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A Bite Size Guide to Austin, Texas

Planning a trip to Austin, Texas? Here’s where to eat, drink, and stay, and what to see and do. In the middle of Texas sits a neon blue oasis fluent to a litany of desires. Whether it’s delicious food...

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Eddie V's

by Greg Spence 21 years ago

About a week ago, I went to the new Austin prime steak/seafood venue called Eddie V's. I'm not hopeful. The place has a very nice polished wood white linens steakhouse feel and the service was q...

Austin-Some random suggestions

by JBies 21 years ago

Just a few suggestions for visitors etc. I'm going ot stay completely out of the BBQ and Tex-Mex areas. Those seem to be beaten to death. Those looking for an excellent cup of coffee in the dow...

Austin another suggestion

by JBies 21 years ago

Central Market 39th and Lamar. Well worth a visit. I forgot to include it as a good place for a quick lunch. They have a food court with a fairly extensive menu. Lovely outdoor deck adjointing a n...

Austin food report

by Cathy 22 years ago

Just got back from a trip that included four days in Austin. Thought I’d report on some of my food experiences. Breakfast places included Cisco’s, which has been discussed on this board before, ...

Austin - addresses/phone #'s

by Cathy 22 years ago

Sorry, I should have included specific locations for the places I mentioned. Here they are (missing some phone numbers.) Cisco's, 1511 E. 6th Street. 512-478-2420. Curra's, 614 E. Oltorf, 512-4...

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