Austin >Food & Dining > Mighty Fine
10515 N Mopac Ste 205, Austin, TX | Directions 7875930.412829 -97.709570
Sun-Thurs 10:30am-9pm; Fir-Sat 10:30am-10pm
Neighborhoods: Aqc Commercial Subdivision
Awesome Burger – Ranked #37 best burger in Texas by Texas Monthly. We tried this place, and have gone back several times! It is always packed, but the lines move very fast because of the well trained staff taking orders. Atmosphere is similar to Rudy's but with a ballpark type twist.
The burger itself was excellent. Natural hand pressed patties are seasoned to perfection, and the bun comes out of a machine made to butter and toast both the top and bottom bun! Their ingredients such as the Idaho potatoes, lettuce, pickles, tomatoes were all high quality.
Not the best burger in Austin (Counter Cafe burger was one of the best I've ever had), but MF's fast service, atmosphere and excellent quality burger, fries, and shakes make this place a must-try!
The best burgers evey! – This is the best burger place I have ever eatten. I use to think fudruckers was good, until this place. There fries are amazing unlike no other I have ever had. I would reccommend this place to everyone who loves bugers. The price is worth it!
Easily the best hamburgers I have ever eatten – they have perfected the burger, fry, and the milk shake. Is that a possible feat for one restaurant? at mighty fine...YES!!! I really cant get enough of this place
Good burgers for too much money – I read a story on this place when it was opening. They were touting how much they spent on a fry machine that made the best crinkle fries. I went a few months later. The burger was good, but not great and the fries were such a small order and were good, but not great. I paid around 10 bucks for a regular burger, fries and drink. Thought it was good, but not worth the price. Probably will never go back.
Delish! – I don't eat burger at all. Because no matter where i eat them they kinda of smell weird to me.
Mighty fine change it all! After my friend told me its the best...i went it there. Its simple, clean n too good.
The milkshake was not that great though n fries are descent but the burger is worth the trip!
Mighty Fine Burgers – Pretty good burger. The meat was a good amount with the veggies being relatively fresh. The fries were thin krinkle cut fries and were also good. We also had a strawberry shake which used Blue Bell Ice Cream. BTW, the men's bathroom has one-way mirrors that you can see into the dining area. All in all, we would go back but definitely not the best burger joint we've been to.
Best Burger in Town! – The burgers are great! They can be a little pricey.. but its worth it! The burgers are huge! Excellent atmosphere!
Not Waterloo or Huts and not a place to watch a UT game..... – For $11.62 I'd have thought I would have gotten more. Yeah the place is clean, but that doesn't mean taste equates. For my $11.62 I got a 1/2 pound burger (half the burger was seasoned the other half wasn't - guess they missed with the seasoned salt), cheese, jalapenos, bacon, lettuce and tomato. I had a choice of mayo, catchup and mustard. I chose the catchup and mustard. Fries were served Waterloo Ice House style but are more like string fries. and a drink. When I got there at 10:45 AM on Thursday the 4th, the place wasn't busy. You could tell that Rudy's owned the place by all the yelling going on. Service wasn't that fast and some of the staff sitting at the tables seemed to be having fun banging on the tables more than helping customers.
This place isn't Waterloo or Huts or any other of the Austin local burger places. I won't make them a regular when I can drive a little further and get better burgers and fries. Probably a good idea to only have this location. Also not a place you'd want to go and watch a UT game either.
Great hamburgers and shakes! – This place is great!! The line can get long, however it is pretty quick. The shakes are amazing and the burgers are probably my favorite yet (very competitive with In and Out). The prices aren't bad either!
The daily lunch crush attests for the fresh-made quality at this casual Arbor Walk burger joint. – In Short
From the same folks who brought Austin the Rudy's franchise, you can expect a similar family-friendly casual atmosphere at Mighty Fine. If you're used to the ordering at Rudy's, the iced tubs of bottled drinks and order at the counter system will seem familiar, as will the communal tables and display condiments. The menu focuses on a handful of items made fresh daily, including crinkle-cut fries, Blue Bell milkshakes and 100 percent natural beef burgers (which you can watch them grind and turn into patties in the display kitchen). Choose your veggie toppings from onions, tomatoes, pickles and lettuce and "red, yeller or white" condiments (that's burger talk for ketchup, mustard and mayo). The open-faced chopped chili dogs are also popular.
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