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Austin's Best Bets for Migas, According to Eater Readers

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Joe's Bakery.
| Photo: Raymond Thompson/EATX

Migas are Austin's hangover cure of choice, and city boasts a number of variations on the Tex Mex classic. The egg and tortilla dish can be made only with cheese or packed with tomatoes, jalapeños, and onions, served up as its own plate or wrapped in a tortilla.

Last week, readers shared some of their to picks for migas tacos and plates, and mourned migas past at Las Manitas. See a favorite migas missing on the map below? Hit the comments or the tipline.

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Cisco's Restaurant & Bakery€Ž

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Reader Jeff A. notes " Cisco's loads theirs up with so much delicious, salty cheese, they're impossible not to love."

Veracruz All Natural

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This growing group of taco trailers is the reigning king of new-school migas, though they serve 'em on a taco. Perhaps their new restaurant will offer a migas plate, too.

Maria's Taco Xpress

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Reader CMitchy says, " I can eat those migas morning, noon, and night."

Joe's Bakery & Coffee Shop

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Joe's eschews the cheese but includes all the veggies and tortilla goodness.

Tamale House East

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Nothing can ever replace the migas at Tamale House, but Tamale House East's are made with the same recipe, including the tasty tasty queso.

Mi Madre's Restaurant

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Mi Madre's serves up a generous and delicious plate of migas, perfect for curing even the most evil of hangovers.

El Primo Taco Truck

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Another great bet for the migas taco, El Primo lets folks add in other meats and toppings as well.

Habanero Mexican Cafe

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Habanero is another Tex Mex favorite of South Austin, and one reader hit the tipline to sing the praises of their chori-migas.

Cisco's Restaurant & Bakery€Ž

Reader Jeff A. notes " Cisco's loads theirs up with so much delicious, salty cheese, they're impossible not to love."

Veracruz All Natural

This growing group of taco trailers is the reigning king of new-school migas, though they serve 'em on a taco. Perhaps their new restaurant will offer a migas plate, too.

Maria's Taco Xpress

Reader CMitchy says, " I can eat those migas morning, noon, and night."

Joe's Bakery & Coffee Shop

Joe's eschews the cheese but includes all the veggies and tortilla goodness.

Tamale House East

Nothing can ever replace the migas at Tamale House, but Tamale House East's are made with the same recipe, including the tasty tasty queso.

Mi Madre's Restaurant

Mi Madre's serves up a generous and delicious plate of migas, perfect for curing even the most evil of hangovers.

El Primo Taco Truck

Another great bet for the migas taco, El Primo lets folks add in other meats and toppings as well.

Habanero Mexican Cafe

Habanero is another Tex Mex favorite of South Austin, and one reader hit the tipline to sing the praises of their chori-migas.

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