We all have our favorite restaurants here in the Permian Basin. Some are such heavy favorites for many people that they get busy. Have you ever gone to a restaurant and thought, dang, if there were a 2nd location here in town, that would help? So, recently we asked some Midlanders, which Midland restaurant needs a 2nd location? Here are some of the most popular answers. Do you agree? Which ones would you add to the list?

HTeaO

1 Midland Location at 1119 Andrews Hwy, Midland, TX 79701

This was such a popular answer. People love their TEA here in the Permian Basin, and they love them some HTeaO. I don't think I've ever driven by their location on Andrews Highway in Midland and not seen a line. Many people felt a 2nd location would help 'quench' the thirst! 

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RAISING CANE'S

1 Midland Location at 1407 N Loop 250 W, Midland, TX 79706

We love our CHICKEN here in the Permian Basin. Lots of Chicken places. But, only 1 Raising Cane's in Midland, and apparently, another location would be appreciated. Several people said they would love to see one in east Midland. Odessa just got their first! 

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TEXAS ROADHOUSE

1 Midland Location at 1407 N Loop 250 W, Midland, TX 79706

Again, several people that answered Texas Roadhouse mentioned that there is always a waiting time to get seated because it's so busy. They felt a 2nd location would totally help. People need those dang awesome ROLLS! Lol, can't blame them! 

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DENNY'S

1 Midland Location at 3701 W. Wall, Midland, TX

This answer was a surprise and one we didn't even think of. Someone mentioned they wish there were a 2nd location, especially for the weekends!

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