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.
If you're out early, swing by for breakfast tacos starting at 7am. It's either the solid Tex-Mex complemented by the bottomless salsa bar or the pitchers of frozen margaritas that draw them in for lunch and dinner.
Fresh sauces, rotisserie meats, and a friendly atmosphere make this a welcome addition to Austin Tex-Mex.
Enjoy muchas margaritas and full-service Tex-Mex at any of their locations.
Taking its name from a long gone 1970's music venue that was beloved in the neighborhood, this incarnation puts the food center stage. The tacos are based around family recipes on handmade tortillas.
This taqueria features cheap breakfast specials and Jalisco-style barbacoa by the plate or pound.
A bright blip on the radar for lovers of goat meat, the menu is very complete for a taquería, but Mario, the taquero, also adds seasonal specials, based on what he finds at the market. During corn season he offers an exemplary elote, sweet caramelized grilled corn slathered with mayo, crema fresca, cheese, and chile, with a squeeze of lime. He'll slice it off of the cob to serve it as esquites if you ask.
The closest full-service restaurant to the Travis County Expo Center serves all your south-of-the-border faves – especially those that come in a glass.
This popular venue specializes in El Paso-style variations such as stacked Santa Fe enchiladas, along with excellent margaritas and Dos Equis on tap.
Find all conceivable combos of menu items, plus specials such as chile rellenos, chimichangas, Veracruz fish, and steak tampiqueño.
Here you'll find some of the best burgers and Tex-Mex in town, but it's the margaritas and Mexican martinis that keep us going during the occasional long wait.
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