An old South Austin establishment that may embody "Keep Austin Weird" better than just about anyone else. It's one of the weirdest looking sh*tstorms of a structure you’ll see in town, and is also home to Austin's shrine to tacos, the Taco Goddess statue. Try starting your day with a pair of their chorizo, egg, cheese, and cactus tacos.
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