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East Side King

2310 S. Lamar #101, 512/383-8382

John Anderson

This location does a good job of reinforcing the established ESK brand, from the friendly counter service with wine and beer on tap, to the gonzo artwork by punk rock painter Peelander Yel­low. The menu boasts ESK "classics," the dishes that made the original trailer famous: Poor Qui's pork belly buns, beet home fries, chicken karaage, and brussels sprouts salad.

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Chronicle Reviews

You've Come a Long Way, Baby

East Side King has gone from a backyard trailer to street-food empire in five short years

Melanie Haupt, April 10, 2014

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85°C Bakery Cafe

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85C Bakery

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