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Salt Lick BBQ - Driftwood

Salt Lick BBQ - Driftwood 18300 FM 1826, Driftwood, TX 78619, Phone +1(0) 512 858 4959.
Come see us where it all began in the midst of rolling hills, abundant wildlife, century-old oak trees and native wildflowers. Experience Salt Lick history as you enter the restaurant by our open pit where we have smoked our meats since 1967. After a short scenic drive from Austin, you will enjoy our legendary mouthwatering barbecue in the beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Food is amazing and plentyful. Would recommend this place to anyone who loves the BBQ and Meat. Cash Only (ATM available) & B.Y.O.B.

Shoal Creek Saloon

Shoal Creek Saloon - 909 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78703, +1 (0) 512 474-0805.
Shoal Creek Saloon sits on the bank of Austin’s infamous Shoal Creek. Owned by Ray Canfield for over 23 years, the Saloon has a long history of being the favored watering hole of politicos, lobbyists, Austin’s “Weird” and sports fans of all persuasions.
The Louisiana Cuisine is complimented by the likes of scrumptious Rib Eye Steaks, the biggest Smoked Pork Chop in Texas, and the extra spicy Reynaldo Burger.
Known as the Austin Home of “New Orleans Saints Fans” there are 31 colored TV’s, and a full length shuffleboard table you can play for free.
So come and sit Creekside on the best covered, outdoor patio in town and enjoy a truly “Austintacious Dining Experience!”

Crown And Anchour Pub

Crown & Anchor Pub - 2911 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, Texas 78705, +1 (0) 512 322 9168.
Since opening in 1987, Crown and Anchor Pub has been a favorite neighborhood spot of the Hyde Park/University Area. We are open every day of the week, 365 days a year, from 11am to 2am highlighted by a Happy Hour from 2-7pm on all draft beer. Our diverse selection includes over 30 taps and 100 bottles/cans, as well as a great range of ciders and wine. If you are in the mood for food, our award winning menu features our legendary burgers, cheese fries, nachos and much more.

Texas Chilli Parlour

Texas Chilli Parlour 1409 Lavaca St, Austin, TX 78701, +1 (0) 512 472 2828.
This is one of the iconic places to eat in Austin and when the Senate and house are in session is know to have some bigwig patrons. The menu is quite extensive and as I wasn't sure what to get, went with the chilli sampler. I tried the classic mild no beans chilli which was a tad bland, the white chilli is excellent and can be with extra sour cream due to the heat and the black bean, beef and sausage chili which was phenomenally good. Others tried the chili mac which they enjoyed. We also shared the queso and chips which we devoured. It was a great meal and reasonable priced.

Rudys Country Store and BBQ

Rudys Country Store and BBQ 11570 Research Blvd, Austin, TX 78759, +1 (0) 512 418 9898.
The two meats that you MUST get are their ribs and their extra moist brisket. The ribs were so tender they fell off the bone when I pick them up. The extra moist brisket is by far the best brisket I've had at ANY barbecue restaurant. They use a mustard base potato salad which is what I prefer over mayonnaise. Unlike Salt Lick, Rudy's accepts credit cards/debt cards; so no problems there. Many people almost exclusively go here for their creamed corn, so I would also recommend trying that if you enjoy creamed corn. Rudy's offers a lot of seating and the line moves quickly for you to get your food. Highly recommended.
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