This institution has been around since the Armadillo days, when hungry cosmic cowboys restored themselves at its booths. Find breakfast selections galore.
The sister shop to the successful South side location has been an immediate hit in this East Austin neighborhood, offering everything from breakfast pastries and coffee drinks to house signature cupcakes and elegant plated desserts, paired with wine or craft beer.
It's grab-and-go at this cult favorite, which serves up legendary tacos out of a walk-up window in a strip mall on Manor Rd.
This "home of the perfect taco" is a cult fave among breakfast taco connoisseurs.
The closest full-service restaurant to the Travis County Expo Center serves all your south-of-the-border faves – especially those that come in a glass.
Terry knows how to batter up and fry right. Ample dinner boxes of shrimp, fish, and chicken can be yours if you get there before it closes absurdly early.
Watch the heat rise with this selection of hot Elgin sausage and fine Texas meat. The brisket is available raw or cooked, as are the ribs, mutton, and, yes, summer sausage.
The comfort food served up at this trailer behind East End Wines isn't the usual fare. Up there on the next level you'll find Cracklin’ Meatloaf, fried-egg-topped chorizo on grits, and pork belly sliders.
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