If you're looking for a fancier meal, head to the east side to Justine's. If the ambiance and french food isn't enough to impress you, order the steak tartar.
If you like ice cream, you have no other choice but to try Amy's. The Mexican Vanilla is made with orchid and you can even get a pint to go at the airport (vacuum packed for your flight). Genius.
East Side King food truck at Liberty Bar serves up some of the best Asian fusion you can order from a trailer. Pork belly on steamed buns and fried Brussels sprouts? Yes, please.
There's a reason Franklin's BBQ is the best in Austin and the nation according to Bon Apetit magazine. Get there by 10:15am to wait in the (likely) long line for a whole new kind of brisket.
On top of already being a music venue and BBQ pusher, Stubb's Gospel Brunch is a must-see. Delicious southern comfort music and a live gospel band makes for a perfect Sunday.
OK, we are only telling you this secret one because we love you. La Barbecue food truck on South First is the best out there - brisket and ribs that will change your life coming from the Mueller family. You're welcome.
Long-time Austin classic, Fonda San Miguel specializes has the best interior Mexican food. has been in Austin for over 25 years. The ceviche is a must-try, as are the amazing mojitos.
Hopdoddy knows how to satisfy a burger lover. The buns are made daily from scratch, the patties are cooked to order, and the (perfectly seasoned) french fries are much more than just a sidekick.
Lamberts offers upscale barbecue on the beautiful 2nd Street block. Sides are essential including the mac and cheese and fried green tomatoes.
The South Congress Cafe does brunch right every day of the week. Between their carrot cake french toast and their smoked brisket hash (in that order), you'll satisfy all of your cravings.