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Plow Burger

1505 Town Creek Dr.

photo by John Anderson

Trailer parked at Buzz Mill Coffee serves plant-based burgers, shakes, and fries.

Other Locations

Plow Burger, 4429 Duval St.
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Articles

Top 10 Austin Veggie Burgers

All the taste, none of the meat

Melanie Haupt, Dec. 19, 2019

Top 10 Vegan Food Trucks

These are the crème de la crème (sans crème, of course) in the local meat-free food truck game

Alisha McDarris, Dec. 27, 2018

Dining, Driving, and Dealing on the Vegan Food Chain

And where to find the Best Tuna Sandwich (sans tuna)

Alisha McDarris, July 5, 2018

Best of Austin Awards

First Plates Awards

More: Burger Joints, South

ABIA: Fara Sky Bar

This friendly spot has great food and is located outside security, so if you find yourself at the airport without a boarding pass, you can still check out the game.

3600 Presidential, 512/530-2233

Moontower Saloon

Founded in 2011 in a repurposed Fifties ranch house, Moontower Saloon shoots the South Austin vibe even further past Slaughter Lane. Bars and food trailers keep the appetites satiated, while an outdoor stage whets the Euterpean whistle. Blues, funk and Americana jam there., If you always fantasized about a place with one foot in the Continental Club and the other in Steamboat, this is it. Vallejo stages its annual Valentine’s Day show herein. No cover, and your canine friends can accompany you

10212 Menchaca Rd., 512/712-5661

P. Terry's Burger Stand

Here you'll find burgers fashioned from hormone- and antibiotic-free Black Angus beef, Buddy's grilled chicken, fresh-cut fries, and milkshakes.

4228 W. William Cannon, 512/358-0380

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