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roaring fork in north austin


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roaring fork in north austin

nytexan | Jun 23, 2009 09:32 AM

Saturday afternoon my family and I went to the new roaring fork by the quarry in north austin.We were happy to see they serve brunch or lunch on the weekends as alot of places dont serve saturday brunch.The view of the place is am amazing and you can eat in the main dining room the outside patio which has fire pits like at the dimaggios in the domain and a big ample bar that has plenty of seating.We were started off with complementary stuicky bun type pastries which were yummy and can also be purchased for 75 cents each and well worth it.I must say the portions were large.We had a appitizers of the pork green chile which was delciious and my wife had prime rib sliders that were also very tasty and came with fries that i enjoyed.My son had a enormous plate of yummy carnitas with homemade blackbeans.I had the slamon benedict and i enjoyed it but it was the least of my favorites as it had a corncake on the bottom instead of a english muffin or a biscuit.they have happy hour 4-7 every day and apps and soups are 4 dollars off and beers are 1/2 price>its great to see north austin is continuing to give us options so we dont have to go downtown all the time for food.

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