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Food

Bludso's Serving Up Breakfast Tacos And Sunday Football

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Kevin Bludso's Texas-style BBQ spots serve up what's arguably the best 'que west of Texas. And now Bludso, who's an avid Dallas Cowboys fan, will be dishing out another Lone Star staple that many of its expats miss -- breakfast tacos.

Starting the morning of Sunday, Sept. 8, the BBQ joint located in Mid-City will be open at 10 a.m. so that you can watch the 2013 NFL season with one of said tacos in hand.

Lovers of the classic California breakfast burritos will quickly warm to the idea of morning tacos, no doubt. At Bludso's, there'll be two options: one stuffed with smoked meat and egg and a veggie version made with smoked potato and egg. They'll be served with a smattering of smoked tomatillo salsa.

Bludso's, like many other restaurants, is normally closed on Monday nights, but as soon as the season starts they'll be opening up for game time, which will include drink specials and BBQed beef ribs.

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Just be sure to watch your tongue. Like we said, this is Cowboy's land -- so much so that Bludso's smokers down in Compton are emblazoned with their navy blue stars. Maybe that's part of the magic of their brisket. Whatever it is, it's working.

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