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Liquor in the Front Still Available at Suede Bar & Grill's Web Site

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Whoops -- looks like ol' Coach Joe let his domain name expire. Because, see, former Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Joe Avezzano is co-owner with his son Tony in Suede Bar & Grill on Lower Greenville Ave. Only, whatever you do, do not go to the formerly official Suede Bar Web site. Unless your employer likes you visiting "Asian Babe Cams," "Flashlight Sex Toy" and "Falcon Porn" Web sites during work hours. At least there still appears to be parking in the rear. --Robert Wilonsky

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