1411 E. Seventh, Austin, 78702, 512/600-4715
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 11am-12mid; Sat., 9am-1am; Sun., 9am-12mid; Weekend Brunch: 9am-3pm
May possibly have the only dedicated sand futevôlei (a volleyball/soccer combo) court in town. After a rousing game, you can start with ceviche, then dig into the rest of the menu. The mango habanero margarita will put your lips into a happy pucker.
Takoba looks the part, but the kitchen is still catching up
Virginia B. Wood, October 21, 2010
The "cathedral of seafood" is a jaw-dropper. The menu is half seafood and half grilled, meat-centric Norteño. Try the tostada de pulpo, a pile of tender, griddled octopus with scallions and pepper.
2711 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/476-7878
Look for a dozen egg dishes for early risers, as well as machacado and nopales, enchiladas potosinas, and plenty of Mexican standards.
1701 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/479-7911
The small menu is packed with inventive cuisine, a combination of street-food staples and popular cantina dishes, with a quality that shows from the first bite of chips and salsa.
1306 E. Sixth, 512/480-5960