This restaurant, opened for business for over 30 years, is still serving up delicious Interior Mexican in a lovely setting. The empanadas, frijoles a la charra, beef tenderloin, and anything with the mole sauce is not to be missed. Also check out the extensive gluten-free menu.
Refined comfort food. Extensive gluten-free options.
Carnivores will love the Leeburger, a huge double-meat, double-cheese hamburger stuffed with fresh jalapeños. The Philly Cheesesteak is also terrific. Stop by for takeout on your way to Pace Bend Park.
Los Pinos provides a balance of Tex-Mex and Interior Mexican cuisines. Be sure to try the fish borracho: tilapia swimming in chipotle-cream sauce, corn, and mushrooms. The tortillas and aguas frescas are made fresh daily.
Everyone will find favorite dishes on this enormous menu. Try the Neptune Platter.
This popular chain offers an Italian kitchen specializing in pizza, pasta, and sandwiches, a prepared food case, and a small grocery of imported goods.
This family-oriented business serves good thin-crust pizza, sandwiches, calzones, and a few pasta dishes. The counter service is friendly, and takeout is fast and easy.
You may crave a conventional Margherita pizza or something really wild like the Mother Lode – a combination of pepperoni, sausage, ground sirloin, bacon, onions, mushrooms, and green and red bell peppers.
The menu here features old-fashioned combination plates, but also offers interior specialties such as carnitas and carne guisada tacos.
In this "Tex-Mex Heaven," they serve breakfast every day and make their margaritas with fresh-squeezed juices.
Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin. Support the Chronicle