As a native Texan I have eaten my share of tamales, but the signature Beef Tenderloin Tamale was so good, I went back the next day! AND, I have to mention the buttermilk pie. I had a bet with the waitress that it could not be as good as my grandmother's pie, but I lost the bet. I would go back to Alpine for another slice of that pie. I will say the second visit was not as spectacular as the first. The tamale was not stuffed as full of the beef, the garnish of fresh pico de gallo over spinach was absent and my sandwich was incorrect. Different kitchen staff, different meal. But overall a wonderful oasis in West Texas.
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