I know for my family, we don't have a huge family and we just want to relax and enjoy each others company on Thanksgiving. That's why this year we have decided not to do a big Thanksgiving meal. We are going to take advantage of the restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day.
Let's face it the holidays are just around the corner and the stress of planning is starting to rear it's little head. Why stress over holiday meals when you can let someone take over and cook it for you. Here are some great places in Amarillo that can cook up your Thanksgiving meal and…
When it comes to food, Amarillo knows it's stuff. Yes, we aren't the biggest city, but we aren't the smallest and we have some amazing talented chefs, that know how to bring it when it comes to the food game. We have folks who love to eat food, from home cooking to eclectic.
If you didn't get your fill of delicious BBQ at the Chamber BBQ, you have another opportunity to chow down and have a blast. All you have to to is mark your calendar and get ready to head on down to Canyon for the festivities.
The Amarillo Tri-State Fair celebrates their 95th anniversary this year. For 95 years people of the Texas Panhandle and their families have been enjoying the good times and great memories of the Tri-State Fair and Rodeo.