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Austin's Best Hangover Eats, SXSW 2014

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Mi Madre's.
| Photo: Raymond Thompson/EATX

Breakfast tacos. Posole. Pho. Migas. Tots. Whether your tastes run toward 'cross the pond cures (Hopfields!) or something south of the border (Taco More!), here's an Eater sampling of Austin's finest hangover dishes. Those looking for further advice should also consult the Eater Austin Hangover Cure Bible.

This special SXSW 2014 update of the previous map features cure destinations far from the downtown crowds (Korea House) and some right smack in the middle of the action (Juiceland). Anyone who doesn't need this map already will surely need it soon.

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Pho Saigon

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Go ahead and balk at eating at the sole Austin outpost of this Houston pho spot. Go ahead. Then eat their classic pho. Then hush.

Taco More

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The menu's in Spanish. The crowd's loud and hungry. The posole is epic.

Korea House

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[Photo: Crystal K/Yelp]

Lucy's Fried Chicken

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Lucy's brunch features both chicken and waffles and hash tots. Their power combined will banish any hangover.

El Tacorrido

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Eater readers tell us that the east side El Tacorrido's menudo is the best bowl of tripe soup in town.

If you find yourself hungover on a weekday, Komé's steamy ramen (get the spicy miso if it's available) is what your body needs. Available during lunch only.

Biscuits + Groovy

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[Photo: Holly S/Yelp]

Hopfields

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For those looking for a more upscale settling of the stomach, Hopfields' full English breakfast is the way to go. Grab a pint and dig in.

Contigo Austin

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Don't miss Contigo's brunchtime beef tongue hash, made with russet potatoes,japanese scallions, farm egg and Hollandaise.

Mi Madre's Restaurant

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Breakfast tacos at Mi Madre's are an Austin hangover tradition. The restaurant also has a full bar for all hair-of-the-dog needs.

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Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden

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Get the Kitchen Sink which includes four different meats and eggs and grits, and then order a manmosa to start the whole cycle over again.

Nubian Queen Lola Cajun

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Soul food for your broken soul. Authentic cajun and a restaurant with a heart can't be beat.

Tamale House East

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Their breakfast tacos and a horchata coffee will seriously help alleviate your physical hangover, and sitting out on their sunny patio will do wonders for the spiritual hangover, too.

Cisco's Restaurant & Bakery€Ž

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One of Austin's most beloved greasy spoons, Cisco's offers an unrivaled migas plate.

Juan In A Million

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The gigante Don Juan taco is a "secret combination" of everything that will take away last night's bad decisions. Or at least dull them for a while.

JuiceLand

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Many, many of Juiceland East's customers arrive in search of hangover relief. Your bartender from the previous night will be in line behind you.

Magnolia Cafe South

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Sometimes it's important to stop problems before they start. Stop by Magnolia at 3am and eat all the drunken tacos you can take. Extra points if you do this during SXSW.

Vegan Nom Truck at The Buzzmill

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The comforts of a greasy taco breakfast, the health benefits of it all being made of vegetables. Now serving vegan brunch too.

Curra's Grill

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The huge enchiladas will soak up the previous night's mistakes, and the margaritas will tempt you into new ones.

El Borrego de Oro

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Pho Saigon

Go ahead and balk at eating at the sole Austin outpost of this Houston pho spot. Go ahead. Then eat their classic pho. Then hush.

Taco More

The menu's in Spanish. The crowd's loud and hungry. The posole is epic.

Korea House

[Photo: Crystal K/Yelp]

Lucy's Fried Chicken

Lucy's brunch features both chicken and waffles and hash tots. Their power combined will banish any hangover.

El Tacorrido

Eater readers tell us that the east side El Tacorrido's menudo is the best bowl of tripe soup in town.

Komé

If you find yourself hungover on a weekday, Komé's steamy ramen (get the spicy miso if it's available) is what your body needs. Available during lunch only.

Biscuits + Groovy

[Photo: Holly S/Yelp]

Hopfields

For those looking for a more upscale settling of the stomach, Hopfields' full English breakfast is the way to go. Grab a pint and dig in.

Contigo Austin

Don't miss Contigo's brunchtime beef tongue hash, made with russet potatoes,japanese scallions, farm egg and Hollandaise.

Mi Madre's Restaurant

Breakfast tacos at Mi Madre's are an Austin hangover tradition. The restaurant also has a full bar for all hair-of-the-dog needs.

Taco-Mex