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    • 1.
      8.9
      801 Red River St (at E 8th St)
      BBQ$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Kevin B.

        Kevin B. • September 10, 2013Awesome ribs and beef brisket. The Mac-n-Cheese and Spinach are a must for the sides.

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    • 2.
      9.5
      900 E 11th St (at Branch St)
      BBQ$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Kyle B.

        Kyle B. • August 16, 2011The hype is absolutely for real: this is the best BBQ in the U.S. You can't go wrong regardless of what you choose, but the brisket is the MVP of the lineup. But get here early, they will sell out.

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    • 3.
      9.0
      621 E 7th St (at Sabine)
      Korean$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Chris C.

        Chris C. • February 12, 2010There honestly isn't a bad thing on the menu, I've had it all. Be sure to go on a Friday for the Lemon Salmon special, only available that day while it lasts!

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    • 4.
      9.2
      450 7th Street (Trinity)
      Food Truck$ $ $ $
      • LaLa S.

        LaLa S. • February 1, 2012Spicy falafel with hummus on the side. Nom, nom, nom. Always fresh and delicious. Falafel crispy outside, warm and soft inside.

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    • 5.
      9.3
      303 Red River St (at E 3rd St)
      American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • A Ross

        A Ross • March 19, 2013Have been here twice & no one has left disappointed. Waterloo Compound is my cocktail of choice, all the food delivers (yummy green chile grits!) Seems to be constantly packed, so make a reservation.

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    • 6.
      8.9
      301 E 6th St (at San Jacinto Blvd)
      New American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Shelby H.

        Shelby H. • May 16, 2013The upstairs patio was gorgeous, our dinner was sublime, and the service rocked! I loved it!

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    • 7.
      9.0
      301 E 5th St
      Seafood$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Mary W.

        Mary W. • February 10, 2012Our waiter, Jason, knew every item on the menu and could describe it down to the last ingredient. My filet was cooked perfectly and the creme brûlée was to die for! (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)

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    • 8.
      8.9
      507 San Jacinto Blvd (btwn 5th & 6th St.)
      Pizza$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Natanya A.

        Natanya A. • December 21, 2011The marinated olives are a must. Simple but so tasty. Try them with a glass of prosecco.

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    • 9.
      9.0
      1001 East 6th St
      Food Truck$ $ $ $
      • Adam L.

        Adam L. • August 31, 2011Chicken quesadilla taco has become my favorite taco in the city! And a bottle of sidrel mundet washes it down nicely!

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    • 10.
      9.4
      Congress Ave (at 4th St)
      Food Truck$ $ $ $
      • Serious Eats

        Serious Eats • March 1, 2013This coffee is rich, creamy, smooth, and reminiscent of the chocolatey espressos in Italy.

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    • 11.
      8.9
      201 E 6th St (Brazos St.)
      Food Truck$ $ $ $
      • Jen D.

        Jen D. • June 24, 2012Everytime I go to Austin, I have to get my wurst on. The jalapeño wurst with everything is greatness. Sauerkraut, sautéed onion, spicy mustard & curry ketchup. They take credit cards too now!

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    • 12.
      9.3
      407 Colorado St (btw 4th & 5th)
      Hot Dogs$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Barrett P.

        Barrett P. • December 29, 2014There are lots of good food items here. Good tequila and local craft beers.

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    • 13.
      9.0
      114 W 7th St (at Colorado St)
      Steakhouse$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Kristina B.

        Kristina B. • March 12, 2013I had the Chef special side dish, which was the lobster Mac and cheese... absolutely delicious! Definitely try it if it's on the menu!

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    • 14.
      9.0
      1115 E 11th St
      Café$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Casey K.

        Casey K. • August 18, 2014The tartines are fantastic, and the presentation is gorgeous!

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    • 15.
      8.6
      307 E 5th St (5th between Trinity & San Jacinto)
      Russian$ $ $ $View Menu
      • minnie

        minnie • November 1, 2012Request a flight of infused vodkas. They have every flavor from smoky BBQ to apple cinnamon. Some nonalcoholic honey drink they made = nectar of the gods.

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    • 16.
      9.0
      1111 E 6th St (at Waller St)
      Pizza$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Jarred W.

        Jarred W. • November 24, 2012Great pizza. Large portions and long wait, so just be prepared and maybe split a pie with a friend.

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    • 17.
      8.7
      701 Congress Ave (at 7th St.)
      Steakhouse$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Kim

        Kim • March 13, 2013Fanciest (and hugest!) pork carnitas ever. Very delish + beautiful.

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    • 18.
      8.8
      817 W 5th St
      Food Truck$ $ $ $
      • Serious Eats

        Serious Eats • March 1, 2013Get the namesake sandwich, Lucky's Puccia. Layers of juicy slices of prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, stacks of spicy arugula, red ripe tomatoes, drizzled basil oil and spicy chipotle mayo.

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    • 19.
      9.2
      902 E. Cesar Chavez
      Food Truck$ $ $ $
      • Jeff W.

        Jeff W. • March 26, 2014Line up early to make sure you get the brisket. Also loved the turkey and potato salad. Free beer while you wait!

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    • 20.
      9.2
      200 Congress Ave (2nd Street)
      New American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Josh A.

        Josh A. • January 14Fantastic cocktails and small plates. Truffle fries and blistered shishito are awesome. Love this place.

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    • 21.
      9.1
      407 Lavaca St
      Cajun / Creole$ $ $ $
      • Andrew D.

        Andrew D. • May 11, 2011Shrimp po boy is awesome even better then the one I had in Louisiana the other day!!!

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    • 22.
      8.6
      120 E 7th St (Brazos)
      Sandwiches$ $ $ $
      • Nick M.

        Nick M. • October 29, 2013You really can't go wrong with anything but my favorite is the pork sandwich. Also their baked goods are amazing.

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    • 23.
      9.1
      1209 Rosewood Ave.
      Food Truck$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Austin Chronicle

        Austin Chronicle • June 18, 2013Chef Ray Tatum's porkalicious sliders and crackling meatloaf are sublime, as is his Asian fried chicken. Get a pairing suggestion from neighboring East End Wines and enjoy dining on the lovely patio.

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    • 24.
      9.0
      1409 Lavaca St (btw West 14th & 15th St.)
      American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Maegan H.

        Maegan H. • October 26, 2014Cheese nachos and potato salad is awesome! Surprisingly, wasn't a fan of their speciality chili..

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    • 25.
      9.2
      1309 Rosewood Ave
      Food Truck$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Mike F.

        Mike F. • March 9, 20142 (or 3!) meat plate with beans and jalapeño cheese grits as sides. Slaw and potatoes are meh.

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    • 26.
      8.9
      1209 E 11th St (Rosewood)
      Restaurant$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Lindsey

        Lindsey • March 7, 2012Mac n Cheese YUM! Thank You sandwich was amazing. Can't wait to come back for Afternoon Tea!

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    • 27.
      8.9
      500 W 6th St (San Antonio St.)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Katherine F.

        Katherine F. • August 30, 2010Had lunch here midweek. Low noise level, great turkey and gouda sandwich. Great place to have a lowkey lunch without waiting for a table.

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    • 28.
      8.6
      604 Brazos St (6th St)
      Breakfast$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Beth v.

        Beth v. • September 12, 2011Best chocolate cake I've ever had. Great location, service, and decor - and ghosts too!!

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    • 29.
      8.4
      701 Brazos St
      Middle Eastern$ $ $ $
      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 18, 2012Delicious food (lamb over rice!), open late, and a great price.

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    • 30.
      8.8
      400 Colorado St (at 4th St.)
      Seafood$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Tony D.

        Tony D. • May 18, 2014Excellent crab claws and oysters very fresh fish and had amazing service! The spicy halibut I would recommend or the miso glazed sea bass

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