Known for it's casual ambiance and delicious Tex-Mex cuisine, Baby's A's was founded in 1981 and is most famous for its Baby A's Soup and Purple margaritas. Baby Acapulco had a small beginning with the owners selling tacos on 6th street, but eventually became the Baby A's that we know today with 5 different locations in the Austin Area. Each location is different in its design and atmosphere. It is still family owned and operated, and it is not unusual to see the owners on a busy Friday or Saturday Night. All of our food is made fresh daily from the salsa, to guacamole, and chile con queso.
The Famous Purple Margarita and Happy Hour at Baby A's AustinIt is not grape flavored, but it is out of this world. The recipe for this margarita has been a family secret for over 20 years. Because of the potency, customers are limited to 2 Purples. However, the Purple is only one of 13 flavors. We also serve Mango, Peach, Strawberry, Cantaloupe, Coconut, Lime, and many more!!! Try one during Happy Hour All day on Monday and Tuesday. From 2:00pm - 7:00pm Wednesday through Friday. We offer $1.00 off most margaritas and $0.50 off beer. Plus get 1/2 price appetizers: queso, queso compuesto, and ground beef nachos
About Baby A's Austin MenuBaby A's has quite a variety to choose from with seafood, vegetarian, beef, chicken, and pork items that will melt in your mouth. Try our Baby Acapulco Soup: Perfect for a rainy or cold day. This soup has been called a "soothing bowl of bliss" by the Austin American Statesman. This hearty soup is packed with shredded chicken, tortilla strips, Monterrey jack cheese, and avocado chunks. It is then served with Mexican rice, cilantro, and chopped onions. And what about Enchiladas? You can't go wrong with 9 different types of enchiladas to choose from. If you are feeling a little exotic, try our seafood enchiladas which are stuffed with sautéed scallops, shrimp, calamari, and fresh spinach, then topped with a delicious creamy seafood sauce, and served with black beans, Mexican rice and fresh mango salsa.
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