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Schroeders Bar and Grill, Thorndale, TX
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This is one of my wife's favorite restrauants in her home town, Thorndale, TX.  The have 80 years of hamburger grease still on the grill.  I have to admit, the burgers are great.

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Uploaded: 31/01/2009
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