One Houston man fed up with the rising prices of fajitas decided to compile a spreadsheet- which took social media by storm.
Do you think the prices of fajitas in Houston are too high? Now you can compare prices thanks to the 'peak dad' efforts of one man in Houston.
In a post that went viral on social media Twitter user WestTxGeo said:
"Houston, thank me later. Attached below is the fajita prices for every restaurant I could think of near the Heights. After feeling continuously ripped off, I’ve reached peak dad life of spreadsheeting this thing out."
The spreadsheet listed thirteen restaurants in Houston and compared the prices for half-pound and pound servings of chicken, beef, and combination. The post was flooded with comments including some of the pricing was wrong resulting in an update.
The average price for 1 pound of beef fajitas across all thirteen restaurants was $58. El Tiempo charges $78 per pound which was easily the highest price. Overall it found El Tiempo was the most expensive while Teotihuacan was the cheapest.
Across the board, the restaurants all had fairly comparable prices.
Many people appreciated the price with one person asking for a spreadsheet on margarita prices in Houston- now that would go mega viral!
Do you believe the prices of fajitas are too high in Houston? What is your favorite place in Houston for fajitas? What other items would you like to see a spreadsheet of prices for?
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