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1. Irma's Restaurant


22 N Chenevert StHouston, TX 77002

(713) 222-0767

As a native Texan, I've had my fair share of breakfasts at ""hole-in-the-wall"" mexican restaurants. On August 18, 2008, after trying to get OUT of downtown Houston, I stumbled upon Irma's and to my extreme joy, the sign said ""Open""!!!! My best friend and I walked in and were quickly told to…

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Peggy M. rated

My newspaper is supposed to be thrown at my house because I'm handicapped and it's not and at least once a month I don't get my newspaper. I only get it Sundays and Wednesdays so you think twice a week would not be hard to manage

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Richard M. rated

Phone number is for someone else, NOT the Houston Chronicle!!! There is no selection for any department to contact.

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ft1345 rated
Advertising does not provide promissed service.

The advertising department called me because they found out that I had some co-op funds that could be used from a equipment supplier. They worked hard to put the add together and ran it in the paper, but they never provided tear sheets and did not process the claim for the co-op funds as they had promissed. The department now will not return calls. I will never run another add with the Houston Chronicle.