A simple menu does the affordable wine list justice.
Serving Austin since 1952, this immensely popular Tex-Mex icon is a food-happy dispenser of giant margaritas, excellent enchiladas, and craving-curbing quesadillas. Expect a wait – it'll be worth it. Want to order like an old-timer? Get the addictive Bob Armstrong dip.
In this "Tex-Mex Heaven," they serve breakfast every day and make their margaritas with fresh-squeezed juices.
This chain eatery serves reliable, generic Italian food at reasonable prices. A popular family place and a safe choice for those who fear the food-unknown.
With a grade of "A" for the chile relleno, you should feel adventurous for the rest of the menu. For fans of dishes made with the corn fungus huitlacoche, this place is a must.
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