This shiny red trailer at 53rd and Duval serves up tasty sandwiches using housemade meats. The pork jelly confit is paired with mustard greens and Brie; and the Croque Monsieur is filled with homemade ham.
Melvin, a slightly off-kilter couple that excels at making some of Austin's best sandwiches
Mick Vann, 2013-01-17
Affiliated with the St. David's Healthy Dining Program, 80% of this Tex-Mex/Mediterranean fusion chalupa menu is gluten fee, and the rest can be made vegan.
2201 S. First, 512/662-2801
The meats are the reason to come here, and they are spectacular. Mueller's father and grandfather built their reputations on dry-rubbed brisket and house-made sausage. While this brisket is truly fine, as is the sausage, the star on the menu is the beef short rib.
1502 S. First, 512/229-7366
This popular trailer near Zilker Park turns out Nak-i-dish (ground pork and beef mixed with onions and stuffed inside a puff pastry crust), red beans and rice with juicy chunks of andouille sausage, and terrific crawfish pie.
1604 E. Sixth, 512/573-5215