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Who doesn’t love a good happy hour? And Bryan-College station has plenty. Try these five on for size.

Atami Steak and Sushi

Considered not just the best hibachi in the area, but also the best happy hour in Aggieland.  Visit Monday through Thursday from 5-7 p.m. for $1.50 longnecks and discounted menu items. And if the chef isn’t Japanese, so what, the food gets top marks from pretty much everyone who’s ever eaten here.

Grub Burger Bar

It’s not just a great patio and great burger at Grub. They also have a terrific (and quite popular) happy hour, every day from 3-6 p.m. Grab $3 well drinks, domestics, and half- order cheese fries, or $4 craft pints, margaritas, wines, and half-order Ahi Tuna appetizers. And for $5, there are signature drinks,

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There’s something about food trucks that makes grabbing a bite kind of like a scavenger hunt. And since Bryan-College Station is a college area, food trucks are abundant and delicious. These five food trucks are worth the trip around Aggieland, for sure.

Chef Tai’s Mobile Bistro

Chef Tai’s might just be the pinnacle of food truck dining. And in this case, that’s a lot more impressive than it might sound. Usually parked on the A&M campus, Chef Tai’s has garnered the attention (and praise) of the Food Network for its off-beat blend of international cuisines. Where else can you choose from barbecued pulled pork sandwiches and tofu Florentine?

 



Wafology

Not a breakfast truck, but rather an unending exercise in excellent eats in the

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College Station, home of the Aggies, and part of the booming Houston region, is a quietly conservative college town that likes to be the opposite of Austin. But the two cities share a few things in common, and one of those things is some of the finest new residential communities in Texas. College Station’s newest communities offer the increasingly attractive mix of urban lifestyle and suburban quiet in neighborhoods such as:

Village at Creek Meadows

The Village is the newest part of the Creek Meadows planned community and some of the finest in family and student living in College Station. This is a one-of-a-kind duplex community that pairs the huge living spaces with apartment complex amenities in a rural setting close to town. The two- and

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The great thing about growing towns is that there are always exciting new places being built. For those looking to hang their hat in College Station, but want a newly built home, there’s good news. College Station is growing, thanks to some new communities

Castlegate II

In the heart of South College Station, Castlegate II is a 202-acre master-planned community that combines convenient location with luxurious amenities. According to Realtor.org, residents will be able to enjoy a resort style pool with cabanas and outdoor kitchens unlike anything currently available in the area. They will also enjoy numerous parks including a fitness park, a lighted jogging trail, and a fully stocked lake for fishing. Nearby Greens Prairie Elementary School also

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College Station’s Top Upscale Rentals

So you’ve grown past the days of the dorm life, and your budget is large enough to allow you to survive without eating solely ramen noodles. Where should a young professional like yourself call home?

Falcon Point Condos

1915 Dartmouth Ave, College Station, TX, 77840

Price Range: $900 - $1290

(15mg Internet & Cable package included)

Varying 1 & 2 bedroom floorplans

The first phase of this complex was finished in August of 2013, and the second phase is set to finish in July of 2014. These condos boast large open floorplans with upscale finishes. Hardwood floors throughout, granite/marble countertops, cherry cabinetry with mosaic tile backsplash, some of the biggest walk-in closets in town, and all

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As the home of Texas A&M University’s main, flagship campus, College Station offers much in the way of education and amenities. But when it comes to buying a home and putting down roots, College Station offers some of the finest living and some of the most sought-after areas.

1. Pebble Creek

If the very name of the Pebble Creek community sounds like it would have a golf course, you’re right. Pebble Creek Country Club ‒‒ which boasts some of the best golf course in the Brazos Valley ‒‒ is at the heart of this picturesque community. This upscale neighborhood, close enough to the heart of Aggieland but far enough removed from the bustle of college-town life to give it that small town feel, has something for everyone. The average property here lists for

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VIP Realty has made its mark on Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin, so it only makes sense that this dynamic real estate company should set its sights on College Station, one of Brazo County’s most desirable destinations for real estate.

College Station, which is ideally situated in the heart of Brazos Valley, has gained its popularity, perhaps, because it is home to the main campus of Texas A&M University, the largest campus of the massive Texas A&M University System. In fact, thanks to the presence of Texas A&M University, College Station has earned its place on the map and is certainly why real estate here is in demand.

College Station, Meet VIP Realty

For buyers and sellers in College Station, the presence of VIP Realty means more

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