Eater’s Best Texas Restaurant Guide Features Seven Austin Spots

eater turned his attention to Texas for his next regional guide, and it’s just over. Eaters roving restaurant critic Bill Addison compiled the list of 38 top restaurants in the state of Lone Star, including seven locations in Austin.

Austin’s selection includes the terrace With you, grain-obsessed Emmer & Rye, award-winning Franklin barbecue, Japanese Texas Izakaya Kemuri Tatsu-ya, New American Funny duck, legendary Tex-Mex spot Tamale House Eastand taco queens from Veracruz all natural. Also included was Pitmaster Tootsie Tomanetz’s barbecue area Snow BBQ out in Lexington.

“In our choices, we tried to portray as many aspects of Austin food as possible,” Addison told Eater. “I wrote the least thing in Austin because it’s the most media-loved place in Texas (America?), And I wanted to make sure other cities got their fault.” Houston has ten restaurants, Dallas five, Fort Worth two and San Antonio five.

Addison values ​​Austin’s role in Texas: “Austin knows the unique space it occupies in the country’s food ecology: it’s deeply dedicated to its Texan roots, but also miraculously supports crazy, wonderful ideas that work, with Kemuri Tatsu-ya Example A is. “

The rest of the Texas guide includes Addison’s inside look at the state of the food, an in-depth look at Tex-Mex, and suggested hotels and things to do across the area, including Austin.

1707 East 6th Street, TX 78702
(512) 495-9504

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