The NYTimes recommends: "“platillos” of oven-roasted panela cheese with guajillo chiles ($7) will melt in your mouth, while the camarones a la diabla ($13), bites back" Read more.
At Salt Lick, enjoy slow-smoked meat to your hearts content. This restaurant offers a family-style meal with never-ending ribs, brisket, sausages and more. Seen on Food Paradise: Manliest Restaurants. Read more.
It's almost a cliche to recommend Torchy's in Austin, but the local chain has earned that recognition with creative combinations that stand out in a city full of tacos. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Made our South's Best List! Try the delicious spicy-sweet tomato-based sauce for slathering on brisket and pork ribs. Read more.
Two words: Salsa. Doña. The tacos themselves have earned their reputation, but it's this verde sauce that is really why we keep coming back. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Stats: >20 taps, serving $2 Pearl Light to Belgian man's Chimay, a menu of specialty sake bombs, pre-video games like skeeball and shuffleboard, & stand-ups like Donkey Kong & Mortal Combat. Nuff Said Read more.