Around the World Pic: Texas Honkey Tonk Cantina in Tallin, Estonia

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Oh, the memories of the Honkey Tonk Texas Cantina in Tallin, Estonia. Tallin, by the way, is a magnificent little capital on the Baltic. We ended up spending three days there, which was most unexpected considering the speed with which we had been moving.

One day, as we were walking around Tallin, we stumbled upon this little gem. Tallin, Estonia – Honkey Tonk Texas Cantina. What!?! we cried, before shoving our way inside and demanding a table.

We enjoyed wings, quesadillas, and a variety of other hilarious tex-mex food that was entirely out of place in Estonia. We decided, too, that we would speak like hicks the entire time we were there, figuring that these random people on the Baltic wouldn’t understand our English, much less our ridiculous accents.

As it happens, Estonians, because their language is so obscure and useless worldwide, all speak relatively perfect English with little or no accents, and when we spoke like jackasses – a charade that we insisted on maintaining through the duration of our meal – they knew exactly what was going on. Yeah, we were idiots.

Have you ever been to Tallin, Estonia? Are you aware of this hilarious restaurant?

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3 Responses

  1. I’m going to Tallin in September – can you remember roughly where this place is? We must go – we often go to Texas together and it would be a great laugh.

  2. Ah, nuts – I wish I could. I remember it was in the Old Town a bit off from the central area but not far (I was able to run back to our hotel, after all). I’m going to ask my friend (pictured center) and see if he can recall more precisely.

  3. That would be brilliant. I could really suprise some people with that. Don’t worry if you can’t remember. I’ll do some investigating!

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