This pizza has some crispness and a little char on the bottom from the oven, but the slices are still flexible with some chewiness. The menu is small: a few signature pizzas such as a Margherita, a Hot Honey, and one with kale, plus weekly specials.
Austin's favorite dreamy cream with an attitude. Employees are known for their irreverent wit and outrageous serving routines.
In addition to great appetizers and pub fare, Aussie's offers big-screen TVs and beach volleyball courts out back.
Pick up a book, play Battleship, and enjoy all your favorite coffee drinks along with some killer honey lemonade. You don't have to be vegetarian to love this always-packed, South Austin-funky restaurant and coffeehouse. Extensive vegan options as well.
Utilizing sour dough and King's Hawaiian Bread, these artisan grilled cheese sandwiches contain a range of elements such as aged cheese, spicy maple bacon sauce, organic peanut butter, apricot fig sauce, and smoked prosciutto.
Dolce Neve (Italian for "sweet snow") makes small-batch, traditional gelato with an emphasis on locally sourced, high-quality ingredients.
Chef Alma Alcocer-Thomas' take on casual Mexico City cuisine is approachable, affordable, and delicious. Brunch includes Huevos Franceses, made with eggs and spinach resting on corn pudding; or Thomas' version of migas, called Huevos Revueltos. Throw down a Mimosa Feliz and don't miss the gorgeous views from the upstairs patio.
You'll find real Mexican food, real corn tortillas, and real Mexican Cokes, all at a reasonable price. Try the birria lamb and the perfect picadillo.
The espresso especially draws the crowd at this coffeehouse devoted to ethically sourced beans. Have a Venezuelan roto with your java.
Classic Moroccan street food made with quality ingredients like fresh vegetables and chemical/hormone-free eggs and meat.
Stratocaster-sized burritos in a rock & roll environment are the stock-in-trade at this joint. This is big-boy eating heaven: You don't have to include the veggie stuff you don't want, and there's no way you can walk away hungry.
Gourdough's serves "big fat donuts" with a variety of fillings, from the savory (fried chicken and honey) to the diabetic-coma-inducingly sweet (marshmallow with chocolate fudge icing, all dipped in actual fudge).
When God created fajitas, he (or she) took lessons here first. Breakfast is just as good as lunch, with low prices, big servings, and great service. Vegans, don't pout; concessions have been made for your limited diets.
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