Here you'll find burgers fashioned from hormone- and antibiotic-free Black Angus beef, Buddy's grilled chicken, fresh-cut fries, and milkshakes.
The light, savory salads come with either grilled or lemongrass-seasoned meat, seafood, or tofu and are drizzled with special Tháison dressing.
Tucked away on Medical Arts (not Red River, as the name suggests), this popular spot offers omelets, burgers, and weekend brunch specials. Bring an empty stomach and your patience.
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.
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.
The Drag location of this respected local Thai restaurant chain is popular with student diners, and the authentic food is fresh, spicy, and affordable.
offers a wide range of Tex-Mex with a slightly contemporary twist, and fans are crazy about the chipotle salsa and chips. The half-pound burgers are tasty and massive, and the menu also offers chicken-fried steaks.
Affordable Japanese street food from the owners of Michi Ramen. The mix-and-match menu is the way to go with choices of kushiyaki, tempura vegetables, and korokke.
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