| February 9, 2012 | 1:00pm
Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free.
On Tuesday, we asked you to decipher a series of puzzles in which 20 well-known Houston restaurants had their names/logos chopped and screwed. We received a ton of correct answers from you, our clever readers, which means a lot of people went into the pool to win a set of cookbooks and food tomes from the EOW private stash.
But before we get to the correct answers for the scramble, give a big congrats to our winner: Shanna K. Honorary mention goes to reader Charlie W. for suggesting that we give out Jumbacos as consolation prizes. Next time, Charlie. Next time.
Now: the answers (clockwise from top left).
59 Diner Perry's Steakhouse The Chocolate Bar Goode Co. Texas Bar-B-Q
Hickory Hollow Spec's Pink's Pizza Philippe
Dessert Gallery El Gran Malo Coppa Churrasco's
Barbecue Inn Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen Anvil Bar & Refuge Carrabba's Italian Grill
Pondicheri Luby's Ouisie's Table Ninfa's
If you enjoyed the puzzle, let us know. We just might make some more... (God knows we have enough cookbooks to give away.)
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