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Photo of the Susanne at Dunlavy and W. Alabama St.: Marc Longoria via Swamplot Flickr Pool
1308 Cantina should definitely move to the new digs. Although popular, the current location has grown out of its space with unexpected overwhelming success. The bar “waiting” area is way too overcrowded and servers can hardly pass through with their sizzling platters without knocking someone one the forehead with their trays.
The main concern is the waiting area, or lack thereof.
Whoa. That’s interesting. So these devs paying crazy prices are stating to put the breaks on eh?
Low oil prices save El Tiempo!