100 Things You Need To Eat This Summer in Austin

This is the ultimate guide to the best eats this summer. Personally tasted tested and approved to help you navigate Austin in all its gastronomic glory.
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100 Things You Need To Eat This Summer in Austin

This is the ultimate guide to the best eats this summer. A humble compilation of food and drink personally tasted tested and approved. I picked a mix of favorites and bests – a list that will help you navigate Austin in all its gastronomic glory.

Dig in – first reader to complete the list wins a heart attack and boasting rights.

I launched this guide three years ago and it’s been my most popular blog post to date. I’ve completely wiped the original list and complied everything I’ve eaten in the last 6 months with 100 of my favorite spots. Last time so many people asked me for a printer friendly version to put on their fridges so sign up below and I’ll send it to your email!

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100 Things You Need To Eat This Summer in Austin

Gelateria Gemelli

1. Gelato at Gemelli’s

Gelato shop in Austin that makes gelato with local ingredients in the most insta-worthy shop with marble tables. Try the olive oil gelato with affogoto, and a negroni.

SEE ALSO: Gelato Date At Gelateria Gemelli

A Taste of Koko

2. Cocktails on Westin’s Rooftop Pool

Perched on the top of Westin Hotel, Azul Pool Bar is the tallest hotel rooftop pool bar in Austin with the best views of downtown Austin. Take a dip in the pool and then relax on the lounge chairs while you sip on a blood orange and anchiote margarita and nosh on appetizers. The pool is open to the public Sunday through Thursday.


VOX Table Brunch

3. Brunch at VOX Table

I like the brunch menu much more than the dinner menu. Absolutely loved the crab Benedict, VOX burger with the steak fries (omg those fries), and olive oil pancakes with stellar cocktails, and the Saturday Morning Toons (aka boozy cereal milk).

SEE ALSO: Best Brunch in Austin: VOX Table


Spun Ice Cream

4. Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream at Spun Ice Cream

Cool off with Spun Ice Cream’s liquid nitrogen ice cream – they make it right in front of you!


Xiao Long Bao

5. Soup Dumplings at Wu Chow

Also known as xiao long bao. You can order them at Wu Chow for dinner or during brunch on the weekends.

SEE ALSO: Wu Chow Serves Up Best Dim Sum In Austin


Kung Fu Tea

6. Bubble Tea at Kung Fu Bubble Tea

Best bubble tea in Austin, my go to is the oolong tea.


Sno Beach

7. Snow Cones at Sno Beach

Snow cones are mandatory for Texas heat.


Best Bar Food & Craft Cocktails At The Townsend Austin

8. Bites & Sips at The Townsend

A cocktail bar with a killer food menu that’s perfect for after work bites and drinks, or for a first date. Be sure to order the French fries with red miso mayo, hot chicken, and dumplings.

SEE ALSO: Best Bar Food & Craft Cocktails At The Townsend Austin


Cantine Austin

9. Breakfast Pizza at Cantine

The breakfast pizza with guanciale, potato, and fried egg makes my list of best pizzas in Austin.

SEE ALSO: Best Brunch in Austin: Cantine


Juice Society Juice Shots

10. Juice Shots at Juice Society

Try each of the organic and local juices at Juice Society with the juice flight.


Snack Bar

11. Brunch at Snack Bar

Brunch is served every day at Snack Bar until 4PM. Love the avocado quinoa with pineapple and tamago yoko. The patio is dog-friendly!



12. Tacos at Tacodeli

If you’re new to Austin, Tacodeli tacos are a must. Be sure to add the dona sauce.


Steel City Popsicles

13. Popsicles at Steel City Popsicles

Based in Alabama and new to Austin, Steel City Popsicles has the best popsicles. I’m obsessed with their passion fruit popsicles!


FIXE Austin

14. Happy Hour at FIXE

For the summer (through Labor Day), Fixe’s new Daily Social menu is available all-night, SundayThursday and then 4-7 on Friday and Saturday. The crispy fried chicken sandwich and summer fish fry is delicious.


El Chilito

15. Puffy Tacos at El Chilito

Beef puffy tacos and fresh aqua fresas at El Chilito is the perfect lunch.


Thai Kun

16. Whole Fish at Thai Kun

Thai Kun serves the most authentic Thai cuisine in Austin by Paul Qui. Be warned, the food is extremely spicy as it is authentically served in Thailand, but really, really good.

SEE ALSO: Thai Kun, Best Authentic Thai Food In Austin


Green Monster

17. Green Monster at Soup Peddler

When I’m needing something healthy and on-to-go, the Green Monster from Soup Peddler is my fav. There’s broccoli, spinach, banana, peanut butter, coconut water but it tastes just like a peanut butter smoothie.


Torchy's Tacos

18. Tacos & Frozen Margaritas at Torchy’s Tacos

Tacos are practically another food group in Austin and Torchy’s Tacos fills that need. The queso, guac, and frozen margaritas are really good.


Antonelli's Cheese

19. Cheese Date at Antonelli’s Cheese Shop

Impress your date with Antonelli’s Cheese Shop’s date night for 2 or 4 (double date!) for a cheese tasting guided by one of their experienced Cheesemongers. Tasting includes: seven cheeses (about half a pound of cheese per person), four pairings (like honey or mustard), a shared charcuterie board, a shared dessert board, baguette, olives, and almonds.



20. Japanese Iced Tea at Houndstooth

Cool off with Houndstooth’s Japanese cold brew tea. The coffee there is also pretty spectacular.


Brunch at Cafe No Se

21. Brunch at Cafe No Sé

Café No Sé is an all-day neighborhood café featuring California-inspired American dining located inside South Congress Hotel. Love the ricotta pancakes and avocado toast.

SEE ALSO: Weekend Brunch At Café No Sé


Ramen Tatsuya

22. Ramen Tatsu-Ya

Ramen Tatsu-ya now offers an all-day menu combining lunch and dinner menus. The Slurpin’ Hour from 2 – 6pm features discounts on house sake and specialty cocktails, including the Sugrdog and Kimchelada.



23. Happy Hour at Fukumoto

Happy hour is Monday through Thursday from 5 – 6:30pm with food and drink specials.


Lick Ice Cream

24. Lick Ice Creams

You can’t survive summers in Austin without Lick Ice Creams – the ice cream is made with locally sourced ingredients!



25. Watch The Game at BaseCamp

BaseCamp isn’t your typical sports bar with terrible bar food. Executive Chef Eric Kuypers, formerly of Uchi and Peached Tortilla, has created an elevated menu of 50/50 Burger, pepper crusted hanger steak, fried pickles, and charcuterie boards.



26. Brunch at Snooze

Brunch all. day. long. at Snooze from 6:30am – 2:30pm. The egg benedict, hashbrowns (ask for crispy), and pancake flights are so good.



27. Tapas Happy Hour at Bullfight

Happy hour is Monday through Friday until 6:30, half off all liquor/cocktails, beer, and bar snacks!


True Foods Kitchen

28. True Food Kitchen

Wild caught albacore tataki, edamame dumplings, and Thai grapefruit martinis.

SEE ALSO: Organic Food & Healthy Cocktails At True Food Kitchen Austin


Isla's Austin

29. Brunch at Isla’s

Island-inspired brunch with the most amazing ceviche, rum drinks, and palm tree wallpaper!

SEE ALSO: Caribbean Inspired Brunch At Isla Austin


Monte Cristo at Hey!...You Gonna Eat or What?

30. Monte Cristo at Hey!…You Gonna Eat or What?

Pit-smoked ham and mesquite-smoked turkey, cheddar, provolone and housemade cherry and fig jelly, battered in Shiner Bock and deep fried. Seriously, and I ate the entire thing.


Blenders & Bowls

31. Acai Bowls at Blender and Bowls

Fuel up on colorfulAmazonian superfuit açaí bowls at Blender and Bowls. The bowls can be customized with gluten free, vegan or paleo options accommodating all dietary preferences.


Fonda San Miguel Brunch

32. Sunday Brunch Buffet at Fonda San Miguel

Escape to Mexico at Fonda San Miguel’s Sunday brunch buffet. Indulge in chicken mole, ceviche, cochinita pibil, guacamole, and flan in a interior Mexico setting of lush plants, colorful tiles and a parrot.


Mod Market

33. Breakfast at Modern Market

Healthy, happy breakfast at Modern Market! The breakfast plates include local cage-free eggs – cooked to order, however you like them.


Seaside Escape to Alcomar

34. Ceviche at Alcomar

Aside from a beautifully designed space (reminiscent of a contemporary beach house), Alcomar’s lunch and dinner is on point with lobster, soft shell crab, snapper, gulf oysters, shrimp, scallops, as well as steak, and chicken.

SEE ALSO: Alcomar, Austin’s Seaside Escape



35. Southern Comfort at Jacoby’s

If you’re looking for a casual dinner, Jacoby’s is a ranch-to-table dining experience with elevated Southern comfort staples and locally sourced beef from their own ranch.


Liberty Kitchen

36. Shanghai Lobster at Liberty Kitchen

There’s something for everyone at Liberty Kitchen – lobster, gumbo, king crab, oysters, scallops, pasta, steak, sandwiches, and almost eggs on everything. Ask for the shanghai lobster, it’s off the menu.

SEE ALSO: Weekend Brunch At Liberty Kitchen Austin


New India

37. New India

For $8-$12, you can get a traditional Indian thali platter with curry of the day with rice, desert, achar, salad & 3 vegetables and nan or chapatti.


Paperboy Austin

38. Steak & Egg Sandwich at Paperboy

Paperboy serves deletable sandwiches, sweet and savory open faced toasts, and hearty breakfast bowls using only local farms and purveyors.

SEE ALSO: Paperboy Serves Up The Best Breakfast In Austin


Hillside Farmacy

39. Breakfast at Hillside Farmacy

Hillside Farmacy just renovated their outdoor patio and it’s the cutest for breakfast.


Sa-ten Coffee

40. Japanese Eats at Sa-Tén

Arty, Japanese coffee shop by the owners of Kome, Sa-Tén serves up light and delicious eats on their Japanese-American fusion menu, like the chicken katsu sandwich and honey toast.

SEE ALSO: Sa-Tén Coffee, Must Visit Artsy Japanese Coffee Shop in Austin


Sala & Betty French Fries

41. French Fries at Sala & Betty

The crispiest fries award goes to Sala & Betty on Airport Blvd. The fries are so crispy that they are almost translucent. You can order the fries à la carte, or you can enjoy them in the Mister T sandwich.


Unit D

42. Cauliflower Pizza at Unit D Pizzeria

The cauliflower Neapolitan pizza at Unit D Pizzeria will have you coming back for more.


Zocalo Cafe

43. Guacamole & Chips at Zocalo Cafe

Love the fresh guacamole and freshly fried chips at Zocalo Cafe. The crispy stacked enchiladas with a side of pozole soup is my go-to.


Hay Elotes

44. Fruit Cups at Hay Elotes

Fruits cup like you’ve never seen them before.


Epicerie Breakfast

45. Breakfast at Epicerie

Now here’s a delicious reason to get out of bed. Épicerie’s breakfast menu includes both savory and sweet items, along with a strong focus on the new coffee program — perfect for those who need that extra push to wake up in the morning. You can dine in the airy, cheerful dining room, or take it to-go, as all menu items are designed for on-the-run convenience.

SEE ALSO: 15 Best Breakfasts In Austin


Oysters at Clark's Oyster Bar in Austin

46. Oysters at Clark’s Oyster Bar

50 cent off oysters Monday through Sunday from 3pm – 6pm. Happy hour Monday through Friday from 3pm – 6pm includes 50 cents off oysters, 1/2 off burgers (best fancy $8 burger in town!), $5 martinis, and draft beer. Happy hour Saturday and Sunday from 3pm – 6pm includes 50 cents off oysters and 1/2 off bottles of wine.

SEE ALSO: Oyster Happy Hours In Austin For Every Day Of The Week


La Barbecue

47. La Barbecue

Best barbecue in Austin ??


Qui Austin

48. Happy Hour at Qui

Qui recently just released a new menu with dishes like the kinilaw and dinuguan, and has brought back classics like the salmon butter. Happy hour bites are $3 – $8 with ice pops making it one of my new favorite spots for happy hour!


Cow Tipping Creamery

49. Cow Tipping Creamery

Cow Tipping Creamery has officially opened their brick and mortar at the St. Philip location!


TRACE Lunch on the fly

50. Lunch On The Fly at TRACE

TRACE’s signature Lunch on the Fly is one of the best lunch specials. One starter plate, one entrée, and a to-go box of sweets from Executive Pastry Chef Angel Begaye, all for $12.


La Condesa Brunch

51. Brunch at La Condesa

Huevos rancheros – fried eggs, corn tortillas, black beans, queso fresco, cilantro, salsa ranchera, and salsa tasting is the best way to start the weekend.



52. Happy Hour at Contigo

Happy hour is Monday through Thursday from 5 – 7pm. $1 off bar snacks (love the crispy green beans), $1 off all draft beer, $1 off wine by the glass, and $2 off signature cocktails.



53. Brunch Buffet at Benji’s

For only $17.99, you can have all-you-can-eat migas, chicken and waffles, sopapilla French toast, biscuits and gravy, ceviche, aqua frescas, and more.


Snow Monster

54. Shaved Ice at Snow Monster

Cool off with Snow Monster’s different snow ice flavors: green tea, strawberry, passion fruit, taro and mango. Pick from toppings like resh fruit, jellies, boba, egg pudding, and ice cream.

SEE ALSO: The Best Shaved Ice in Austin



55. Cocktails at Whisler’s

Whisler’s is East Austin’s destination for authentic craft cocktails, eccentric entertainment and kick-back patio hang time.


Amy's Ice Cream

56. Amy’s Ice Cream

Summer essential in Austin!


Kome Austin

57. Sushi at Komé

My favorite spot for sushi – the fish is always super fresh!


Stephen F Frostin'

58.  Paletas from Stephen F. Frostin’

Boozy pineapple mango margarita paleta. South Congress Hotel is hosting the Ice Cream Social every Sunday this summer in the Courtyard with frosty treats from Stephen F. Frostin’ ice cream truck, live music, drink specials and free valet parking.


Sugar Mama's

59. Cupcakes at Sugar Mama’s

Best cupcakes in Austin are at Sugar Mama’s, they even have vegan and gluten-free options.


Dolce Neve

60. Sorbet at Dolce Neve

Nectarine and strawberry sorbet at Dolce Neve in a fresh waffle cone.


Healthy Cocktails & Farm-to-Table Salads At Vinaigrette Austin

61. Salads at Vinaigrette

The New Mexican salad bistro serves up farm-to-table salads with local produce, refreshing pressed juice cocktails, and sustainable wine and beer selection.

SEE ALSO: Healthy Cocktails & Farm-to-Table Salads At Vinaigrette Austin


Easy Tiger Sandwich

62. Pretzel & Beer Cheese at Easy Tiger

Hang out at Easy Tiger’s Beer Garden and nosh on pretzel, beer cheese, and plenty of craft beers on tap.


Ube Ice Cream

63. Ube Ice Cream at Filipino Asian Mart

Ube is a sweet, purple yam used in Filipino desserts. It’s not too sweet so with the coconut milk, the Ube Ice Cream is so good for summer.


Topgolf Austin

64. Injectable Donut Holes at Topgolf

24 cinnamon-sugar dusted donut holes with chocolate, raspberry jelly or Bavarian cream filling. Hit a couple of balls on the range and snack on donut holes.


Holy Trinity at Freedman's Barbecue

65. Holy Mary at Freedman’s Bar

A quart of Forty Creek, smoked tomato, lemon, worcestershire, divine intervention: topped by a half pound brisket, sausage, and spare ribs.


Sushi Burrito

66. Sushi Burrito at Whole Foods

Sushi, meet burrito. You can find these ginormous rolls at the sushi stand in Whole Foods.



67. Iced Latte at Manaña

South Congress Hotel’s Manaña coffee shop makes an excellent iced latte.


Flyrite Chicken

68. Chicken Sandwich at Flyrite Chicken

Crispy chicken sandwiches, fries, and six homemade sauces.


Pizzeria Vetri

69. Crudo Pizza at Pizzeria Vetri

Love the Crudo pizza with prosciutto crudo, bufala mozzarella, parmigiano, and fried pizza dough with citrus fennel sugar.


Louie Mueller Barbecue

70. Louie Mueller Barbecue

Kingdom of Texas barbecue – the beef ribs are to die for and worth the drive.


Josephine House

71. Burger & fries at Josephine House

Even though the fries at Josephine House aren’t available à la carte, you sure won’t be complaining about the Josephine house burger with Grafton cheddar and harissa aïoli.


Odd Duck

72. Fish Tacos at Odd Duck

The fried fish tacos at Odd Duck are made with sweet corn, green tomato pico, and jalapeño mayo. Love the puffy taco salad for lunch too.


Chilantro Kimchi Fries

73. Kimchi Fries at Chi’Lantro BBQ

If you haven’t had Chi’lantro’s famous kimchi fries, you haven’t lived. Choose from ribeye beef, spicy pork, spicy chicken, soy-glazed chicken, or tofu, caramelized kimchi, cheddar + monterey jack, onions, cilantro, sesame seeds, sriracha, and magic sauce.


Sister Coffee

74. Boobie Coffee at Sister Coffee

No boobies were harmed in the making of this coffee. Cute new coffee shop that just opened in East Austin.


Ski Shores

75. Big Kahuna Burger at Ski Shores

Laid-back lakeside fun on a huge deck at Ski Shores that has had a intrinsically cool Austin vibe since 1954. What could be better than relaxing with your toes in the water of Lake Austin, while munching a Big Kahuna burger with a cold beer?


Tea Haus, Austin

76. Basil Chicken at Tea Haus

Basil chicken and bubble tea at Tea Haus is my jam.



77. Boozy Milkshakes at Hopdoddy

Favorite fries in Austin are hands down Hopdoddy’s truffle fries with extra truffle sauce and chipotle ketchup! Along with a side of Primetime burger and caramel and sea salt milkshake.


Hops & Grain

78. Hops & Grain Brewery Tour

Tours are given Tuesday through Friday at 5pm and Saturdays at 1, 3 and 5pm – approximately 45 minutes and include special samples not available in the tap room.


Holla Mode

79. Thai Rolled Ice Cream at Holla Mode

Ice cream liquid made with local dairy milk ($1 for a dairy-free option with organic coconut milk) is poured onto frozen surface and scrape into rolls then topped with your choice of toppings. You have to see this for yourself.


Peached Tortilla

80. Brunch at Peached Tortilla

Start your Sunday with a delicious and boozy brunch at the Peached Tortilla. The Korean Steak & Eggs bowl with sous vide hanger steak and sunny side up egg is a must. Pro tip: Ask for an extra side of pork belly!

SEE ALSO: You Need To Try The Korean Steak & Eggs Bowl At The Peached Tortilla


El Tacorrido

81. El Equinox at El Tacorrido

The tacos are only $2.25 each and wash them down with the El Equinox – iced horchata with a shot of espresso.


Sawyer & Co

82. Breakfast at Sawyer & Co

Cajun and creole breakfast in a retro-modern diner.


Rockstar Bagels

83. Rockstar Bagels

Lox, onions, capers, cream cheese, and homemade bagel. BOOM.


VIA 313

84. Detrioter Pizza at Via 313

The detrioter pizza – smoked pepperoni under the cheese with natural casing pepperoni on top. Ask for extra crispy, you’re welcome.


Emmer & Rye

85. Dinner at Emmer & Rye

The night I dined at Emmer & Rye, I declared it the best restaurant of 2015. Five months later, Food & Wine Magazine named Chef Kevin Fink one of the best Food & Wine Best New Chefs for 2016. The menu is seasonal and the team mills their own grain into flour for their homemade pasta every morning.

SEE ALSO: Best Austin Restaurant Of The Year Is Emmer & Rye



86. Ice Cream Sammies at Moojo

Gourmet ice cream sandwiches made with fresh, all-natural ingredients. A scoop of McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream, smashed between two warm, freshly baked homemade cookies.



87. Biscuits at Olamaie

The biscuit of all biscuits that started the biscuit craze in Austin. The biscuits are off the menu so be sure to ask for them.

SEE ALSO: 3 Best Biscuits In Austin That You Need To Try


Ron Burgundy

88. Donut Burgers at Gourdough’s

Meet the donut burger, Ron Burgundy. Angus beef, bacon, fried egg, two slices of American cheese, cilantro, guacamole, sliced tomato and mayo between two hot doughnuts.


Macarons In Austin

89. Macarons at La Patisserie

La Patisserie makes French macarons fresh every day with different rotating flavors.


Boiler Nine

90. Lunch at Boiler Nine

Fire up the grill at Boiler Nine with the Boiler Nine burger and confit fried chicken thigh. Head to the observatory rooftop deck for an incredible view of the city.

SEE ALSO: First Look At Boiler Nine + Grill at Seaholm Power Plant


Science Cream

91. Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream at Science Cream

Creamy ice cream made with liquid nitrogen right before your eyes on SoCo.


General Tso Boy

92. General Tso Boy

General Tso chicken sandwich and the honey walnut shrimp sandwich – both with Easy Tiger bread is TSO good. Love the spicy fries and the milk soft serve!



93. Brunch at Irene’s

Newest restaurant from the ELM Restaurant Group (24 Diner, Italic, and Easy Tiger) that’s become the hot spot for brunch.


No Va

94. Date Night at No Va

No Va is the cutest restaurant on Rainey Street with live music that’s perfect for date night. Try the Brussels Sprouts, Quail with sweet corn puree, Springdale Farm salad, and steak frites. The restaurant is also very accommodating for dietary restrictions.



95. Gelato Pops at Venezia Gelato

Venezia Gelato just opened on South Lamar serving authentic gelato by this sweet Italian couple that just moved from Italy. The Mr Rings are made with donut gelato coated with icing and can be customized with a personal message. Hint hint: proposal idea 😉 They can also customize your latte too!


Churros Co

96. Churros at Churros Co

Best churros I’ve ever had. The Campfire has churros tossed in graham cracker sugar, topped with Mexican chocolate sauce, whipped cream and torched marshmallows.



Photo credit: @asia_sartor

97. Frozen Custard at Sandy’s Hamburgers

I’m embarrassed to say that I’ve lived in Austin for 9 years and I’m just now trying Sandy’s. The old fashioned hamburger starts at $2.89 and the frozen custard is $1.49 for a small cone.


77 Degrees

98. Caymen Account Cocktail at 77° Rooftop Bar

77° Degrees is the newest rooftop bar located on Rock Rose at Domain Northside. Grab an exotic rum drink and take a spin on their chairs. You could say I had too much fun while I was there.


Italic Restaurant in Austin

99. Brunch Buffet at Italic

$25 all-you-can-eat feast brunch at Italic with à la carte options (including pizza), $3 brunch cocktails and free parking all day! $10 per person for house wine or mimosa carafe service.


Austin City Lemons

100. Lemonade at Austin City Lemons

Cutest lemonade stand on South Congress called Austin City Lemons. Stop by for a cup of happiness (that’s what they’re really called!) and explore the shops on South Congress.


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  • What a great round up of summer eats! I have tried several of these but many I have not. I think I need to change that stat! PS Your photos are stunning! I think you should teach a class on how to take good photos at restaurants! : )

  • JOn

    Not one, but TWO mentions of el Chilito?????????? And not mention of Live Oak bbq. The writer called Franklin “Franklin’s”, so she obviously has no idea in the first place.

    • Betty

      Anyone who knows Austin bbq knows that Live Oak doesn’t make the list of top Austin bbq joints. Several places (including Franklin, spelled correctly or not) are so much better. You obviously have no idea in the first place.

    • Thomcat

      Perhaps you could go write your own blog so people like you…can rip on your article.

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  • Emma

    Oh my goodness, I am drooling over my cereal as I look through your photos. They’re amazing! I am going to make it my summer quest to try most of the places on your list. Thanks for sharing!

  • Son

    Props to Patrizi’s for making the list with the Cacio e Pepe! Congrats to my old roommate!

  • Jay

    Surprised Pieous didnt make it on here!

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  • So hungry. These pictures are gorgeous. Thanks for this!

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  • David Cassidy

    Fabulous all star list of must eats. Love it. @twotablesatx

  • Juliet

    Love this list but it needs some updating – some of these dishes aren’t on the menu anymore! And of course they were the things that made me drool the most (and prompted me to look at their menu online) – namely the grilled peaches at Swift’s Attic, and the honey rosemary fried chicken at Salty Sow. Don’t tease us please 😉

  • Katherine Patton

    I wish I could read your entire list, but the popup (or whatever it is) with buttons to tweet, like on FB, pin, or however I want to share it, covers the first six or so characters of each line of text, and THIS IS SUPER-ANNOYING. There is no way to move it or make it go away, so I am leaving your page, never to return.

  • Oh lord. This has inspired me to go get some dock-and-roll… I think 🙂

    • Jane Ko

      It’s so good!

  • Love this blog! Beautifully done.
    I don’t know if this is on your Fall list but have you had Perry’s Pork Chop lunch special? please try it soon! AMAZING! and their bread, whoah.
    Also, I am Yogurtland’s BIGGEST fan! I go with my husband every single day of the week no joke. BUT when I’m in Austin, I love to go to Berry Austin on 2nd & Colorado. Please try that one too. I’ll be looking at this blog everyday!

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  • poryorick

    #14. Papi Tino’s closed last December.

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  • I consider myself pretty well versed in the Austin food scene and this has some incredible looking suggestions I’ve never heard of! Excited to discover a few new places in town.


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