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El Sol y la Luna

600 E. Sixth
Austin, 78701
512/444-7770
Hours: Mon.-Thu., 11am-10pm; Fri., 11am-12mid; Sat., 9am-12mid; Sun., 9am-4pm
El Sol y la Luna has a menu of breakfast specialties available all day, with omelets and tacos galore. Stop in on weekends for live music and late suppers.

Best of Austin Awards

Restaurant Poll Awards

  • 2003: Critics Enchiladas
  • 2003: Readers Favorites
  • 2000: Critics Soup
  • 2000: Critics Enchiladas
  • 2000: Readers Migas
  • 2000: Readers Favorites
  • 1998: Readers Favorites
  • 1997: Readers Favorites
  • 1997: Critics Best Enchiladas
  • 1996: Critics Best Enchiladas
  • 1996: Critics Best Posole
  • 1995: Critics Best Mexican Breakfast

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