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Holy Roller

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509 Rio Grande St, Austin
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Whether you need a hair of the dog after Friday night, it’s day 11 of your friend’s birthday month, or you have the urge to drink vodka with breakfast, Holy Roller is the place for you. It’s an all-day spot downtown that manages to successfully combine biscuits with a punk rock theme. Round up a group, and get the trash fries (an Austin twist on poutine), the biscuit with Stiles Switch barbecue, and the fried chicken with hot-honey butter. If you can’t make it to brunch, it’s open until at least 8pm daily. Come after a night out for hangover food before there’s even a hangover.

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