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The city has been declared the current culinary boomtown as talented chefs from all over the country are opening new restaurants here
The city (and nearby San Marcos) is something of a brisket fiend’s Mecca
At Jeffrey’s, order a martini made tableside before your food arrives
The city is rich with tortillas, filled with tender meats, savory beans and melted cheese
In Austin, fast food doesn’t only mean greasy bites that leave you feeling sluggish
From perfectly cooked eggs to crispy waffles (and lots and lots of coffee)
There are no fussy plates at Cafe Java, but you will be surprised by the staff’s creative twists on traditional diner items
Head to Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden to devour the corned brisket hash with a side of live music
They’re sourcing the best beans from boutique roasters across the country (and the world)
From bustling Mexican panederias to cinnamon buns the size of your face
Whether you crave savory fall flavors like pumpkin and sweet potato or comforting classics like coconut cream
Some of the city’s most unexpectedly authentic Italian cuisine comes from a little trailer in the backyard of the Vortex Theatre
These guys serve authentic elotes, migas and mole alongside great cocktails, beer and tequila
At the top of out list: Asiana Indian Cuisine, serving tikka masala and lamb korma
Although the local Korean scene is small, it's certainly mighty
Dig into specialties like mapo tofu, mala chicken and crispy pig ears
Including a seemingly Austin-like food truck that serves food straight out of Bangkok
We're no longer solely a cheesesteak-and-pretzel town.
Don't forget that agriculture is the second largest local industry.
Local chefs are enjoying the access to new flavors and ingredients.
Many Floridian eateries boast farm-to-table, organic and sustainable practices. And we’re here for it.