They use only Angus beef from cows that have been fed a 100% vegetarian diet with no artificial growth hormones or antibiotics. The sandwiches go on preservative-free, locally baked bread. The shakes are made by hand with Blue Bell ice creams. What else does one need to know?
Food truck serves an eclectic menu inspired by Hawaiian flavors, including kalua pork and cabbage in banana leaves, a teriyaki angus beef burger, and poke.
This neighborhood burger joint is a great place to enjoy hand-shaped patties and a wealth of fried sides. And yes, that guy or gal pulling the tap or handing you some serious Frito pie was in that punk band you saw the other night.
Build your own burger at this restaurant with a convenient location. Try its bulgogi burger, or if you are up for a challenge, take on the spicy bulgogi burger.
Casino el Camino is famous for huge, juicy burgers with a variety of toppings and excellent hot dogs smothered in chili. Vegetarian options are available, and there's a fabulous jukebox, too.
Everything from Chef Jesse Griffiths' unassuming hotspot is local, even the tea. Expect the choicest cuts of meat, just out of the water seafood, and barely harvested vegetables. The service is as adept as the kitchen.
Austin's Hamburger King, Dan Junk, may be known for his trademark fresh burgers and friendly service, but the weekend breakfast is the real draw.
One of several burger outlets operated by Austin's Hamburger King, Dan Junk, whose trademark has always been good, fresh food and friendly service.
One of several burger outlets operated by Austin's hamburger king, Dan Junk, whose trademark has always been good, fresh food and friendly service.
This beloved, no-frills North Campus eatery has been keeping UT students well-fed since 1926. Just don't take the "Dirty" part too literally; the name is a nod to the dirt floor that was in place until concrete was poured in 1951.
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