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Austin

Keep it weird. Find the best places to eat in Austin, from great cocktail bars to the perfect place for breakfast tacos.

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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