Did you need one more reason to move to Texas? Here it is: the food.
You may already know that we’re known for unbeatable barbecue, chips and salsa, but did you know that our restaurants offer the same variety of International cuisine that you might find in cities like New York and Naples? It’s true. We even have renowned seafood restaurants.
To give proof to the claim, Austin, Texas was named #13 in Conde Nast Traveler’s 2014 List of America’s Best Food Cities.
Austin prides itself on being a bit quirky, and that extends to the culinary fare that put it on the list. The Conde Nast writer mentioned not only the chef-driven dining establishments, but the food trailers. In fact, two of the establishments mentioned are on wheels: East Side King and the breakfast taco establishment Veracruz All Natural.
Barbecue really is king in Texas, as evidenced by the fact that the queue outside Franklin Barbecue, renowned for its brisket and pulled pork, begins forming at 9 a.m.
Southern down-home cooking, mouth-watering barbecue, and a variety of Tex-Mex fare can be found all across Texas, so you don’t need to choose to locate in Austin to get good food.
But you might want to stop by and sample the wares in some of the eateries mentioned in this article.
18170 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX 75287