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Old 08-18-05, 01:36 PM   #1
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Post-Tour: The Mexican Restaurant

I was reading "Bobke II" the other day, and after completing the 1986 Tour, Bob Roll comments that it's good to be on a team that celebrates at the "Tex-Mex" restaurant, instead of a strip bar. I figured this was just Bob being Bob (especially considering his passion for jalepenos), until I was watching the "Crash!" DVD the other day, and during an in-race interview, Alan Piper talks about how soon the Tour will be over and he "will be in the Mexican restaurant, dancing on the table with Konychev."

Where/what is this Mexican restaurant? I've never been to Paris, but damn if it doesn't sound like the place to be after the Tour ends. If I do ever end up in La France, I'd like to visit the place just to pay homage. Anyone have any information about it?
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Ah the "Crash!" DVD. Unfortunately, my brother-in-law made a few appearances in that. He gets upset when I break it out at family get togethers for those who haven't seen it.
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