Colombian food truck located at Pangea Lounge.
Food trailer specializing in Brazilian street food.
There is a good reason why Argentina-born chef Reina Morris is well-regarded for her exemplary baked goods. Her empanadas are a bite of heaven, with wonderful savory treasures encased in delicate, flaky crusts. Both the texture and flavor of the lomito beef sandwich is as good as it gets, with perfectly cooked tenderloin slathered with the house signature chimichurri sauce on a soft baguette. Meanwhile, the desserts for which regulars save room will be glowing in the pastry case in all of their glory, so before you get those alfajores for later, consider quatro leches cake, or pionono roulade with fresh strawberries.
Just half a mile east of I-35, you’ll find authentic Colombian flavors in freshly prepared beef, chicken, and tilapia dishes.
This Caribbean food trailer's specialty is handmade beef, chicken, and vegetable empanadas.
This cozy, comfortable place serves Mexican and Salvadoran specialties. We recommend the fried plantains, banana-leaf tamales, and pupusas.
Killa Wasi is one of the most joyfully unpretentious restaurants in Austin. Duck inside of a teal school bus to find their delicious Peruvian-inspired fare, where everything inside – from the yellow bottles of bubblegum-sweet Inca Kola to the cheery chalkboard – pops brightly with color.
This Venezuelan street food truck specializes in three classics: French baguette sandwiches, hot dogs, and parrilla (Venezuelan barbecue) bowls. They've got vegetarian options and a killer guasacaca.
Take in the city from East Austin Hotel's rooftop bar with classic or modern cocktails and food inspired by Central and South America, the Caribbean, and beyond.
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