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* '''El Patio''', 1410 Highway 60, 806 655 4300. Family-owned restaurant with Tex-Mex and Mexican cuisine.
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* '''Thai Spice Restaurant''', 102 23rd St, 806 655 4635.
  
 
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Revision as of 02:59, 7 March 2008

Canyon is a city in the High Plains region of the Texas Panhandle. It is home to the West Texas branch of Texas A&M University, the most prestigious in the region, and is the gateway city to Palo Duro Canyon.

Contents

Get in

  • US 87 connects Canyon with Amarillo to the north and Lubbock to the south.

Get around

See

  • Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, 2503 4th Avenue, 806 651 2244. The largest historical museum in the state host a wide range of artifacts covering Panhandle pre-history, American Indian life, the early pioneer era, and cowboy life on the ranches.

Do

Buy

Eat

  • El Patio, 1410 Highway 60, 806 655 4300. Family-owned restaurant with Tex-Mex and Mexican cuisine.
  • Pepito's Mexican Restaurant, 408 23rd St., 806 655 4736. Good Tex-Mex food plus chicken fried steaks and hamburgers. Try the beef fajitas.
  • Thai Spice Restaurant, 102 23rd St, 806 655 4635.

Drink

Sleep

  • Buffalo Inn, 300 23rd St, 806 655 2124. An older hotel, but clean and inexpensive.
  • Holiday Inn Express, 2901 4th Ave, 806 655 4445. Better than most locations of the same chain. Clean rooms, microwave, a good complimentary breakfast.

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