Provides walk-up and Downtown delivery service, and pizza options (sold by the slice or the whole pie) include vegan cheese.
One of Austin’s oldest venues, the Hole in the Wall opened in 1974 and enjoyed an early run as a folkie hangout, serving as a favorite stage for Townes Van Zandt, Nanci Griffith, and Blaze Foley. The campus-area staple later became a breeding ground for punk, cosmic country, and alternative, launching the careers of Timbuk3, Fastball, Spoon, and Shakey Graves. Forty years on, the historic two-stage dive, with a collective capacity of a couple hundred, still features live music every night and serves as an important proving ground for new bands. Always a shoestring effort, the Hole briefly shuttered in 2002 and came dangerously close to being priced out in 2015.
There are cake shakes and varieties of frozen hot chocolate here, as well as cake balls.
These hand-tossed pies are made in an indie neighborhood place so serious about New York-style pizza that the owners take the employees to the Big Apple to experience the real thing.
Chicken, biscuits, and sides.
You'll get a square meal and a fresh deal at this Tex-Mex spot that offers all the standards.
No-frills, award-winning, mesquite-smoked brisket, pork loin, sausage, chicken, and sandwiches have been served from the same smoke-redolent shack since 1943. Lunch only.
The place to bring your deer to have it properly dressed, and while you're at it, pick up some genuine, top-drawer beef jerky. Retail sales of all cuts of beef.
Get in there for those holiday specials while they last. You can have an international pancake experience 24 hours a day!
"Irie" is Jamaican for the "ultimate positive," so you'll find free wi-fi, coffee, and occasional live music.
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 selections range from traditional deli to wraps and pita pockets, plus special menu sections dedicated to heart-healthy and kids' choices.
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.
"Established in 1983 to add to students' GPA and general dating ability." The subs and clubs here might just do that.
Brunch is the news here: From healthy to heavy duty, every diner can find a favorite at the younger sister of the famed SoCo original. Counter service and pushed-back weekend hours are friendly to both early birds and hungover souls, though seating inside or on the patio can be limited during peak hours. Highlights are the expert hot/cold coffee bar, huge made-to-order pancakes, an egg white omelette, and breakfast tacos like the black bean, avocado, and pico de gallo.
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