Dat Mac

You no longer crave the leftover barbeque from Independence Day cookouts. Plus, there’s probably no more room in your refrigerator, either. Believe it or not, we have cruised through the first half of 2016 and before you know it, there will be plenty of turkey, dressing and pies.

But before we get too far ahead of ourselves, we have visited some great spots over the last six months and want to remind you of some very worthy food right here in Southeast Texas.

Downtown Beaumont has a gem in Chuck’s Sandwich Shop.

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Have you ever wondered what people did for fun in 1901? What sports and games did they play? Did they actually have potato sack races and three-legged races at the picnics? What is the Game of Graces? Find out Saturday, June 4, as Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum holds the first Gladys City Games from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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Photo by Adam Balla

In less than a year’s time, the Dat Mac food truck has made its mark on Southeast Texas cuisine. Last June, owners/operators Jordan Stringer, Aaron Barnhill and Caleb Lewis made a bold foray into the growing food truck industry. They found a used food truck for sale, and took “Judy” out on the road to see if they could make their mac and cheese vision a reality.

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The ninth annual Boomtown Film & Music Festival is Feb. 25-27 at multiple venues throughout Southeast Texas.

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