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Nixta Taqueria serves some of the best tacos in the city out of a low-key space in East Austin.
Loro is an Asian smokehouse from the teams behind Franklin Barbecue and Uchi. And yes, it’s exactly as great as you’d expect.
Le Politique in Downtown Austin is a place to see, be seen, and eat some great French food.
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.
Veracruz in East Austin makes the hands-down the greatest migas taco we’ve ever tasted. You won't be mad at the quesadillas, either.
Emmer & Rye’s seasonal small plates and beautiful space make it one of the better places for a special occasion dinner.
Mattie’s at Green Pastures is a historical restaurant serving Southern food and a great brunch in Bouldin Creek.
June’s All Day is a cool, casual cafe on South Congress we endorse for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks.
Kura serves conveyor belt sushi in North Loop. The fish won’t be outstanding, but your meal will be fun.
Picnik on Burnet Road is an extremely healthy place that’s actually extremely good.
Micklethwait is a BBQ trailer in East Austin. It’s not a classic yet, but these guys know what they’re doing.
Trancas is easily churning out some of the best tacos in town from its Cesar Chavez truck. Get there before it's no longer under the radar.
Pueblo Viejo in East Austin has some breakfast tacos in town, and it’s also open until midnight on weekends for your post-6th St. drinking needs.
El Chilito has a few locations around Austin, and they’re all reliable spots for tacos and burritos.