freebirds, Sandwiches @ Blue Baker, Burgers @ Koppe Bridge, Shots @ Dry Bean and Shiner on tap @ the Dixie Chicken

@micahhladky: The Chicken, Freebirds, Antonio's, Fuego, and Layne's Chicken. The best. And the list goes on...


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