17 "Tex-Mex" Restaurants in Austin.
Kemuri Tatsu-ya is serving Japanese/barbecue/Tex-Mex fusion in East Austin, and it’s one of the greatest meals you can have in the city right now.
There are many places to get great tacos in Austin, but Torchy’s Tacos is the best.
Tacodeli is home to the best breakfast tacos in town, and therefore the best breakfast tacos in the world.
We don't use the term 'legit' often, but there's no other way to describe Tamale House East. Hit it for the breakfast tacos and best migas in town.
The best cheap Tex Mex breakfast in town. Fill up on a pile of eggs, bacon, potatoes, cheese, and tortillas for $5.
The rare tourist destination that locals love too. This is one of the more fun Tex-Mex hangs in town.
A classic Austin Tex-Mex establishment that's one of our favorite places for queso and margs.
Curra’s exists in a class with other local mainstays Maudie's and Gueros, operating on a platform of old Austin nostalgia, margaritas, and queso.
Matt’s El Rancho, home to the famous Bob Armstrong queso dip, is as classic Tex-Mex as it gets.
El Chile has three things that no other spot on Manor has: strong margaritas, puffy tacos, and a big patio.
For a classic Tex-Mex breakfast, go to Cisco’s in East Austin.
Kerbey Lane is a classic Austin spot for breakfast, brunch, and late night eats in Austin. The original Kerbey Lane spot is still our favorite.