Here, start off with the sopa de mariscos – it's like the entire sea was pureed into your bowl – and then dig into the crab-nificent enchiladas.
At this "Tex-Mex Heaven," breakfast is served every day and the margaritas are made with fresh-squeezed juices. No sign of guardian angels, though, and Maudie's still charges for the food.
Serves the full pantheon of Mexican delights in big portions and at great prices. The tamales are to die for, and the pork with green sauce is fit for the gods.
Occupies the eastern interior portion of a hopping little convenience store. The tamales are to die for, and the pork with green sauce is fit for the gods.
The aromas that greet you at the door of this authentic Mexican bakery do not lie. The breads, rolls, cookies, and pastries are the stuff of sweet dreams.
Pasta, subs, pizza by the slice, wings, calzones, and more. Plus, they deliver.
Founded in 2011 in a repurposed Fifties ranch house, Moontower Saloon shoots the South Austin vibe even further past Slaughter Lane. Bars and food trailers keep the appetites satiated, while an outdoor stage whets the Euterpean whistle. Blues, funk and Americana jam there., If you always fantasized about a place with one foot in the Continental Club and the other in Steamboat, this is it. Vallejo stages its annual Valentine’s Day show herein. No cover, and your canine friends can accompany you
South Congress bar with a Hopfields food trailer on site.
Here you'll find burgers fashioned from hormone- and antibiotic-free Black Angus beef, Buddy's grilled chicken, fresh-cut fries, and milkshakes.
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