27 "Serious Take-Out Operation" restaurants in Austin.
Dough Boys is a wood-fired Neapolitan pizza truck in Arbor Food Park in East Austin
The Backspace is the second location of the Neapolitan pizzeria - the original is downtown, this location is on West Anderson Lane.
Bodhi Viet is a food truck in North Austin serving classic Vietnamese dishes with 100% vegan ingredients.
Ramen 512, famous for their sold out popups, has found a permanent home, inside the new “cloud kitchen” Kitchen United Mix.
The best biscuits in Austin just got better with a new biscuit-based sandwich takeout spot.
Steamies sells frozen handmade Chinese dumplings in the Crescent shopping center in the Highland neighborhood.
Seoulju on North Lamar specializes in soju, classic and large-format Korean dishes, and KFC (Korean fried chicken).
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.
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.
Little Brother is a tiny spot on Rainey with just a few bar stools - head here for a cocktail or a coffee depending on the time of day.
Top Notch is an old-school place in Crestview where you’ll head for burgers and a large serving of both tater tots and nostalgia.
Rudy’s serves barbecue in a large space with plenty of seating at picnic tables.
Hopdoddy has a long menu of burgers and fries and has locations all over Austin, but their Triangle location is a little quieter.
Home Slice’s newer location in the North Loop has the same menu of great pizza as the others, but also an outdoor kids play area.