This fusion of Middle Eastern and barbecue features dishes such as Boy Dakar lamb burger, and yassa chicken quesadilla.
One of several burger outlets operated by Austin's hamburger king, Dan Junk, whose trademark has always been good, fresh food and friendly service.
The name translates literally to "good good," and that's right on the money for the delicious Northern Thai cuisine this trailer puts out. Located at Radio Coffee & Beer.
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).
"Irie" is Jamaican for the "ultimate positive," so you'll find free wi-fi, coffee, and occasional live music.
This friendly and popular juice bar near Barton Springs offers fresh juices, smoothies, superfood lattes, wraps and more. You'll feel better on the way out than you did going in.
Honey Peaches, Lavender, Salted Caramel, and Caramelized Carrots and Tarragon are just a few flavors on rotation at this all-natural, all-Texas ice cream shop.
Ambitious, delicious trailer food from caterer/chef Luke Bibby, including first-rate sandwiches and cheese fries. The brunch is the prefect way to while away a Sunday.
Order at the trailer window, and enjoy a Blue Bell shake while waiting for chicken, shrimp, venison, or avocado slices battered in nuts, seeds, cornflakes, and seasonings, then deep-fried and served in a tortilla cone.
This place is both a health-food grocery and a 100% vegetarian restaurant. Don't miss their dishes like enchiladas verdes and soy guisada.
A sweet cream topper can go on any flavor of shaved ice here.
A canopy of trees protects this dog-friendly open space. Play bocce ball, ping-pong, or just relax and enjoy Greek treats such as spinach pie and moussaka.
Here you'll find burgers fashioned from hormone- and antibiotic-free Black Angus beef, Buddy's grilled chicken, fresh-cut fries, and milkshakes. Sit at a picnic table on the patio. Dogs get a free biscuit.
From the folks at Azul Tequila, this tiny storefront has a following for the guajolote en mole tacos.
The family-run Phoenicia serves up the most scrumptious Mediterranean specialties and deli sandwiches around. This is one of Austin's treasures.
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