Fresh sauces, rotisserie meats, and a friendly atmosphere make this a welcome addition to Austin Tex-Mex.
Muchas margaritas and full service Tex-Mex overlooking the Symphony Square amphitheatre.
Taking its name from a long gone 1970's music venue that was beloved in the neighborhood, this incarnation puts the food center stage. The tacos are based around family recipes on handmade tortillas.
Mexican breakfasts, sweet horchata, and the sunny red and white interior could whisk the fog out of anyone's morning brain.
This taco stand inside a Shell station serves up some seriously humongous tacos with good, fresh sauces.
The crowds gathering at all hours attest to the loyal following Torchy's has developed. Look for crowdpleasers like their fried avocado taco or inventive takes like the ahi-tuna-filled Mr. Pink. Make sure to try the breakfast menu too.
Here you'll find some of the best burgers and Tex-Mex in town, but it's the margaritas and Mexican martinis that keep us going during the occasional long wait.
An Austin take on classic Tex-Mex food.
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