29 "Tex-Mex" Restaurants in Austin.
Valentina’s churns out a beautiful fusion of our city’s greatest cuisines: Tex-Mex and barbecue. It’s absolutely worth the trip to Manchaca.
Dai Due Taqueria - an offshoot of the East Austin butcher shop/restaurant - makes al pastor and breakfast tacos in the downtown food hall Fareground.
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.
The family-run Joe's Bakery & Coffee Shop is an East Side staple serving Tex-Mex/Mexican diner food that’s been around since 1962.
Franklin Barbecue’s Tacos & Coffee trailer in East Austin serves breakfast tacos using their famous smoked brisket.
The tacos coming out of Tacos Guerreros, a tiny, orange, one-woman trailer on the East Side, are spectacular.
Tamale House East on East 6th Street makes some of the breakfast tacos and migas in town.
Matt’s El Rancho, home to the famous Bob Armstrong queso dip, is as classic Tex-Mex as it gets.
Pueblo Viejo is a taco trailer down south at Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden, with great breakfast tacos.
Tacodeli is home to the best breakfast tacos in town, and therefore the best breakfast tacos in the world.
In a gas station parking lot in Windsor Park, the trailer Taqueria Mi Trailita serves consistently outstanding tacos, especially breakfast tacos.
Taco-Mex hits that sweet spot in the breakfast taco venn diagram of cheap, fast, and good. It’s commonly known as “Taco Window.”
El Primo is a trailer that serves great breakfast tacos and quesadillas on South First Street.
The best cheap Tex Mex breakfast in town. Fill up on a pile of eggs, bacon, potatoes, cheese, and tortillas for $5.