offers Tex-Mex dishes as well as Brazilian cuisine, such as its version of the national dish, feijoada. The daily specials shouldn't be missed.
Founded by Don Disman in 1972, this is the original location. This simple sandwich shop still serves up the scrumptious buns that we have learned to love.
Opened in 1866 by German immigrant August Scholz, this historic biergarten is the oldest operating business in Texas. Generations of state politicos and UT students have imbibed here. The garten itself holds over 500, while adjoining Saengerrunde Hall can seat 250 with a maximum occupancy of 600. Both have stages frequently rented out for special events. Saengerrunde plays host to a number of annual events, including the stein and sausage-swinging Austoberfest and a celebration of German-speaking composers called Beerthoven. The venue is owned by its namesake German singing society. Established in 1879, Austin Saengerrunde’s Maennerchor and Damenchor still perform today.
offers paninis, salads, subs, and soups with 21 toppings and 10 varieties of cheese.
This cozy North Campus bungalow provides coffees, juice, and a full bar, as well as an eclectic, vegetarian-friendly menu in a comfortably shabby atmosphere. The giant patio fills up quickly during finals.
Kung Pao, General Tso's, and other American-Chinese standbys are served up inexpensively.
This no-frills sushi spot will satisfy your wasabi cravings. Be sure to stop next door for bubble tea at Momoko.
A fast-casual taco concept from the folks behind P. Terry's.
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