Old school drive in burger joint that grills burgers over an open flame that taste how Burger King wishes it's burgers could taste. Huge variety of sides including fried okra and an excellent corn dog
The "mas" stands for the sheer abundance of other cheap Mexican food deliciousness available here. To give you a sense of things: Huevos Rancheros cost $4.25, which is the exact same price as the waspy soy latte I get at Starbucks.
Bringing the central Austin coffeehouse feel to the north side, Genuine Joe provides a warm, inviting atmosphere fit for working or lounging.
8301 Burnet Rd, Austin
This was my son's favorite dim sum, however, sadly it is no longer open as it closed in July. We were there on the last day of business (which was a Sunday) and it was a zoo and…
7301 Burnet Rd Ste 101, Austin
The key thing to remember is that the price is cheap; with that being said the food is overall good most of the time, but there are times when it just sucks.
My family has been…
2700 W Anderson Ln, Austin
When the original opened on Guadalupe near UT, many Austinites had never tried Thai before. There are now three locations of Madam Mam's, including the largest one on Anderson…
9003 Waterford Center #150, Austin
ive ben going there for the past 4 years never hand any raw meat always have ben professionaly done very good
3600 N Capital of Texas Hwy, Suite A-110, Austin
I love the location . Its not to far out ,Its not that hard to find . If you like to drink there is lots on the menu . They have what i wanted , plenty of food to choose from…
6601 Burnet Road, Suite 300, Austin
I moved out of state a couple years ago and I still find myself missing Elsi's on a Saturday morning! Their chilequiles with verde sauce and a fried egg on top is one of my…
Top Notch. Old school drive in burger joint that grills burgers over an open flame that taste how Burger King wishes it's burgers could taste. Huge variety of sides including fried okra and an excellent corn dog… read more
Top Notch. Filmmaker Richard Linklater moved to Austin in the 80s and has never left. The friendly and generous filmmaker continues to shoot the majority of films in the Capital City. Similar to his previous film Slacker, Dazed and Confused is a film about Austin and highlights many local landmarks including Top Notch. You might recognize this burger drive-in as showcasing Matthew McConaughey's glorious rat 'stache. Though the nerds claim that their jalapeno burger and fries are soggy, that is not the case today. Check out Top Notch if you want to relive the glory days of 1976 (and rat 'staches). … read more