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While this is not true with all restaurants, it tends to be true with the ones that I go to. So I call them "Popular Abilene Restaurants That Require A Wait" or PART RAW as I refer to them when I'm conversing with my wife. While there's nothing wrong with wanting to get into a restaurant, it appears that I pick that crowded time every time.

It's not always after Church on Sunday, or on a Friday, or Saturday for lunch or dinner that I have to sit and wait to get fed. But it appears to me that these Abilene hot spots always have a line of people standing outside waiting to get in. We've all done it we drive by to see how long the line is.

While there is no actual poll or study that went into this, these are simply what I've perceived to be Abilene's most popular restaurants that may require you to sit and wait to be seated. On a side note, I really love the restaurants that allow you to wait in your car and will text you when your table is ready.

Nonetheless, here's my list if I missed one please let me know.

Look: These Popular Abilene Area Restaurants May Require A Wait To Be Seated

Finally, I have some questions, like how long is it okay to wait to be seated, 30, 40 minutes, an hour? Is it okay to slip the host or hostess some cash to sneak you in and cut in line and if so how much cash should I slip them or is all that tacky and rude?

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