Evangeline Cafe has a great menu of Cajun classics, from gator bites and gumbo, to jambalaya. We really like the po-boys here. They have most of the standard offerings - roast beef, shrimp, crawfish, catfish, oyster - as well as a few with less-common toppings, like cheddar and bacon. There’s also live music on most nights, making it the perfect spot to sit back with a cold Abita and feel just a little closer to Louisiana.
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Cafe Nena’i is a small, mother-and-daughter owned Latin American bakery and cafe near Riverside and Montopolis where nothing on the menu is over $5.
Brooklyn Breakfast Shop
Brooklyn Breakfast Shop is a trailer in the Thicket Food Park in South Austin with a variety of breakfast-leaning sandwiches and a fried chicken sandw
Whip In Convenience Store & Pub
When you want to switch up your going-out routine, head to Whip In. The Indian restaurant/music venue/brew pub is always a good time.
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Huckleberry is a trailer parked outside of Circle Brewing Company. Their menu highlights ingredients from local farms and the Gulf Coast.
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