At Franklin BBQ in downtown Austin you can enjoy the best BBQ in the country. The menu features meats by the pound, sandwiches, and plates.
Guero's Taco Bar in Austin, TX has been a popular South Austin taqueria since 1986, when owners Rob and Cathy Lippencott opened a modest restaurant on East Oltorf Street.
The original Hopdoddy on South Congress Avenue in Austin TX offers the perfect union of burgers and beer.
Opening in the early 90's Hula Hut has been Austin favorite with its twin bars that extend directly over the Lake Austin. It's a rare lake restaurant icon that has served the test of time and nearly everybody in Aust.
Mai Thai Invites you to enjoy authentic Thai cuisine in downtown Austin. The menu offers everything from noodles to curry and a few specialty dishes.
The Salt Lick Bar-B-Que restaurants in Driftwood TX, right outside of Austin, provides the perfect Texas Bar-B-Q experience.
Frank in Austin's downtown Warehouse District offers cold beers and great hot dogs. With one of Austin's best Sunday brunches, it's a fun and affordable place to eat great food.
Hut's Hamburgers in downtown Austin features some of the best hamburgers in Austin since the beginning of time. They have historically won countless best burger awards, don't have a ridiculous line, and usually land around $8.00 a burger.