31 "Quick Eats" restaurants in Austin.
Bummer Burrito is a trailer on Rainey Street from the Better Half people. They serve burritos with Fritos and jalapeno poppers in them.
The new trailer La Tunita 512 in South Austin is one of the only places serving bright-red beef birria, a style of taco originally from Tijuana.
This dive bar on Dirty 6th has one of our favorite burgers in the city.
Dirty Martin’s on campus has been open for over 90 years, and serves incredible burgers with thin patties (get the double) in an old-school space.
One of the oldest burger spots in Austin, Sandy’s Barton Springs location has a drive-thru, a walk-up window, and some really solid, cheap burgers.
Vaquero Taquero by campus serves great al pastor and breakfast tacos to UT students who don’t know how good they have it.
A casual, quick sushi spot on the East Side with great handrolls and a 45-minute omakase Friday and Saturday nights.
TLV is an Israeli street food spot in Fareground Market from the team behind one of our favorite restaurants, Emmer and Rye.
Discada on the east side only serves one type of taco, but that’s because they’ve perfected it.
Tommy Want Wingy is both a Tommy Boy reference and a food truck at Lustre Pearl on Rainey Street serving lollipop wings with nine different sauces.
More Home Slice is the restaurant’s takeout window on South Congress, and is open until 3am Fridays and Saturdays.
There are many places to get great tacos in Austin, and Torchy’s Tacos is one of them.
Hopdoddy has a long menu of burgers and fries and has locations all over Austin, but their Triangle location is a little quieter.
Happy Lobster is a food truck on Rainey Street that serves a variety of lobster rolls and fish tacos, all of which are best enjoyed post-bar hopping.