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Champagne Nights Red Stripe Budgets

Sometimes the only reason we say no is because the cost is unverified. I’ve never bare witness to the assassination of keeping the banks tight. Usually when I go out and spend my money I want to make sure that I’m getting a value. Every red cent and all of the shiny nickels add up to what and how much and if I’m going to come back.

Here are a few places you can catch me when I’m looking for some libations on a stretched dollar and some chills like a Sade listening session.

You really can’t go wrong with the Super Mercado La Jalisciense. Es Fuego. I like to sneak away here from time to time and enjoy an early weekend breakfast. I can’t say that I’m too fond of Coffee all of the time. However, when you take a bite out of a shrimp quesadilla with egg after taking a sip of coffee or espresso, you start to see the world a little different.

The aisleways are filled with everything you need to furnish your long forgotten domestic needs and even more there is usually a dessert at beck and call. What’s even cooler is that it's right next to Dollar Bill store that carries everything you’d be surprised they have on hand.

When I want some dessert with a drink, I like to go to El Asador in southwest. I’ve never come across a tres leches that I didn’t try at least once. It wouldn’t be a lie. I’ve had theirs enough to know it blindfolded. The duality of cheap champagne is in the lies in its usual delusion of grandeur. What I like at El Asador is that I can bring my own whatever I like. Usually wine or champagne seems fitting. Plus that let's me focus on Chef's Luis Garza's delicious offerings.

Next time we take a look at how to spend on a budget we’ll take a look at some of my favorite spots to eat during a business meeting.

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