This bustling restaurant serves up Tex-Mex breakfasts and huge $7 lunch specials. The incredible homemade El Paso-style corn tortillas are one of Angie's many claims to fame.
Korean barbecue offered in five kinds of protein, spicy noodle bowls, chicken wings glazed with sweet and spicy Gangnam sauce, and those addictive kimchi fries are some of the menu's highlights at this Downtown trailer.
In the breakfast business for more than 50 years, Cisco's still serves migas, huevos rancheros, and hot biscuits with a healthy dose of Austin political history.
Fresh, fast, and portable is what you can expect from this festive corner taqueria. Don't miss the cochinita in fresh corn tortillas or the great paleta selection. Wash it all down with a frozen sangria or two.
Atmospheric Eastside eatery blends coastal and Interior Mexican with Tex-Mex.
Belly up to the lunch counter for homemade migas, tacos, and award-winning menudo, then step up to the pastry counter for piedras, novias, cemitas, and capirotada. The American choices draw raves, as well.
We can never finish the Don Juan here. Arteries may harden around the room, but no one seems to care.
This mercado is theoretically coming soon to the former Schlitz brewery.
The small menu is packed with inventive cuisine, a combination of street-food staples and popular cantina dishes, with a quality that shows from the first bite of chips and salsa.
Suerte is dedicated to honoring Oaxacan cuisine, one full of ancient preparations, while utilizing the bounty of Central Texas ingredients and serving it all in a modern Austin space.
This taqueria features cheap breakfast specials and Jalisco-style barbacoa by the plate or pound.
offers a great fajita special on Wednesdays, 11am-3pm, served in a quiet, relaxing environment.
Yes, it's a truck, but don't be scared. Enjoy your al pastor, al carbon, or barbacoa tacos at one of the picnic tables under the big trees out back, and don't forget the green sauce.
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