ChinatownChinese • Rollingwood, United States
Dim sum brunch.
The dipping ramen is redonkulicious. And don't you sleep on that tapioca strawberry dessert, either.
Go first thing in the morning to avoid the tourist lines. Mid-morning can have a bit of a wait.
They will put mayonnaise on your sandwich. So hopefully you like mayonnaise.
Get the steak on weekend nights. Great place run by great folks.
The grits (Shrimp & Grits) are the creamiest and most decadent I've maybe ever had. The chorizo and goat cheese stuffed fried jalapeños are actually spicy, which is a good thing. Really good spot.
In my top 3 pizza places in Austin. It's got that nice almost-burnt crust and excellent fresh toppings. If you're starving, get one all for yourself, since they're not huge.
Ever want to time travel to the future? IKEA is your time machine. You go in and walk around for a few minutes, and when you leave, it's several hours later.
Neither Lake nor Limestone. Actually, it is a lake, but it seems to be missing the limestone.
Eggplant parmigiana from Luigi's is one of the few dishes my wife craved while pregnant. Such a great, classic old Midland spot. This might be naive to say, but I hope it stays the same forever.
Don't plan on being able to sing more than one song. Pick your one song wisely.
Dear Iowans, Do better in the 2016 Caucuses, please. Sincerely, America
Some of the best views in Austin. The rail bridge always has funky street art graffiti worth photographing that gets removed once or twice a year.
If you have a baby here, they bring you steak and lobster the next day. We had a really fantastic experience with our firstborn son. Spacious rooms. The baby doesn't get whisked away elsewhere. Nice.