They say the corn dogs and fries are the tastiest in South Austin, and others say the burgers are the best buy in town. We're mostly interested in the frozen custard, malts, and soft-serve.
The famous New York chain offers plenty of local flavor in its Austin outposts including exclusive concretes made with local ingredients, a craft beer selection from neighboring breweries, and a burger using sausage from Lockhart’s Kreuz Market.
Free parking in back.
This 24-hour chain founded in 1934 is still serving those sirloin burgers and hand-dipped shakes that everyone loves. Don't forget onion rings and the little crock of beans.
All of the grass-fed beef comes directly from the ranch that once belonged to Svante Magnus Swenson. The Black and Bleu Bevo Burger sounds like a winner to us.
The No. 1 rule here is that everything in the store has to be all-natural, and the core ingredients are all USDA-certified organic. Chicken, turkey, and veggie burgers are options, as well as sets of sliders.
The Longhorn Special, onion rings, and fried chicken are still amazing after the family's sale of the shop to the Galaxy and Zocalo Cafes restaurant group.
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