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Best New Digs: The Omelettry on Airport

Best New Digs: The Omelettry on Airport
PHOTO BY Todd V. Wolfson

The Omelettry has long added to Austin's celebrated diner-culture, with standards Kerbey Lane and Magnolia. Unlike the others' expansion to locations all over the city, the Omelettry stayed put in its small shack off Burnet. But this year, the owners picked up and moved to a bright and shiny new spot off Airport. The Seussian murals reflect the whimsy the owners have always brought, and the restaurant seems set to fill Austin tummies for decades yet.

The Omelettry
4631 Airport, 512/453-5062

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