Brunch is the news here: From healthy to heavy duty, every diner can find a favorite at the younger sister of the famed SoCo original. Counter service and pushed-back weekend hours are friendly to both early birds and hungover souls, though seating inside or on the patio can be limited during peak hours. Highlights are the expert hot/cold coffee bar, huge made-to-order pancakes, an egg white omelette, and breakfast tacos like the black bean, avocado, and pico de gallo.
Stop by the coffee shop and juice bar attached to Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop for hot and cold drinks, snacks, pastries, and craft beer.
On the ground floor of the William P. Clements Jr. Building, this cafeteria-style eatery boasts good food and low prices. Open for breakfast and lunch. You can pretend you're a state employee like so many of the other diners.
This is a full-service espresso and coffee shop that specializes in crêpes for breakfast, lunch, and dessert. Create your own crêpes from the savory filling choices.
Chef Julio-Cesar Florez takes Peruvian flavors to the streets with the traditional Peruvian pepper sauces of Lima and the Central Coast.
There's always a friendly crowd at this Sixth Street stalwart. The grub is pub, and the TVs are hi-def.
This place is a purveyor of two things which Sixth Street desperately needs: traditional tamales and Tejano music.
Find an amazingly complete Korean menu at unbelievably great prices. Look for great spicy pork and kimchi, tender spicy squid, and excellent rice cakes.
Frog legs? We’ll just start with the Don Combo: a platter of half fried oysters and half calamari.
Nothing beats a hot slice when you're making the nightly rounds on Sixth.
This pizzeria offers a variety of pies Downtown. Whether you're a vegetarian or a carnivore, this place knows how to pile on the toppings.
This place specializes in New Haven-style "apizza" with fresh, Texas ingredients like jalapeño. The clam pie is the real deal.
All of the grass-fed beef comes directly from the ranch that once belonged to Svante Magnus Swenson. The Black and Bleu Bevo Burger sounds like a winner to us.
Good, substantial, and cheap Tex-Mex at several locations.
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