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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Pollos Las Abuelas
Great Texas and Mexican-influenced fried chicken sandwiches out of a South Austin food truck.
Two Hands is an Australian-themed brunch-focused cafe based out of New York City with a location on South Congress.
Jamie’s Barbecue & Mini Tacos
Jamie’s Barbecue And Mini Tacos is a trailer in a dusty lot in South Austin, and as the name implies, they do in fact make mini tacos and barbecue.
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Super Burrito sells California-style, carne asada burritos out of a food truck downtown.
Whole Foods Market
The Whole Foods flagship store is still one of the most dependable places to pick up lunch in the entire city.
Granny’s Tacos serves excellent tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and more out of a food trailer in East Austin.
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Tacodeli is home to the best breakfast tacos in town, and therefore the best breakfast tacos in the world.
Trancas is easily churning out some of the best tacos in town from its Cesar Chavez truck. Get there before it's no longer under the radar.
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