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Just a few options in town, but they're good ones.
Judd's Downtown is probably the most happening spot. Lots of younger folks, music. Good times.
For the "my age" people, Barron's has a great bar.
Grab a Bite
Lots and lots of chains in Longview, so Thank God for Barron's.
Great people own this place. They also make great food. Great drinks. Great place. If you are new to Longview, or visiting, pretty much you have to go to Barron's.
Seriously. I used to live there, and there was nothing.
Now, there's Downtown Live (a concert series), Oil Horse Brewery, Silver Grizzly Coffee (which has become quite a hangout), Roma (a great Italian restaurant), and LOTS more. It's where they have the Art Walk, the kid museum/science joint called World of Wonder... I'm bitter. It's great down there.
Downtown is cool again.
Health and Wellness in "The View"
Passing on to the next stage doesn't have to be a painful experience. The right care during the end of this phase of the journey can make all the difference. The people at Prime Care Hospice are the difference.
I'm not sure how many physicians there are in Longview, but I know where the best ones work: Diagnostic Clinic of Longview.
Doesn't matter how old you are, what's wrong with you (if anything), or what you need, the best doctor for it is at DCOL.
You don't want to spend the next 13 minutes reading all the cool wellness things they have at Tula Wellness. Infrared sauna, foot care, float therapy, and on and on and on.
They have a really cool, swanky new building on Judson Road that beats our place to death, and that's not easy to do. Well, when you have a building contractor in the family it's easy, so they cheated, but check it our. Very very very good people. Cool stuff to make you feel better.
I could go on and on and on about how great their service is, and the quality and all that, but I'm just going to say that Longview Roofing is owned by one of the best families I've ever known, and Ryan, Elizabeth, and Madeline Baumgardner will treat you and your home the way they'd want to be treated... and that's rare these days.
We're a small business,. We know how hard it is. We work our butts off. We've also known a guy named Mark Allen a long time, and when we think of hard work we don't think of ourselves, we think of Mark. We can promise you one thing: Mark will go the extra mile and he will NEVER disappoint you. He's a workhorse, he is the ultimate customer service guy, and he'll take care of you. Even if you don't think you need new copiers, you need to call him. If you don't, he'll tell you. If you do, he'll save you a ton. We have 100% confidence in Mark and Epic Office Solutions.
They're at (903) 617-6188.