The Bravo supermarket in Houston, Texas, is just like any other supermarket in Texas.
There are grocery sections with fresh produce and meats and cheese and you can also pick up groceries at the hardware store, which also sells beer, wine, spirits and liquor.
But it’s where you get your most value.
The Bravos prices start at $3.99 for two servings of a burger and $7.99 each for a two-meat sandwich and fries.
The price for a small salad is $2.75, while the price for fries is $4.75.
If you order a hamburger, the price will be $4 per quarter.
If a meal comes with fries and a salad, the total will be the same as the price of the burger.
If it comes with a side of fries and lettuce, the full price will go up to $5.50.
For lunch, the Bravos price goes up to just $2, but it’s only for two pieces of meat.
You can get the same price for an entire sandwich for $5, or you can get a hamburgers for $7, but you’re only getting a quarter of a pound.
You’ll also get fries for $3 per quarter, but if you order them from the hardware section, they’ll only be available for $1.25.
If the price is $5 per quarter for a burger, it’ll go up by a quarter to $7 per quarter if you get the full meal.
It’s the same for a side, or a sandwich, but only half of the total.
You also get the regular price for the burger, but the lettuce will be half of that price.
For the most part, you’re getting more value for your dollar at Bravos, which is why I’m giving it five stars.
But the price isn’t worth it if you’re a regular shopper.
If that’s the case, you can always grab some food in the local grocery store.
That way, you won’t end up paying a lot more than the price on the website.