Check out one of the 55-inch hi-def TVs, and wash down an excellent chicken-fried chicken with the coldest beer around.
In addition to a full espresso bar and French bakery, this place has an extensive menu including sweet and savory crepes, quiches, and croque-monsieurs. Sandwiches are available as paninis or on a fresh half-baguette, and all breads and pastries are baked in-house.
You'll be rewarded with fresh, delicious breakfast food, plus a healthy and inviting selection of soups, salads, and sandwiches.
Frankie Hoch started with a modified propane tank welded onto a trailer. Now he and his partners are mopping meat for Travis County barbecue fans, who say it's all good.
The sandwich selection ranges from traditional deli to wraps and pita pockets, and there are special menu sections dedicated to heart-healthy and kids' choices.
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.
In addition to the sandwiches on fresh bread, daily soups, and hand-tossed salads, you'll find tasty pastries.
A staple on the country circuit since 1997, Poodie’s is one of those Spicewood haunts that’s paid its dues. Booze, burgers, and a little Western swing have cured even the most broken of cowboy hearts – and no one’s talking about retiring that remedy, Willie Nelson included. Named for the Red-Headed Stranger’s late stage manager, Randall “Poodie” Locke, the old bar has come to mean more than just nights of debauchery on the road. It’s a nearby escape, one you can take any time you choose. 300 seats. No kids.
With a quarter-century in Austin dishing out tamales and fajitas, Rosie's also boasts homemade pralines.
Good-quality smoked meats are available by the pound, along with all the white bread, pickles, onions, and peppers you need.
is a definitive Texas barbecue joint with window service, picnic tables, and a smoking pit out back. Meat is available by the sandwich, the plate, or the pound, and it's still BYOB.
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