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Odd Duck


1201 S Lamar Blvd, Austin
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One of the many 512 food trailer success stories, Odd Duck’s brick and mortar (occupying the same piece of property) is at the base of a generic apartment complex, but the restaurant has a lot personality on the inside, as it’s lined with jars of preserves and vintage decorations.

The food here is tasty and creative, with most ingredients locally-sourced. The brilliant thing is that the food changes all time—not a single dish is permanently on the menu—so what you had today likely won’t be on the menu next month. Come for a date, for drinks, or for lunch with mom for a chiller atmosphere.

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