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The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats
Pig Vicious is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

1. Pig Vicious

5.6
1001 e 6th st, Austin, TX
Amerikanisches Restaurant · 16 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: All about delicious and innovative ways to serve tasty pig, we recommend The Heartstopper Club and bacon milkshake.

Gourdough's is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

2. Gourdough's

8.9
1503 S 1st St (at Monroe), Austin, TX
Donut-Shop · Bouldin Creek · 219 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: With baked goods as unique as Austin itself, this little specialty shop doles out some of the most lavish and indulgent doughnuts you may ever encounter. We recommend the PB&J and the Mother Clucker.

Phoenicia is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

3. Phoenicia

7.3
4701 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX
Orientalisches Restaurant · Brentwood · 15 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Swing by for Mediterranean specialties, but make sure you don't leave without trying their homemade breaks and baklava. We also recommend the Zatar Bread.

Olivia is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

4. Olivia

2043 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX
Neuamerikanisches Restaurant · Zilker · 62 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Chef James Holmes made sure his menu included a treatise about buying from local farms, foragers and ranchers, and it shows with his fresh and changing takes on Texas-style cuisine. Get the S.O.S.

The Mighty Cone is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

5. The Mighty Cone

8.1
1720 Barton Springs Rd (Sterzing St), Austin, TX
Imbisswagen · Zilker · 48 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: They're known for their tortilla cones which they fill with crispy chicken, deep fried avocado, crispy shrimps - the list goes on! We suggest: Deep Fried Avocado or Hot & Crunchy Chicken Cones.

MAX's Wine Dive Austin is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

6. MAX's Wine Dive Austin

7.7
207 San Jacinto Blvd Ste 200 (btwn 2nd & 3rd St.), Austin, TX
Weinbar · Downtown Austin · 141 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Competitively priced wines, mouth-wateringly good fried foods & a motto that reads: "Fried Chicken & Champagne After Midnight-Why the Hell Not?" Get Pan Borracho, Fried Chicken and Alligator Beignets.

The Jalopy Rotisserie and Press is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

7. The Jalopy Rotisserie and Press

1502 San Antonio St (15th), Austin, TX
Sandwich-Imbiss · Downtown Austin · 30 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Homemade sauces and home-pickled vegetables, all on a rotisserie chicken sandwich. We recommend The Caprese.

Mellizoz Tacos is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

8. Mellizoz Tacos

6.7
1503 S 1st St #B (at Elizabeth Street W), Austin, TX
Taco-Imbiss · Bouldin Creek · 51 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: 42 foot stationary trailer that prides itself on family tradition and using fresh ingredients. Get the Padre Taco.

Holy Cacao is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

9. Holy Cacao

1311 S 1st St (W Gibson Street), Austin, TX
Imbisswagen · Bouldin Creek · 34 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Hot chocolate, cool cake shakes, and cake balls on a stick are the highlights at this food truck that encourages indulgence in manageable portions. Try a cake shake or Frozen Mexican Hot Chocolate.

G'Raj Mahal Cafe is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

10. G'Raj Mahal Cafe

8.3
73 Rainey St (at Holly St.), Austin, TX
Indisches Restaurant · Downtown Austin · 117 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Eclectic and artsy stationary trailer that serves naan freshly baked in their tandoori oven, as well as other authentic Goan dishes from Goa, India. We suggest the Rechard Masala Shrimp.

Franklin Barbecue is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

11. Franklin Barbecue

9.1
900 E 11th St (at Branch St), Austin, TX
Grill-Imbiss · Central East Austin · 352 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: This roadside mobile restaurant doesn't merely churn out some of the best barbecue on the block, it makes some of the best brisket, ribs and pulled pork in the entire country. Fatty Brisket is a must.

El Naranjo is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

12. El Naranjo

7.9
85 Rainey St, Austin, TX
Mexikanisches Restaurant · Downtown Austin · 53 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Acclaimed chef Iliana de la Vega serves up authentic Oaxacan cuisine at her El Naranjo mobile trailer in Austin, Texas. We suggest the Mole Rojo.

Cuban Sandwich Cafe is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

13. Cuban Sandwich Cafe

1804 Briarcliff Blvd, Austin, TX
Kubanisches Restaurant · Windsor Park · 5 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: Enrique left Regla, Cuba at the age of five, and now owns this Cuban bakery in Austin. Don't miss the café con leche with cuban coffee, espresso, milk, and sugar or the Pastelito de Queso.

Chi'lantro BBQ is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

14. Chi'lantro BBQ

8.4
823 Congress Ave (at E 9th St), Austin, TX
Imbisswagen · Old West Austin · 114 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: This mobile truck serves Korean-Mexican inspired tacos, burritos, quesadillas and burgers, and zests things up with a little cilantro in nearly every dish. We suggest the Hawaiian Bulgogi Burger.

Cazamance is one of The Ultimate Guide to Austin Eats.

15. Cazamance

7.8
1102 E Cesar Chavez St (btwn Walter St and Medina St), Austin, TX
Afrikanisches Restaurant · South Lamar · 11 Tipps und Bewertungen

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel: A fusion of flavors and styles influenced by Co-Owner and Head Chef's West African upbringing, as well as his experiences living in France, New York, and Austin. Try the Seared Yassa Chicken.