Restaurants in Upper Boggy Creek, TX


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Hoover's Cooking

Hoover's Cooking

Austin, TX

Hoover's is the king of solid southern cooking! A frequent go-to for Chicken fried steak, okra and garlic cheddar grits!

Vivo

Vivo

Austin, TX

The patio is excellent in the Fall and appetizers are half off from 3-6! Try the red wine margarita!

El Chilito

El Chilito

Austin, TX

When a breakfast taco just isn't enough to absorb last night's fun, order one of El Chilito's breakfast burritos instead. I recommend the Migas Burrito, which is exactly the version you'd find on a plate (chip strips, tomato, onion, serranos, eggs, generous cheese), wrapped up in a tortilla so large it could double as a wrap skirt.

Salty Sow

Salty Sow

Austin, TX

East side pig themed gastropub with excellent bone in filet mignon, triple fried duck fat fries, & banana fosters beignets

Top Restaurants in Upper Boggy Creek, TX



Restaurants in Upper Boggy Creek, TX
El Chilito

El Chilito

2219 Manor Rd, Austin


When a breakfast taco just isn't enough to absorb last night's fun, order one of El Chilito's breakfast burritos instead. I recommend the Migas Burrito, which is exactly the…
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El Chile Cafe y Cantina

El Chile Cafe y Cantina

1809 Manor Rd, Austin


El Chile has to be one of our favorite neighborhood Tex Mex spots. The margaritas are spot on, and the salsa and tres leches cake are supreme. Also great for takeout! I always get…
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Subway

Subway

3909 N I H 35 Ste B1, Austin


In ShortSubway's health-conscious menu is built around greaseless deli sandwiches--turkey, chicken, roast beef, etc.--made on soft rolls baked daily in-house. Customers pick white,…
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Little Caesar's Pizza

Little Caesar's Pizza

3909 N I H 35, Austin


In ShortWith locations across the country, this mostly carryout pizza purveyor started in Michigan in 1959, thanks to an injured shortstop from the Detroit Tigers farm team. Known…
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Taco Bell

Taco Bell

1923 Airport Blvd, Austin


In ShortA pink and blue color scheme, white tile floors and hacienda-like arched windows combine for a subtle Southwestern motif at this fast-food chain. Founded in Southern…
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The Red House

The Red House

1917 Manor Rd, Austin


This is my new favorite spot for lunch & pizza take out. I got a really tasty Greek salad. My friend & I got the large pepperoni pizza & split the Greek salad. We at 2 pieces…
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Eastside Cafe

Eastside Cafe

2113 Manor Rd, Austin


Long before seasonal food and on-site gardens became fashionable, this humble little restaurant was serving traditional food with flawless integrity. An Austin classic.
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Vivo

Vivo

2015 Manor Rd, Austin


The patio is excellent in the Fall and appetizers are half off from 3-6! Try the red wine margarita!
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Hoover's Cooking

Hoover's Cooking

2002 Manor Rd, Austin


Hoover's is the king of solid southern cooking! A frequent go-to for Chicken fried steak, okra and garlic cheddar grits!
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Star Seeds Restaurant

Star Seeds Restaurant

3101 N Ih 35, Austin


Star Seeds was forever known as "that place" you went to after the bars closed, but recently their menu has stepped up (and luckily their prices haven't). Yes, you can get your…
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Eastside Cafe. Long before seasonal food and on-site gardens became fashionable, this humble little restaurant was serving traditional food with flawless integrity. An Austin classic.… read more


Star Seeds Restaurant. Star Seeds was forever known as "that place" you went to after the bars closed, but recently their menu has stepped up (and luckily their prices haven't). Yes, you can get your typical greasy spoon fare, but if you're looking for a delicious salad with apples, pecans and apple cider vinaigrette or a vegetarian meatball sub before or after hours, this is the spot. She may not be as organic as her late-night equivalents (Magnolia Cafe and Kerbey Lane) and she may be a little sticky, but she does the trick (no sexual double entendre implied). … read more