Theoretically, you could have Tex-Mex for breakfast, lunch, and dinner here. It's likely you'd get pretty darn lubricated too, what with all the 'rita specials.
Fresh ground beef is the base for big and little burgers, cheeseburgers, and bacon cheeseburgers, available with a wide variety of free toppings.
Morning fare consists of cappuccino, espresso, pastries, and breakfast tacos. By lunchtime, you can choose from a staggering array of sandwiches, soups, salads, and side dishes.
Cafe and lounge located on the north side of the lower lobby in the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center on the University of Texas campus.
An inviting selection of soups, salads, sandwiches, entrées, and side dishes awaits you. Eat in or take out.
Internationally recognized bubble teahouse.
Located inside the newly transformed Hotel Ella, this place focuses on locally-driven, seasonal menu showcasing the best from Texas purveyors.
Located across from UT Austin's campus, Halal Bros is a favorite for college students searching for inexpensive, halal dishes. With an expansive menu and vegetarian options, each dish is topped with white and hot sauce.
This restaurant serves basic Chinese and Vietnamese, with reasonably priced lunch specials and vegetarian options. Delivery is available.
One of Austin’s oldest venues, the Hole in the Wall opened in 1974 and enjoyed an early run as a folkie hangout, serving as a favorite stage for Townes Van Zandt, Nanci Griffith, and Blaze Foley. The campus-area staple later became a breeding ground for punk, cosmic country, and alternative, launching the careers of Timbuk3, Fastball, Spoon, and Shakey Graves. Forty years on, the historic two-stage dive, with a collective capacity of a couple hundred, still features live music every night and serves as an important proving ground for new bands. Always a shoestring effort, the Hole briefly shuttered in 2002 and came dangerously close to being priced out in 2015.
This popular near-campus watering hole features French comfort food that transcends the genre of bar fare. The frites are nearly perfect: not too thin or thick, with some skin, appropriately salted, and sprinkled with parsley.
You'll get a square meal and a fresh deal at this Tex-Mex spot that offers all the standards.
"Established in 1983 to add to students' GPA and general dating ability." The subs and clubs here might just do that.
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